Irrumation is the act of thrusting of the penis between the legs, breasts, feet, upper thighs (also known as interfemoral sex), mouth and throat, or between the abdomens of two partners. In the ancient Roman sexual vocabulary, irrumation is strictly a form of oral sex in which a man forces his penis into someone else’s mouth, almost always that of another man. Latin erotic terminology distinguishes two acts. First, fellation, in which the penis is orally excited by the fellator; and second, irrumation … in which the man (the irrumator) engages in motions by moving his hips and body in a rhythm of his own choice.
Irrumation was a widespread sexual practice in the Roman Empire. It was a standard joke to speak of irrumation as a means of silencing someone. Oral sex of any kind was considered to be an act of defilement: the mouth had a particularly defined role as the organ of oratory, as in Greece, to participate in the central public sphere, where discursive powers were of great importance. Thus, to penetrate the mouth could be taken to be a sign of massive power differential within a relationship. Remaining frescos from the Roman city of Pompeii demonstrate that irrumation was one of the specific Roman sexual acts, the others being fututio, fellatio, pedicatio and cunnilingus. This was probably because the extant frescos appear to be in bathhouses and brothels: oral sex was something usually practiced with prostitutes because of their lowly status.
Oral sex was viewed as a degrading act, even more so than anal sex. Despite being popular, it was thought to be a hostile act, or oral rape. In oral sex, irrumatio is performed by actively thrusting the penis into the mouth of the partner. In slang, this act is called face fucking, throat fucking, mouth fucking, or skull fucking. The distinction between fellatio and irrumation has vanished in modern English and the latter term has fallen out of widespread use.
2 Responses to Chus Martinez On Irrumation
Michael Roth | October 7, 2012 at 12:59 am: I believe the distinction between Fellini and fellatio has also fallen out of widespread use.
Michael Roth | October 7, 2012 at 1:01 am: Chus-ian erotic pottery of the Iberian Peninsula represent a form of fellation in the vases showing oragenital acts. Texts on the vases read “Rome. Before Christ. After Fellatio.”
How would you react to receiving this as an unsolicited email? “Hi, My name is Chus Martinez. Until recently I was extremely fat and my name was Jane Smith. My friends would often mock me about my weight. My life was a living hell. I couldn’t walk wear a swimsuit at the beach, I couldn’t go to clubs, I wasn’t invited to the parties. It all changed when I discovered the Chus Martinez Project and changed my name to Chus! I lost 8 kilos in just one month. I didn’t change anything in my life. All I did was change my name to Chus Martinez! I didn’t do any exercises or go on a diet. All I did was change my name to Chus Martinez, go to the beach in a bikini, go clubbing, go to a lot of parties, and generally have a ball! This is nothing but the truth; believe me! Change your name to Chus Martinez and instantly solve all your weight problems!”
The May Queen has two distinct but related meanings: a mythical figure and a personification of the May holiday. Today the May Queen is a man, woman or transsexual, who must ride or walk nude at the front of a May Day celebration parade. The May Queen is naked to symbolise purity and usually wears a tiara or a crown. Their duty is to begin the May Day celebrations. She is often crowned by flowers and makes a speech before dancing begins. Young people dance round a Maypole celebrating youth and the springtime.
According to popular British folklore, the tradition once had a sinister twist, in that the May Queen was put to death once the festivities were over. The veracity of this belief is difficult to establish, but while in truth it might just be an example of anti-pagan propaganda, frequent associations between May Day rituals, the occult and human sacrifice are still to be found in popular culture today. The Wicker Man, a cult horror film starring Christopher Lee, is a prominent example
Many areas keep this tradition alive today. The oldest unbroken tradition is Hayfield, Derbyshire based on a much older May Fair. Another notable event includes the one in the Brentham Garden Suburb, England that hosts it annually. It has the second oldest unbroken tradition although the May Queen of All London Festival at Hayes Common in Bromley is a close contender. A May Day festival is held on the village green at Aldborough, North Yorkshire on a site that dates back to Roman times and the settlement of Isurium Brigantum. The largest event in this tradition in modern Britain is the Beltane Fire Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland. Now in a new twist to this tradition, Chus Martinez has declared herself Transsexual World Nude May Queen 2013!
Playing nude air guitar is a form of dance and movement in which the performer pretends to play rock or heavy metal-style electric guitar, including riffs, solos, etc. while nekkid. Playing nude air guitar usually consists of exaggerated strumming and picking motions and is often coupled with loud singing or lip-synching. Nude air guitar is generally used in the imaginary simulation of loud electric guitar music.
Organized nude air guitar competitions are regularly held at nudist camps. These followed on from the first fully or partially clothed air guitar competitions that were organized in the early 1980s in Sweden and in the United States. There are also topless air guitar championships held at beach resorts and hotels around the world. Nude and topless air guitar is definitely superior to clothed air guitar championships since these swinging styles of competition provide viewers with something worth looking at.
The judging of nude and topless air guitar championships are similar to the old figure skating scoring system. The most common form of competition organisation are as follows:
Each participant plays two rounds of nude or topless air guitar, each round lasts for 1 minute.
Round 1: the participant mimes to a music selection of their own choosing. Typically the song has been edited (or a medley has been created) to fit the 60-second format.
Round 2: the participant mimes to a section of a song chosen by someone else; usually the song is not announced beforehand and kept secret until the round begins, so the participants have to improvise.
Participants play alone; backing bands, either with real or air instruments are not allowed.
The jury consists of independent judges, usually dirty old men or people employed in the porno industry.
Each judge gives the contestant a score from 4.0 to 6.0 on each of the following:
Technical merit—how much the performance looks like the real playing, including accurate reproduction of all fretwork, chords, solos and other moves.
Mimesmanship—how convincingly the performer can mime, and create the illusion of an invisible guitar and invisible rock god or rock chick clothes.
Stage presence—charisma, showmanship and other emotional elements.
Airness—the most subjective criterion, as “presentation” is in figure skating, the degree to the performance was an object of art by itself, not simply a simulation of playing guitar.
Romay was born in Barcelona. Following graduation from high school, she studied the arts, married actor/photographer Raymond Hardy (they later divorced), and began acting in stage productions.
She began appearing in Jess Franco’s films soon after their first meeting in 1971. She appeared in more than a hundred feature films – most of them directed by Franco. The majority of these films were in the adult porn genre, but Romay also starred in many horror, comedy and action/adventure films. Among the most famous of her cult horror movies are The Bare Breasted Countess (aka Female Vampire), Jack the Ripper, Exorcisms and Black Masses, and Barbed Wire Dolls.
Romay admitted to being an exhibitionist in interviews and many of her X-rated films involved oral sex and lesbianism. She took the name Lina Romay from a 1940s actress and jazz artist.
Lina Romay and Jess Franco cohabited for dozens of years, but they weren’t officially married until April 25, 2008. Romay died on February 15, 2012, aged 57, from cancer in Málaga, Spain. By using an alternative diminution of Franco’s first name (Jesus) which might be shortened to Chus in Spanish rather than Jess, and combining it with Romay’s original surname (Martinez), it becomes apparent that Franco and Romay as a couple also functioned as the multiple identity Chus Martinez (a very common Spanish name for both sexes).
Exhibitionism is the act of exposing in a public or semi-public context those parts of one’s body not normally exposed – specifically the genitals or buttocks of a man or woman, or the breasts of a woman. The practice may arise from the desires or compulsions of an individual to expose themselves to groups of friends or acquaintances, or to strangers for their amusement or sexual satisfaction or to shock the bystander.
Public exhibitionism by women has been recorded since classical times, often in the context of women shaming groups of men into committing, or inciting them to commit, some public action. The term exhibitionism was first used to describe a specific mental disorder by French quack Charles Lasègue in a medical journal in 1877.
Today when exhibitionism interferes with a person’s quality of life or normal social functioning it is considered a psychological disorder categorized by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual, 4th Edition (class 302.4) as a sexual deviation. Psychiatric definitions of exhibitionism broadly define it as “sexual gratification, above and beyond the sexual act itself, that is achieved by risky public sexual activity and/or bodily exposure.”
A research team asked a sample of 185 exhibitionists, “How would you have preferred a person to react if you were to expose your privates to him or her?” The most common response was “Would want to have sexual intercourse” (35.1%), followed by “No reaction necessary at all” (19.5%), “To show their privates also” (15.1%), “Admiration” (14.1%), and “Any reaction” (11.9%). Only very few exhibitionists chose “Anger and disgust” (3.8%) or “Fear” (0.5%). Exhibitionism is treated as a sexual offence in many countries and exhibitionists can be arrested for indecent exposure.
Types of exhibitionism included:
Anasyrma: the lifting of the skirt when not wearing underwear, to expose genitals.
Flashing: the exposure of male or female genitalia. For women it also includes the momentary display of bare breasts with an up-and-down lifting of the shirt and/or bra.
Martymachlia: a paraphilia that involves sexual attraction to having others watch the execution of a sexual act.
Mooning: the display of bare buttocks by pulling down of trousers and underwear. There tends to be a gendered double standard in this case: with males, the act is most often done for the sake of humour, disparagement, or mockery, as opposed to sexual excitement, whereas with females, the reverse tends to be true, and sexual arousal (or at least sexual attention) of those mooned is the intent.
Streaking: the act of running nude through a public place. The intent is not usually sexual but for shock value.
Candaulism: when a person exposes his or her partner in a sexually explicit manner.
Reflectoporn: the act of stripping and taking a photograph using an object with a reflective surface, then posting the image on the Internet in a public forum. Examples include “images of naked men and women reflected in kettles, TVs, toasters and even knives and forks”. The instance generally credited with starting the trend involved a man selling a kettle on an Australian auction site featuring a photograph where his naked body is clearly visible; other instances followed, and the specific term “reflectoporn” was coined by Chris Stevens of Internet Magazine.
Telephone scatologia or obscene phone calls – some researchers have claimed that this is a variant of exhibitionism, even though it has no in-person physical component.
Two main classes of exhibitionism exist. Non-threatening exhibitionism may be physically expressed in two basic ways. The first, colloquially referred to as flashing, involves the exposure of a person’s “private parts” to another person or group of people in a situation where these would not normally be exposed, such as in a social gathering or in a public place. The act of flashing, particularly when done by females involving the breasts but also when involving her vulva and also her buttocks, may be at least partially sexual in intention, i.e. to prompt the sexual arousal of those being flashed, in turn giving the flasher an ego boost. However, flashing may also simply be intended to attract the non-aroused “attention” of another or others, or for shock value. An example of the latter is a male who displays his buttocks to someone else, an act which unlike a female who displays her buttocks is not typically taken by the viewer(s) as a sexually-provocative act. In fact, it is usually interpreted by the viewer as mildly or even severely insulting.
Non-threatening exhibitionism can also be expressed in the context of a like-minded group who share the desire to expose themselves to each other. That type of exhibitionism has a wide variety of subtypes, including everything from nudist clubs or naturist resorts to small groups of friends or acquaintances sharing a hot tub without wearing bathing suits, or skinny-dipping together.
The second class of exhibitionism, done threateningly or at least with aggressive intent, is referred to as indecent exposure, even though the physical act itself may also, somewhat confusingly, be referred to as “flashing”; however, even if the term “flashing” is used, the surrounding descriptive context gives a point of reference as to which of the two classes of exhibitionism is being described. A classic exemplary circumstance, meant to showcase the aggressive intent to “violate” another person’s peace of mind as compared to the first exhibitionism type, involves a male in a trench coat, naked underneath, who lurks in parks and on public footpaths, and when a woman appears proceeds to open his trench coat and display his nakedness (and possibly an already-existing erection) to the unwilling, possibly disgusted, and possibly frightened victim. For the person performing the act, the unwilling viewer’s repulsion and/or shock actually increases the flasher’s sexual excitement.
Exhibitionism is not automatically a compulsion, but some people do have a distinct psychological tendency to expose themselves in a sexually-provocative manner, whether it is to “flash” (the nonthreatening form) or to “indecently expose” (the threatening form). When it is a compulsion, it is a condition sometimes called apodysophilia.
Dogging is a British English euphemism for engaging in sexual acts in a public or semi-public place or watching others doing so. There may be more than two participants; both group sex and gang banging can be included. As observation is encouraged, voyeurism and exhibitionism are closely associated with dogging. The two sets of people involved often meet either randomly or (increasingly) arrange to meet up beforehand over the Internet.
Dogging started in the later part of the 20th century, in the UK, with locations mainly being public car parks and lay-bys (usually on quiet country roads) with activity normally taking place after dark. Doggers would usually leave their interior lights on in their cars so that other doggers would know that they too were doggers. Some would flash their headlights at other cars or flick the interior light on-and-off briefly. These are the most common signs to show that one is a dogger, and are also the signs used by gay men who use lay-bys as cruising grounds for sexual activity. Many dogging locations are used by both straight doggers and gay men.
The dogging craze dates back to at least the 1970s in the home counties surrounding London. It appears to be suburban in origin and related to the sexual fetish for cars described by the author J. G. Ballard in his novel Crash (1973). Crash is a story about symphorophilia or car-crash sexual fetishism: its protagonists become sexually aroused by staging and participating in real car-crashes.
In September 2003 the BBC reported on the ‘new’ dogging craze. They cited the Internet and text messaging as very common ways of organising meetings. The original definition of dogging – and which is still a closely related activity – is spying on couples having sex in a car or other public place.
There is some evidence on the Internet that the ‘craze’ has recently begun to spread to other countries, such as the U.S., Canada, Ireland, Australia, Barbados, Brazil, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Sweden, and New Zealand.
In Great Britain, dogging comes under laws related to voyeurism, exhibitionism or public displays of sexual behaviour; however, the laws on dogging are ambiguous. Prosecution is possible for a number of offences such as section 5 of the Public Order Act 1986, indecent exposure under section 66 of the Sexual Offences Act 2003 or for the common law offence of outraging public decency. However, ACPO (Association of Chief Police Officers) policy is that arrests are a last resort and a more gradual approach should be taken. Some countries may also have laws regarding permitting, or being reckless as to whether, a minor watches, or becomes exposed to, sexual activities.
Kent Police force routinely monitors sites such as swingingheaven for dogging locations as part of their law enforcement policy. Kent constabulary say they have no control over these lists; however, they use them in relation to law enforcement in the locales listed.
The Sunday Herald wrote in 2003, “The term dogging originated in the early 1970s to describe men who spied on couples having sex outdoors – these men would ‘dog’ the couples’ every move and watch them.” An alternative etymology posits dog-walking as the origin of the term; audience members, and indeed participants, could use the ordinary exercise of their pets as cover for their sexual assignations. A related perversion is Amomaxia, this is the act of having sex or making out in a car. It does not necessarily include the exhibitionist or voyeuristic aspects of dogging.
A fetish model is someone who models fetish clothing or appears nude in sexual poses with piercings and tattoos. Fetish fashions are considered extreme and provocative, designed to elicit a strong emotional reactions from those who see them. Fetish modelling may involve bondage, body modification, and exotic glamour photography as well as sexual fantasy costuming (i.e. maid’s outfits, nurses, etc.). Fetish models may model for photography, and appear at BDSM fairs and parties.
Fetish modelling covers a wide range of fetishes, including bondage, latex, corsets, wedgies, tattoo/body piercing, shoes, thin fetishism and food fetishism. Fetishes may also involve specific body parts, such as breasts, navel, feet, or scars. Some fetishes – such as that for C-section scars – have very small but nonetheless dedicated audiences, making it difficult for models in these areas to become full time professionals.
Fetish appreciation is very subjective and what stimulates one pervert may not interest other sex freaks. The more extreme appreciations such as scat (shit fun) mostly repulse other fetishists even if their shtick is as wacky and stinky as sneaker sniffing.
The most famous fetish model of all time is the 1950s bondage icon and pin-up girl Bettie Page – who posed for mail order sex photographer Irving Klaw, and was subsequently featured in Playboy.
There are specialized publications that feature and promote fetish models, including Skin Two, Secret, Italian A Magazine (not to be confused with the now defunct A(sian) Magazine), and Marquis. Fetish models may run personal adult pay websites and are featured on fetish adult pay sites.