Art and SEO Pornography

For some women sexuality is their most powerful tool, their sexuality is used to get ahead in life, a bargaining tool to make more money or to get what they want....

The acceptable age of voyeurism?

The Internet is a tool that connects you with businesses and people and smart businesses, communicate with their clients directly, pulling in the voyeurs and boosting their sales; they stay in front of the curve and their rivals. All this is achievable by using the Internet to its full marketing, and interaction potential. Try your hand at real search engine optimisation, look at your site and fix those broken links, update the content, sort out the keywords and phrases. Harnessing the power of the Internet to improve your website’s rank in the search engine results pages is a way to achieve your dreams. Don't be content with just having 'lookers' or 'peepers', be more positive and proactive with your time, improve and inspire, corral your visitors and steer them towards your products. Create a cage that keeps them locked into your site; tame them so they don't want to leave. Set your traps carefully and take money from your visitors.

Art history lists dozens of examples of 'fine art' that crosses the dubious line between art and pornography. Some of the most famous paintings in the world were originally little more than naughty pictures for very rich men. The act of looking or 'peeping' was undertaken for the purpose of achieving some sort of sexual excitement. The observer generally did not seek to have sexual contact with the real person being observed. Artists purposely cross the line but intellectualize it away. Peudo-artistic photography magazines produce porn and use the art tag as a disguise. Nothing changes.


In reality men still hold the power, we define what is attractive and what sells - that is how marketing works. We are weak we can't resist great tits and a nice ass. Whose fault is this? Women validate our weakness by willingly displaying them.