Although foreign guests often describe our Latvian balloons as quite reserved and cool representatives of Northern Europe, we know very well that this is not true today. Latvians have a particularly developed vision of things – including erotic fornications. This time, the resourceful editors of Sekss.lv invite you to see some of the most outstanding works of Latvian erotic literature, which have earned a whole bouquet of emotions among their compatriots, namely, shouts of joyous praise and outrage full of incomprehension.
THE LEGENDARY ”ZĪLĪTE” (“TIT”)
One of the most legendary domestic publications, which has focused as much as possible on increasing sexual education, is the information-rich “Zīlīte”. This magazine experienced its brilliant invasion of the Soviet world back in 1989. Not only the literary content of “Zīlīte” seemed shocking to the fans, but also the comic book-style illustrations of the edition, which, accompanied by the Latvian artist Māris Putniņš, brought “Zīlīte” to the hall of fame of erotic literature.
Undoubtedly, the repeated edition of “Zīlīte” in 2009 won the greatest recognition among the people, which on its pages invited the residents to a sexually educational conversation among their family members.
Maris Putniņš himself admits that some good fans of “Zīlīte” still call him one of the earliest Latvian sex gurus.
If in our opinion, “Zīlīte” is known to every real Latvian, then the chauvinist edition with a particularly sonorous name “Viesturs” is recognized by only a few. Evidence for the existence of this erotic magazine in the depths of the Internet can be found with relatively great difficulty. After a long and painful search, we came across one single “Viestura” cover.
According to some historical evidence, this edition was available only in a small edition, which largely explains the fact why only a part of erotic literature lovers about the existence of this magazine. Despite the fact that “Viesturs” could not be called the most popular Latvian erotic content, such headlines as “Jēkabpils prostitute top” and “How to shoot a bunch in her ear without waking up” are all noteworthy.
“Viestura” connoisseurs know that the following topics have also been discussed in other issues of the issue: “Pose-destroying poses”, “” How to smack a wife in a smoothie “and” 5 ways to beat a wife “.
In the archives of local erotic literature, you can also find a publication with a very fine title – “Princess”. The covers of “Princess” were most often decorated with appetizing Latvian beauties, which, comparing this edition with the above, was a fairly fresh and eye-catching innovation among local sexual works.
Despite the fact that the cover of the magazine featured representatives of the fairer sex, it must be said that the content of “Princess” was largely focused on topics, the discussion of which was especially relevant among women. The most resounding of the headlines in this issue were: “Leading the Guide to Self-Satisfaction,” “Test – Is It Love?”, And “Five Guys in a Row.”
Turning through the exploratory pages of “Princess”, it must be concluded that the brightest section of the edition was clearly the annual review of the festival “Erots” by the editors of the magazine.
Finally, we have come to the literature that is still on the shelves of both supermarkets and petrol stations, namely the gloomy “Giraffe”. Over the years, the following topics have been covered in the spicy work of “Giraffe”: “When it rains and blows in the window”, “Penis like a parrot” and” “Ass as an art”.
Describing this erotic material, Giraffe fans are still excited about the content of the magazine today, saying that the particular edition is really good and serves as a great view material for passionate self-satisfaction sessions.
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