Two Russ Meyer women and Diana Rigg
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Warning: heterosexual content
Thoughts of Meyer are often accompanied with images of two of his actresses, though I'm thinking of three women altogether.
I've often regretted that Tura Satana not only failed to appear in anything comparable to Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! The other movies she appeared in are barely watchable. But I must confess that when I saw her as savage, merciless Varla I found myself looking at a woman that I wanted to kneel before.
Meyer credited Kitten Natividad with introducing him to the pleasures of oral sex. A flesh and blood woman who was more of a cartoon than Stripperella. Sometimes she seemed a blowup sex doll come to life. But her exaggerated lips, breasts and hips harmonized somehow (or Meyer wouldn't have used her). I'd be tempted to call her the perfect male sexploitation fantasy. But I don't know anything about the manufactured beauties of contemporary porn. And in Beneath the Valley of the UltraVixens Kitten demands "more tongue" she sounded as if she was having a good time herself.
Dame Diana Rigg has for decades been my ideal woman. Beautiful face and body. Always graceful. And most importantly smart and funny. As Emma Peel anyway. But of the three she's the only one I've never starred in a sexual fantasy.
Sexuality is funny.