F/M Friday 55

Now that we are at episode 55 it is funny to look back at how the F/M COLLECTION started. Obviously I collect reams of M/F and F/F pics as those are my personal choices of genres that I enjoy, but every now and then I will come across an F/M find. So one day I said to myself, why not create a folder for those images, I am sure that someone will enjoy them.

Being that I am almost exclusively an M/F and F/F blog, I had no idea that the most popular folder on this site by a country mile would be the F/M COLLECTION folder. There really can be only one of two explanations for it, or perhaps a combination of the two.

In all likelihood the primary reason is that every F/M pic that I post is brand spanking new so to speak, because quite simply no other spanking collector posts them anywhere for people to see. My blog is quite likely the only source for these vintage images. Of course over time the images that I post get repurposed by other spanking sites and end up being a part of the overall “Generic pool of Internet spanking images”, but initially they are found here.

It could also be that because the posts are so infrequent, people specifically seek them out. It is like cable news networks in the USA, if you are left leaning then you have a multitude of news networks to watch, but if you are right leaning then there is only one place to get your news. That’s speaking generically of course, obviously I understand that now there are new outlets of entertainment news for right leaning people.

At the end of the day though the whole purpose is to actually get all images from all genres out there for everyone to enjoy. Not just for our generation but for future generations as well. It used to bother me to no end that certain blogs would poach images from my site by the 100 (and still do) but I eventually got past that. Like I said, the bottom line at the end of the day is to share the images so that the general public can enjoy them. The issues that I always had with this practice were to do with ethics, moral character and courtesy anyway. It was never about the images themselves, just ones moral fiber.

The image this week is of pretty poor quality compared to other images, but what it represents may trigger a thought or two for those of you who like these images, especially if you grew up in the 1950s.