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 No.1[Reply]

Welcome to Sapphic Dreams where we discuss all things sapphic. Art, literature, music, the moving image and everything else. Speak your mind.

RULES

The Global Rule applies

No pornography

Pedos & pedo apologists fuck off

Spammers will be banned

Stay relatively within the board theme

Don't be a dickhead

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 No.1252

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>>1238

>I’m a bit of a ruffian and a scoundrel myself actually.




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 No.7[Reply]

Everything from HookTube/YouTube embeds to WebMs & mp4 and everything else music related – not necessarily sapphic in nature, though that is a big plus.

Listening to t.A.T.u. is a guilty pleasure of mine – there are quite a few witch house remixes of their songs worth checking out too. The music video to All The Things She Said is probably the most famous lesbian-themed music video of all time.

inb4 Tegan and Sara

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 No.1226

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>>1224

Nevermind, used Firefox and it worked. Cheers.


 No.1227

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>>1226

Firefox? Tsk, tsk. Pale Moon is where it’s at!

>>1225

>That's funny, when I was listening to it I was thinking how the first track reminded me of Plague by Crystal Castles.

That was such a great track. I remember waiting for that album, and after hearing Plague I was kinda hyped.

>For real just played around on a free program MediBang Paint Pro

Holy moly! You made that? You and that other BO are constantly making high quality OC.


 No.1228

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>>1227

>Pale Moon is where it’s at!

I am such a normalfag I use Chrome. Should I give Pale Moon a shot?

>Holy moly! You made that?

y..yes

>high quality

Lol, the magic is in the programs

you did put a smile on my dial tho


 No.1243

Invidious embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>1228

>I am such a normalfag I use Chrome.

Oh lawd! This is worse than I thought. Next thing you’ll be telling me you use social media as well.

I’ve been using Pale Moon for a few years now (and that other BO has as well), ever since Firefox decided to turn to the Dark Side by tackling fake news and working with Soros.

Firefox Now Engages in Propaganda and Censorship; Make the Switch Today!: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PK4h-l1PLGM

>Lol, the magic is in the programs

A bad great workman blames praises his tools.


 No.1254

Invidious embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Here is one for BO: The Kids with Forelska i lærer’n (In love with the teacher)

The English cover version by Ralph Myerz and the Jack Herren Band was featured in GTA IV: https://www.invidio.us/watch?v=eaNpHNAKD10




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 No.6[Reply]

Here are some of the films, TV shows & webseries discussed so far, in the WebM threads over at /tv/:

Dracula’s Daughter (1936) – probably the first film to hint at the lesbian vampire trope. A surprisingly good sequel to Universal’s original ‘Dracula’ film in its own right.

The Vampire Lovers (1970) – Hammer’s adaptation of the ‘Carmilla’ novel by J. Sheridan Le Fanu. Arguably the best adaptation of the story, & with some very good performances, especially from Ingrid Pitt as Marcilla/Carmilla. Stars Ingrid Pitt, Madeline Smith & Hammer regular Peter Cushing. Highly recommended; this may just be the best lesbian vampire film out there. Shout! Factory’s Blu-ray release features an audio commentary track with director Roy Ward Baker, (screen) writer Tudor Gates & actress Ingrid Pitt, excerpts from the story read by Ingrid Pitt, and interviews with Madeline Smith and Hammer scholars.

Lust For a Vampire (1971) – The sequel to ‘The Vampire Lovers’, though it disregards continuity somewhat and all main characters are recast. The very interesting audio commentary with Hammer historian Marcus Hearn, director Jimmy Sangster & actress Suzanna Leigh is worth listening to as well. Honourable(?) mention goes to ‘Twins of Evil’ (1971), which is the third and final instalment of Hammer’s ‘Karnstein Trilogy’, though the character of Carmilla is hardly in it at all, and there is nothing sapphic about it all. Worth a watch if you want to see the ever-awesome Cushing as a witch-hunter, and some beautiful twins in various state of undress.

Fucking Åmål aka Show Me Love (1998) – A Swedish award-winning drama directed by Lukas Moodyson that ‘follows the lives of two seemingly disparate teenage girls who begin a tentative relationship’. Captures the feeling of growing up in a small-town in Scandinavia in the late ’90s and the love-troubles of the characters brilliantly and beautifully.

But I’m a Cheerleader (1999) – a satirical romantic comedy that pokes fun of ‘conversion therapy’/’pray the gay away’ camps. Stars Natasha Lyonne, Clea DuVall & Cathy Moriarty.

D.E.B.S. (2003) – ‘Made in 2003 right in the middle Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.1186

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>>1181

I had a theory that maybe Ted had an affair with Miriam in the past, and when he knew or suspected she had another lover he went ahead and killed them both. That could explain why Miriam hides from view and doesn’t show up. Maybe he didn’t get a good enough view of Fran when he shot them? But… then Miriam shows up later with Fran and their newest victim, Rupert, and Ted doesn’t give any indication he knows or recognises Miriam at all. So that blows a massive hole in that theory.

>What does Miriam mean by I'll always knew we'd find each other and the sign on Harriet's head?

If your theory that Harriet is the killer is true, it could be a way to intimidate her. A Judas kiss would have been better tbh…

Harriet goes to explore the house later on, and even ventures down to the basement in search of answers – there she finds Fran sleeping(?) on a sofa; Miriam is curled up in a corner, wakes up and manages to get away unseen. Harriet also doesn’t see that there are at least two long-dead bodies down there – Fran & Miriam’s past victims I assume.

Just more questions, no real answers.

Also, watches stopping at the house might be to indicate that time stops or doesn’t behave as natural there? – an indicator that time stops or doesn’t behave as natural?

>Worth adding to the list?

I’m up for it! It looks like it has a 3,5 score out of 10 at IMDb though, so brace for impact.

That playlist looks great. In that order?

>Also thinking of creating a Hammer/horrorish playlist for the Hammer thread. Or too much?

Go for it! I think I have five Hammer horror films left, but I am up for revisiting some of the other ones, especially if you haven’t seen them.

>Britpol.webm

I did smile at that scene. Pretty sure that I’m kinda tempted to find a copy of that novelPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.1196

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>>1186

>when you swap the characters names around

Sorry, it's been so long since I watched it I confused their names.

>Also, watches stopping at the house might be to indicate that time stops or doesn’t behave as natural there? – an indicator that time stops or doesn’t behave as natural?

This would match the idea of Ted being in some kind of time-loop maybe. Or just something to create a more eerie supernatural indicator.

There was also the wine comment. Something about it being from the Carpathian mountains or in that region, indicating a tie to Dracula (or vampire mythology of that area).

>That playlist looks great.

Awesome

>In that order?

Sure

>Go for it! I think I have five Hammer horror films left, but I am up for revisiting some of the other ones, especially if you haven’t seen them.

I really haven't seen too many Hammer horrors that I can think of so it will be good to try and make my way through some.

>Pretty sure that I’m kinda tempted to find a copy of that novelization now

Any luck finding a copy?


 No.1201

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>>1196

>There was also the wine comment. Something about it being from the Carpathian mountains or in that region, indicating a tie to Dracula (or vampire mythology of that area).

Yeah, that final guy we see them pick up and bring back to the house, I think he is credited as Playboy in the end credits, tries to pinpoint the wine district simply by tasting it, only for Fran to reveal it is from the Carpathian Mountains. And in the Universal Dracula film, the Count reveals that he never drink… wine. I think he ate and drank in the novel, right?

>I really haven't seen too many Hammer horrors that I can think of so it will be good to try and make my way through some.

Well, I never! Here I was under the impression you were a Hammer horror scholar! smh

>Any luck finding a copy?

I did find one copy for sale at Amazon, a used one at $648.23

https://www.amazon.com/Vampyres-by-Tim-Greaves-2001-10-04/dp/B01FEL8HM2/ref=sr_1_1

>Twister.webm

Looking at it again it comes off as a bit unintentionally(?) funny; they are having sex on his semiconscious naked body, and he is too out of it to register what is going on. Also, if I am not mistaken this is before he has ‘formally’ met Miranda, so he has no idea who this second chick is, or why they are having sex on top of him.


 No.1215

File: 0651fa9a27ce9a6⋯.webm (11.66 MB, 800x416, 25:13, Vampyres - Shower scene.webm)

>>1201

>And in the Universal Dracula film, the Count reveals that he never drink… wine. I think he ate and drank in the novel, right?

Another book I need to read again. From memory Dracula prepared Harker's meals and never ate with him. Can't remember if it's mentioned later on whether he eats or drinks (blood notwithstanding) or not.

>Well, I never! Here I was under the impression you were a Hammer horror scholar! smh

Well compared to your average viewer I've watched a few! But compared to you I can't even compete.

>I did find one copy for sale at Amazon, a used one at $648.23

What the heck? I think Amazon et al is used by money launderers.

>Looking at it again it comes off as a bit unintentionally(?) funny;

I found myself laughing at all of the sex scenes in this. So awkward or something.

still more passionate than Disobedience

>so he has no idea who this second chick is, or why they are having sex on top of him

I guess he's in a feverish state kek.


 No.1253

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Housewife is finally here!

And, a new 4 hour docu on Sleepaway Camp is being made!

[Exclusive] Official 'Sleepaway Camp' Documentary 'Angela' is in the Works, Exec Produced By Felissa Rose - Bloody Disgusting: https://bloody-disgusting.com/movie/3533725/exclusive-official-sleepaway-camp-documentary-angela-works-exec-produced-felissa-rose/

When I rewatched the Housewife trailers earlier I saw a thumbnail of the Sleepaway Camp ending in the recommended list, it was a WatchMojo video on the best endings in horror film.




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 No.147[Reply]

A thread for cute pictures (including gifs!) of girls liking girls.

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 No.1051

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Two more* from Alec Dawson

*the first one is basically the same shot as >>1045 but with less neon. smh.


 No.1052

File: f50918eb6fc9063⋯.gif (1.82 MB, 500x231, 500:231, original.gif)

>>1051

The first shot is fantastic thanks to the lighting and crop. These two look like behind the scenes shots.


 No.1184

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 No.1248

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Room in Rome anyone?




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 No.888[Reply]

A thread dedicated to everything Hammer related – the films, the actors, directors, Hammer Glamour Girls, &c., &c.

YT videos:

Hammer Films Radio Documentary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDkS9Sj3Aho

Legend of Hammer (Part 1): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=abGGibw4l6g

Legend of Hammer (Part 2): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kOgujkRFHhA

Legend of Hammer (Part 3): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bICC1qfaslU

FrankensteinThe Curse of Frankenstein (1957), The Revenge of Frankenstein (1958), The Evil of Frankenstein (1964), Frankenstein Created Woman (1967), Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed (1969), The Horror of Frankenstein (1970) & Frankenstein and the Monster From Hell (1974). IMHO the only weak links in the series are The Evil of Frankenstein & Frankenstein Created Woman. While The Horror of Frankenstein is often considered a letdown, due to the lack of Cushing as the baron, and the very dark comedic tone, it is a really enjoyable film, and one of the underappreciated Hammer films.

DraculaDracula aka Horror of Dracula (1958), The Brides of Dracula (1960), Dracula: Prince of Darkness (1966), Dracula Has Risen from the Grave (1968), Taste the Blood of Dracula (1970), Scars of Dracula (1970), Dracula A.D. 1972 (1972), The Satanic Rites of Dracula (1973) & The Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires (1974). The two first films are fantastic, and Brides is perhaps more enjoyable than the original despite Lee not returning as count Dracula. The following films does not feature Cushing as Van Helsing till Dracula A.D. 1972, and Lee’s mostly, if not completely, silent Dracula doPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.1232

File: ddb35d29f41791a⋯.gif (1.12 MB, 491x200, 491:200, fuck.gif)

>>1231

>Eh, does Jaws 3D count?

Shit is that the one when they have the underwater section and the shark breaks the glass? Traumatised me as a kid. Refused to ever enter an underwater ocean thing. Never actually was presented with that situation but it was in the back of my mind for years. Like that scene in one of the Nightmare on Elm Street sequels where the woman drowns in the shower. Jaws is definitely worth the watch. Well made, some heartwrenching scenes. Classic dialogue.

>Hollyweird often release similar movies at the same time. I think The Abyss came out close to Leviathan in the late ’80s, both taking place in the deep sea.

So true. And so obvious. There will suddenly be 3 or 4 movies with the same subject/plot/setting coming out at roughly the same time. The poor guy who originally comes up with a concept must get so screwed over.

>Sad! I get that they wanted to cash in on the first film, but it just feels like it would hurt the legacy of the original.

I remember when I watched the sequels I didn't mind much because, although consistent with the first they (2&3) occupy their own space. I need to watch them again now because I can't remember much.

>It seems Lorrimer is a petform of Lawrence

Wow, first I've heard of Lorrimer tbh.

>I always thought Larry was the petform of Lawrence…

Maybe Larry came into common use after Lorrimer fell into disuse? I always wondered how Bill/y came from William.

>Btw., the soundtracks for Hell Night and The Gate are really awesome as well.

Can't wait to check out Hell Night and give The Gate another viewing.


 No.1233

>>1232

>Shit is that the one when they have the underwater section and the shark breaks the glass?

Yup! That is the one. I only watched it less than a year ago though.

Guess I will have to add a lot of popular films to my watch-list…

If Jaws 3D traumatised you, what di you think of Creature, the 1998 TV mini-series from 1998, based on the novel (White Shark) by Peter Benchley? That shark/dolphin hybrid was pretty creepy.

>I need to watch them again now because I can't remember much.

That must mean they are pretty decent.

Also, we can agree that Part VII – The New Blood is the best film in the Friday the 13th series by far, right?

>Wow, first I've heard of Lorrimer tbh.

Same. I saw his name on the book in the film, Professor Lawrence Van Helsing, and then one of the police detectives calls him Lorrimer… They did change his ancestor’s name into Lawrence as well.

>Can't wait to check out Hell Night and give The Gate another viewing.

Yeah, I think I’m gonna have to give them another watch myself.

Any progress on the list of Hammer horror to watch?


 No.1234

>>1233

>what di you think of Creature

I'm afraid I have never seen nor heard of this.

>we can agree that Part VII – The New Blood is the best film in the Friday the 13th series by far, right?

That one was great! Really liked the heroine. I have a feeling I liked all of them up until the Jason takes New York bomb.

>Any progress on the list of Hammer horror to watch?

I haven't thought about it yet sorry :s But if you have some suggestions I'm all ears.


 No.1237

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Welp I just watched E.T. again. So corny you would not believe but I still cried. Also noticed that one of the kids in the movie was the cop in Kindred… E.T. was his first acting gig.


 No.1246

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>>1234

>I'm afraid I have never seen nor heard of this.

If you like sharks and horror it should be the thing for you. I watched it on TV back in the day, and it was pretty spoopy. Craig T. Nelson & Kim Cattrall play the leads, and the special effects, which were done by Stan Winston, are really good.

Photos of the monster, mostly BTS/making of – massive spoilers, obvi.: https://monsterlegacy.net/2013/03/13/monster-gallery-peter-benchleys-creature-1998/

>That one was great! Really liked the heroine.

IKR? It was the first Friday film I saw, and it is still my fave. Such a great idea to breathe new life into the series and make it stand out. It was the first film Kane Hodder played Jason as well.

>I haven't thought about it yet sorry :s But if you have some suggestions I'm all ears.

No worries. Take your time.

>>1237

Damn, not sure if i would have noticed it was the same guy myself.

The only films that made me a little teary-eyed is The Lord of the Rings (Fellowship & Return in particular), and Boy A.




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 No.1138[Reply]

Thread to discuss the fucked up lives of real lesbians in presumably LA.

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 No.1199

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>>1195

>Whitney; S1, S2 & S3

>Nikki & Jill: S1

Aw, come on! That just ain’t right.


 No.1200

>>1199 (checked)

IKR? I guess it more accurately reflects the terrible people of The L Word in S2 & S3.


 No.1205

>>1200

Guess the studio wanted someone who could bring more drama and tension to the show? No one wants to follow a happy, married couple I guess. Gotta have some playgirl picking up a new girl each episode and just assholes stiring up drama. Sad! Many such cases.


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>>1205

>Sad! Many such cases.


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So I just finished S3 last night.

Whitney proposed to Sara and I laughed thinking they were probably separated by now. I actually softened towards Whitney by S3 because she seemed to mature and settle down. I even felt bad that I thought her marriage wouldn't last when I saw them exchanging vows in the final episode. Nek minute, I googled 'where are they now' and no surprises they are divorced already kek.

Meanwhile I found that Jill & Nikki have their own yt channel. They have kids! But they haven't uploaded in three years.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GbyEn1qww_0




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 No.1000[Reply]

A thread dedicated to Venus et al. A thread to admire the divine feminine.

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 No.1007

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>>1006

>>1007

I found a mention of lesbians in The Symposium by Plato.

<Human beings were once, [Aristophanes] tells us, double creatures made up of double males, double females, or two genders united. He uses this myth to "explain" the origin of differing sexual orientations. For when Zeus, as a punishment, severed these double beings, the halves tried to recombine: hence male homosexuality, lesbianism, and heterosexuality.

https://web.archive.org/web/20150206010046/http://www.glbtq.com/literature/plato,3.html

And a direct quote from Symposium:

<the women who are a section of the woman do not care for men, but have female attachments

http://classics.mit.edu/Plato/symposium.html

And another translation of the same line:

<Women sectioned from a woman pay scant heed to men, but are turned rather toward women, and lesbians come from this sex.

https://archive.org/stream/TheSymposium/The%20Symposium#page/n13

Since the translations vary so much, I tried to find several and compare them, but some excluded the text I was looking for, and put a disclaimer in brackets, giving a very sparse rundown of the ideas and themes that were being touched upon. I guess it could have been cut for lack of space, but I would not be surprised if the prim and proper Victorians who translated the text were too squeamish to include anything alluding to same sex relationships in the ancient world.

Winnaretta Singer was an American-born socialite and hePost too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.1070

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Not divine, but still a very fine depiction of sapphic relationships in art, and extra noteworthy for the repressed era they were made in.

The artist appears to have been no stranger to controversy: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gustave_Courbet#Notoriety


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>>1070

>Not divine

No problemo, this thread is for any beautiful women, in image, idea or otherwise.

<This culminated in The Origin of the World (L'Origine du monde) (1866), which depicts female genitalia and was not publicly exhibited until 1988

I thought that name sounded familiar. It seemed to have served as a strong influence for Duchamp's final fuck you to the modern art world.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L%27Origine_du_monde

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%89tant_donn%C3%A9s


 No.1191

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>>1071

wew! Powerful stuff.

I would have thought L’Origine du monde would have been put on display much, much earlier than that!

And I think you are correct in the painting’s influence on Duchamp’s sculpture.

Artemis/Diana (Goddess of the Hunt, as you pointed out on that other board) & Andromeda by George Owen Wynne Apperley, and the Three Graces from Sandro Botticelli’s painting Primavera.




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the funny thread

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>>1086

>surely the other chick wanted it as well

Well, she wanted a real dick it would seem. I'm trying to imagine a scenario like if a girlfriend was with her boyfriend and they decided to be kinky with a blindfold and all of a sudden he's using a foreign object that was never agreed to. That's super fucked up and creepy. And would probably be treated by a court in the same manner as this case. Some kind of sexual misconduct would be found. Sexual assault is a broad concept I guess.

>that is just as much a douche thing to do as the deception IMHO

I'm guessing she wanted revenge or some form of justice for what had happened. But think about it. No-one in this story comes across as particularly mentally stable. Also, Americans are litigious as fuck.

I remember a story some years back when iirc an Australian woman was in America and got arrested for assault because she tapped a woman on the shoulder and asked her to be quite in a movie theater.


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>>1095

If she came back at least nine more times after their first encounter I have a hard time seeing how it can be sexual assault. Not sure what she (Gayle) should be charged with, but it should not have been that.

>I'm guessing she wanted revenge or some form of justice for what had happened. But think about it. No-one in this story comes across as particularly mentally stable. Also, Americans are litigious as fuck.

yeah, absolutely. Bang on the money. This particular case happened in the UK though.

>I remember a story some years back when iirc an Australian woman was in America and got arrested for assault because she tapped a woman on the shoulder and asked her to be quite in a movie theater.

Sounds like a kangaroo court to me :^)

Are Kinder Eggs banned in the US?


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>>1101

>If she came back at least nine more times after their first encounter I have a hard time seeing how it can be sexual assault.

Presumably she didn't find out until their last sexual encounter.

>This particular case happened in the UK though.

D'oh!

>Sounds like a kangaroo court to me :^)

Oh u!

>Are Kinder Eggs banned in the US?

So I've heard. Something about the US not allowing non-food products in food. And being a choking hazard.

<In June 2012, CBP held two Seattle men for two and a half hours after discovering six Kinder Surprise eggs in their car upon returning to the US from a trip to Vancouver. According to one of the men detained, a border guard quoted the potential fine as US $500 per egg.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kinder_Surprise#United_States

Top kek.


 No.1133

>>1105

Land of the free, home of the brave

kek


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 No.871[Reply]

I want to know what movie this scene is from. Anyone has clue?

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It is and at the same time it isn't Caligula. I mean it's been a few years since I saw it, but the gif looks like the inserts Bob Guccione produced. They bring nothing to the picture and are rather artless (Though I do admit to saving a couple of the lesbian centered webms. I can't say I watch them)

Brass did a really decent job with his great cast. Not as bad as Gore had imagined it would be… Until Guccione ruined it.


 No.1147

>>1145

<the woods are lovely, dark, and deep,

Hi butterfly, welcome to /sapphic/. I must admit I still haven't seen Caligula. Worth a watch then?


 No.1154

>>1147

It is really. From what I recall, the actors did real well with Tinto Brass, it comes off as campy at times, but I, and no doubt you've, suffered through a lot worse. Really nice set direction. Too bad that tv adaptation of I, Claudius didn't have half as much. It's no Fellini's Satyricon, but it's not as bad as some say. The plot is just about a mad man, so what can one expect?


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>>1145

Shieeeet. I did try to watch the film way back, but the hardcore scenes were really annoying, so I gave up.

Forgot I found this bachelor­‐thesis by Alexander Tuschinski, where he goes over the history of the film and tries to reconstruct Tinto’s original vision for the film…


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>>1158

Oh, I saw the "restored" version with all that crap taken out. Still plenty of nudity and implied sex, but more like some kind of Heavy Metal story.

Thanks for the essay, it looks great.

I always wanted to direct films, and though I've given up on that now, I keep these dream projects in my head. One of my favorites would be to adapt Marius the Epicurean to screen. Dreamy odd coming-of-age story set in emperor Aurelius' Rome.




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http://heimskringla.no/wiki/Main_Page contains a lot of the source texts (the Eddas in particular) in the original Old Norse, and often in the Scandinavian translations as well. There are also scholary texts, and sagas.

The Internet Archive is another great source for free texts on the topics: https://archive.org/

There is a very interesting YouTube series by Maria Kvilhaug that deals with the symbolism of the poems and myths in great detail, and I highly recommend giving her videos a watch. In particular she stresses the importance of translating the names of characters and places – left in their Old Norse (or Anglicised) form they mean nothing to a modern, non-Old Norse speaking reader. The translation of the names are extremely important if we want to understand what the poems and the myths are really telling us.

https://hooktube.com/watch?v=evE6aLg-_Q8&index=1&list=PLxDBGYdDmm2n7-nYh49d9qMJRZB8Z1qSa

One thing that most people don’t know about Norse mythology is that the Norsemen believed in a form of reincarnation/rebirth. It was custom that the oldest son would be given his paternal grandfather’s name, the second oldest son the name of his maternal grandfather, and similarly with the daughters; the oldest daughter would be named after her paternal grandmother, and the second oldest after her maternal grandmother. This would allow the spirit of the ancestors live on through their bloodline. In the sagas there are mentions of characters born with the same marks upon their body as their ancestors were inflicted with. In the Helgi poems in the Elder Edda, it is said that the two main characters are reborn and fall in love again and again – at least three times.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rebirth_in_North_Germanic_religion

I think this form of rebirth through onPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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>>735

Yeah, it is so fucking crazy that he just destroyed it and especially that he got away with it. At the very least he could have gotten someone to help him move it somewhere else.

>>708

wew

That is so cool. Rome is probably the only large city I would like to visit; so much ancient history at every corner!

http://web.archive.org/web/20180518041919/https://www.atlasobscura.com/places/the-mouth-of-truth


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>>755

>Rome is probably the only large city I would like to visit; so much ancient history at every corner!

I visited Rome a while back. There really are just ancient sites and ruins practically everywhere. Preferred the cities further north though.


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>>759

Did you visit the usual tourist attractions – Flavian Amphitheatre, Forum, &c.?

I think I would have preferred to avoid standing in line to see all the usual attractions in favour of the more interesting sites such as Hadrian’s Villa in Tivoli and everything connected with the Medici family of Firenze.


 No.868

>>866

I can't even remember what I looked at now apart from the big things like the colosseum in Rome, the Cupola, church and baptistery in Florence, the arena and Juliet's balcony in Verona, St. Marks in Venice, the big church in Milan etc.

>everything connected with the Medici family of Firenze.

I remember there being some kind of connection to them pretty much in every town and city in Tuscany. They got around.


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Lookie lookie at what was in that lit link. Finally got my hands on the eddas to peruse at some point! Unfortunately no luck on the sapphic collection

>no sources

Will try a few more times.




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 No.84[Reply]

A thread for the discussion of sapphic literature – everything from serious novels to short-stories and fanfics.

Can’t have a thread about sapphic literature without mentioning the original lesbian vampire story ‘Carmilla’ by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu: https://archive.org/stream/inglassdarkly00lefa#page/358/mode/2up

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 No.966

>>957

>There is a lot of controversial content being hosted on the site, and that could be used by these regressive assholes to attack it and try to censor whatever they don’t like under the guise of moral outrage.

Exactly. And in doing so, also happen to remove original documents. Can't rewrite history when people have access to the old source materials.


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>>964

Here is the gallery:

Daybreakers - Ben Rothstein Photographer (IATSE600): http://web.archive.org/web/20170916162107/http://benrothstein.com/daybreakers

I was not blown away by the film tbh. Some of the ideas were interesting, and it is nice to see a vampire film that is a sci-fi/horror combination. Sam Neill, Ethan Hawke & Willem Dafoe is in it, and Sam’s character is delightfully devilish. It borrowed some ideas from the British TV mini-series Ultraviolet from 1998, which I think had more potential.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ultraviolet_%28TV_serial%29

>>966

Seconded. Users can also upload whatever they want, as long as it is in the public domain, and isnt’t illegal, of course, so you have archives that SJWs would claim is hate speech.


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>>971

>I was not blown away by the film tbh

Yeah I watched this some years ago and really didn't like it at all. Maybe too bleak or something but felt kind of icky watching it. I think ever since watching Before the Devil Knows You're Dead I find it hard to look at Ethan Hawke.

>Ultraviolet from 1998

This on the other hand was kino.

Also found a nice little collection of lit etc. here

https://mega.nz/#F!51Q0waSI!4Ut-eePQr9YSjHJJTQs7Ew

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>>1125

>I think ever since watching Before the Devil Knows You're Dead I find it hard to look at Ethan Hawke.

Sad! I watched White Fang from 1991 several times on VHS back in the day. Really great, underrated film, and Ethan was great in it. I just now saw an article they are making a remake of it… just fuck my shit up fam.

>This on the other hand was kino.

I’ve been meaning to get this on DVD. Only seen some rather low quality rips so far, and the DVDs have audio commentary tracks on the eps too.

Speaking of lit collections, here is a /sapphicafterdark/ collection:

http://btdb.to/torrent/GmQg5dMX9qIVBq2QPdYMi1NAY3qdjyI2E4.html

I can’t vouch for the quality of the stories – yet! I could all be Chuck Tingle-esque nonsense, but worth looking into.


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>>1126

>I watched White Fang from 1991 several times on VHS back in the day.

Definitely watched this more than once as well when younger. Loved it. Have read some Jack London (a short story or two) but not read this one yet. I liked Ethan Hawke for years too. But ever since Before the Devil.. I've found him kind of repulsive. I think the only movie that wasn't too bad was Before Midnight.

>I just now saw an article they are making a remake of it… just fuck my shit up fam.

Hollywood needs to be nuked.

>Speaking of lit collections

>5gigs

Wew. Thanks for the link.

>webm

>hot

Is there more like this in the movie?




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A storm never seen as powerful by man ever.

Tropical Storm Florence is slamming and obliterating the states of NC, SC, VA, and MD. There can be only one experienced weatherman and father of four talented enough to cover the news – Frankie MacDonald. He is informative and to the point in delivering accurate information verified by real scientists from Trump University. Hurricane Florence is a Category 4 storm with winds up to 130 miles per hour. Wilmington is already under evacuation; Myrtle Beach will be stranded upon landfall.

Will the East Coast ever be the same after Florence? Only time will tell.

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 No.946[Reply]

yo why does this board suck so much dick? what is it even about? being a little cock munching faggot? Kill yourselves.

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 No.951

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>>950

>What did he mean by this?

I think anon is confused. Very confused.


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>>951

Do not make a rash public statements with a lawyer present, Anon. We could get into a whole lot of trouble with the Cyber Police here.

<30. There are no girls on the internet


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>>952

Of course. I was merely being ironic.

pls don't backtrace me


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>>953

OK, I think we’re in the clear. Lucky break.


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>>954

Phew.




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 No.478[Reply]

How about illustrations of lesbians?

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What is the consensus on the Buffy comics aka season 8 and onward?

Not a fan of the way seasons six and seven played out, nor the artwork of the comics from what I've seen.


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>>499

Also not a fan of the last two seasons, 7 in particular. Never felt the need to pursue the comics.


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>>484

Lighting Lass and Shrinking Violet from the Legion of Super-Heroes. I liked Harley & Ivy better when they were subtextual.

>>499

Buffy ended after season five. Everything else is some kind of shitty alternate universe.


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Never forget


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 No.836[Reply]

Bringing it back to the beginning. Someone has uploaded the first 8 cycles in marathon videos.

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 No.853

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Cycle 5


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Cycle 6


 No.864

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When does Creepy Chan show up again?


 No.867

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Cycle 7

>>864

Not until Cycle 12. Hopefully this channel will keep uploading them.


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Cycle 8




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