Saturday, March 26, 2011

BENITO MUSSOLINI and CLARETTA PETACCI EXECUTION 1945

Benito Mussolini and Claretta Pettaci - THE END - You don't want to be squeamish when you watch this one... No doubt some women must be the partner of a powerful man but I always wonder. Was there no way out? Was Claretta doomed from the start because she was involved with a public figure?

Sunday, March 20, 2011

DECLARATION FOR MISTRESSES - Fashion Foundation

"I will always wear the proper undergarments for the outfit I'm wearing."

Maybe easier said than done, if you've lost or gained 10 pounds you very likely need new foundation garments - also called underwear - a newly fit bra and panties that actually hold and enhance your figure. Not for us the old fashioned girdle; there are new names for the same old same old. PANTY LINES? FORGET IT! (Wear pantyhose, or undies that cup, not cut across,the roundness of your back side!)

We never want to look tacky!

Monday, March 14, 2011

CLARETTA'S DIARIES RELEASED

VERY CONTROVERSIAL !



According to this news release from Associated Press, Claretta Petacci was Benito Mussolini's "lover" from the early 1930's through their death in April 1945. She was hung by her feet after being assassinated with him. Mussolini thought Hitler was a "nice guy" and had entered Italy into the War on Germany's side.

Though we have a difficult time imagining the loyalty of women such as Claretta Petacci to men the world has come to think of as monsters, there are many women today who stay with men who are personally brutal to them or who are involved in organized crime, gangs, drug wars, or other violent situations. Does love require this kind of sacrifice or are these women mentally ill?

Friday, March 11, 2011

BOOK REVIEW : SEXY ORIGINS and INTIMATE THINGS by CHARLES PANATI

Charles' Panati did a heck of a lot of research to write SEXY ORIGINS and INTIMATE THINGS Subtitle The Rites and Rituals of Straights, gays, Bi's, Drags, Trans, Virgins, and Others. and truly I learned a lot, including the origins of slang terms we use in speaking of sexuality to this day that have their origins a long long time ago!



Page 410

WIVES as WHORES


Sex in imperial Rome was wild - for men, that is. A married man could legally have sex with female slaves, prostitutes, divorcees, and widows, but not with a virgin or wife. Strict adultery laws forbade married women from any form of extra-marital sex. The crime of adultery itself was denied as sex with a married woman, not with a married man. If an adulterous wife was caught, the punishment was forfeiture of her property and exile. Want to know the story on sexy colored shoes or slang like floozy or ditz? How about the history of condoms?

Roman wives were very clever when it came to finding a loophole in the law, Many, from well - to do - families, registered as prostitutes. Ancient Romans law clearly stated that any woman listed in the prostitute registry could not be punished for sex acts. The law had been written by men for their own pleasure, and to encourage as many women as possible to register as prostitutes. Many lustful wives took advantage of the letter of the law."

(Such women were renouncing their privleges of their rank in society!)

BOOK REVIEW: SEXY ORIGINS and INTIMATE THINGS
The Rites and Rituals of Straights, Gays, Bi's, Drags, Trans, Virgins, and others
Charles Panati C 1998
Penguin Books

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

CLARETTA PETACCI : MISTRESS OF BENITO MUSSOLINI MARCH 2011 MISTRESS OF THE MONTH

UPDATEDAILY MAIL - TOMB OF MUSSOLINI'S EXECUTED MISTRESS FACES DEMOTION by Patrick Leon  August 24th 2016




EXCERPT:
The crumbling tomb of Benito Mussolini's murdered mistress may be demolished by Roman authorities after her relatives failed to pay bills for its upkeep, it has been reported.
Clara Petacci, 33, who was executed by partisans near Lake Como alongside the former Italian leader, 61, in 1945, was buried in a tomb at the Verano cemetery in Rome.
But now city officials in Rome are reportedly concerned about what to do with Petacci's remains after the collapsing tomb was cordoned off for safety... About 1000 people visit the tomb each year compared to 100,000 people who visit Mussolini's tomb in his birthplace of Predappio, according to The Times.

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It's said that Benito Mussolini, the dictator, had many mistresses. At the time of his death, his mistress was Clara Petacci, who was raised in an upper class Roman home where he father was the personal doctor to the Pope. Mussolini was much older than she - twenty eight years - and together they died on April 28, 1945 when she was 32.