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(1) T wrote:

While it's tempting to just rattle off the names of every actress in all my favorite GIMP scenes, it's important to remember that this is more about cultural impact than guilty pleasures.

You make a good point. I have dozens of favorite GIMP scenes, but that doesn't mean they or the actresses who starred in them necessarily changed GIMP cinema. I have not chosen my list yet, but I'm thinking about what to weigh in terms of the level of accomplishment as opposed to the impact they've had on the fetish as a whole.

For instance, Ilsa (the titular She Wolf) isn't really one of my personal favorites; but the character herself set something of a cult-movie standard.

Ilsa is another one I hadn't thought of. But was it her that actually emblazoned the strong female villain...or was it actually Olga 10 years earlier? Certainly Ilsa was the more popular GIMP figure, even if she wasn't the first.

Consider also the various literary works. We have History of O, De Sade's Justine, The Collector... which went on to spawn various films and what-nots over the years.

I think "The Story of O" is a pretty significant piece of fiction, even if I confess I haven't actually read the book. But the films it inspired, most notably the Corrine Clery 1975 classic, definitely changed GIMP cinema.

Hell, I could play devil's advocate and say that 50 Shades of *Crap actually did bring a fair amount of closeted pervs out of the dungeon and into the streets.

If you're gonna play devil's advocate, you're gonna have to practice more, because the ante has just been raised by Dilbert's pointy-haired boss.

 
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