Playing with the concept of French designer Raymond Loewy’s 1933 streamlined, pencil sharpener and the idea that “sex sells,” Francesco Morackini created the Dildomaker as part of his “tools” series. This gadget, which penifies any household item with the twist of a crank — a carrot, a hot dog, a candle, a piece of wood — is meant to make you question the relationship between yourself and manufactured products. How very high art. This is like the adult version of a Snoopy Snow Cone Maker. Fun for days. I hope the Dildomaker soon becomes available to the public. [Cargo Collective]
I originally planned to make this a list of the best menstruation moments in pop culture, but quickly discovered that Hollywood in particular does not have a very positive track record when it comes to tackling the crimson wave in movies and TV. Books and music have done a little better, but for the most part, periods have been portrayed either as something to be revolted by or feared, or for over-the-top comedic effect. So, instead this list evolved in the most memorable menstruation moments in movies, music, books and on TV, for better or worse. I know that there are others I didn’t include, so share any additional memorable period references in pop culture in the comments! Keep reading »
Men’s orgasms may never be as intense as the screaming, multiple orgasms that many women are capable of. But that doesn’t mean that they can’t be better than average or even earth-shattering, mind-blowing, toe-curling, etc.
Just like with women, there are psychological, emotional and physical things that contribute to the quality of a man’s orgasm. Every guy is, of course, different, but here are 6 tips that will up the intensity that don’t involve cough drops, donuts or or other bizarre gimmicks. Keep reading »
Sometimes when I’m reading stories on LitErotica.com, I feel like I can tell when a man has written a story and given himself a woman’s pseudonym. Some stories are just … different. They sound overly porn-y, involving words like pounding and ramming, and clearly what some horny dude thinks a woman’s experience of sex might be like. I think to myself, I see through your pseudonym, “Ashleigh St. Pierre!”
But Brits, of course, are a little more subtle. That must be why no one figured out that the romance novelist “Jessica Blair” was actually an 89-year-old grandpa and military veteran named Bill Spence. Keep reading »