As a jury member at the Cannes Film Festival, Natalie must have had to travel to France with a lot of fancy dress for all those red-carpet appearances. Her favorite style right now seems to be anything involving ruffles, and while on other people we might be more critical of this choice, Natalie makes ruffles look good. Ruffles are her friends. Keep reading »
Wooden sex dolls have struck again. GQ’s blog has got these figures in more awkward positions than a public sex scandal. Sure we all know how to wheel barrow and stand and deliver, but what do men think about all these effin’ arrangements? The GQ guys put the man in manuever by rating each position on difficulty, pleasure for him and her, and even the calories it burns (dudes count them too!). Surprisingly enough, a lot of women-driven positions got high ratings, like The Trapeze, The Stargazer, and The Reverse Cowgirl. We ladies work so hard for it, honey! But at least we’re coming out on top. [Via Boinkology] Keep reading »
Kegels. Any woman who has ever pushed a baby out her cooter will tell you all about how powerful exercising those muscles down there is. I had no idea the same work out worked for men. In this informative video, made by the Sexual Health Guru, Coach Kendra (who seems vanilla in yoga pants, but you know is a super freak) explains how to do it in this SFW clip. Apparently even the strongest muscle man can increase his stamina, pleasure, and even do the unthinkable — have multiple orgasms. Now you can train your man for a marathon!
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A 35-year-old man in New York died after ingesting a small piece of an aphrodisiac made from toad venom. The man went to the hospital complaining of chest and abdominal pains, but doctors were unable to treat him. The aphrodisiac, a hardened resin that contains chemicals known to disrupt heart rhythms, is supposed to be applied topically rather than ingested, but authorities say even that can be harmful. If you’re feeling the need to spice things up in bed, don’t buy anything sold under these names: Piedra, Love Stone, Jamaican Stone, Black Stone, or Chinese Rock. [Gothamist] Keep reading »
The perfect Sunday, in my opinion, would involve eating a delicious breakfast of freshly made waffles, exchanging a few kisses, and reading the newspaper (all without leaving bed, of course). The soundtrack to this perfect Sunday morning would be the Toronto band Ohbijou. The seven-piece group plays delightful music that’s quiet but not too quiet and generally puts listeners in a pleasant mood. I think this has something to do with the plucking of string instruments. Check out their playlist for gettin’ frisky on land and water after the jump.
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ZOMG! It’s wedding season! You know what that means? If you’re getting married, you’ve got to register for gifts and if you’re going to a wedding (or many weddings, as these things tend to come in droves), you’ve got to start purchasing. Most wedding registries are done online these days, but not everyone registers at department stores or home furnishing shops in search of the perfect 15-piece set of pots and pans. A lot of couples go the more unusual route, and register with online stores with specialized wares. Here are five we think are fun.
1. Honeymoon: Dying to go to Aruba, but don’t have the cash for a super luxurious post-wedding honeymoon? Register your honeymoon vacay with TheBigDay.com, a site which allows guests to contribute to the special couple’s trip. [TheBigDay.com]
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