Captured in their glowing prime, Elizabeth Taylor, Brigitte Bardot and Jane Fonda are among the stars of a new London exhibition honouring the sexiest screen heroines of all time. He was responsible for the iconic pictures of Jane Fonda during the filming of her sci-fi classic,. The Barbarella shots made the covers of over magazines around the world - including Newsweek and Life in the same week. Recalling these very glamorous assignments, Glinn said: "Twiggy was particularly interesting. She was just a child, really - but she was totally natural in front of the camera.
Man spoofs what women find attractive with hilarious 'sexy pics to send to your lady' photo shoot
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Perfume ads, beer billboards, movie posters: everywhere you look, women's sexualized bodies are on display. A new study published in Psychological Science , a journal of the Association for Psychological Science, finds that both men and women see images of sexy women's bodies as objects, while they see sexy-looking men as people. Sexual objectification has been well studied, but most of the research is about looking at the effects of this objectification. Psychological research has worked out that our brains see people and objects in different ways. For example, while we're good at recognizing a whole face, just part of a face is a bit baffling.
By Freya Drohan For Dailymail. A Texas man has inadvertently become a viral domestic god, after his social media spoof of sexy 'what women want' housework pictures caused some hearts to flutter. Michael Oonk, from Planto, Texas, posted a series of seven images to his Facebook account, which quickly went viral. Thanks to his 'come to bed with me eyes' while snapping images of himself in scenarios such as dish washing and dog walking, the business owner practically had women eating out of the palm of his - sparkling clean - hand. Choreplay: Michael Oonk, from Texas, went viral on Facebook after sharing his series of images showing what women really want - a man who pulls his weight around the home.
SUNshine Girl Honey, a 5-foot-7 fashion model, is back! She has been modelling for the last decade, doing runway shows in places like Italy, Montreal, and New York. SUNshine Girl Amanda, our 5-foot-5 green-eyed lady from the calendar, is back.