It happens to the best of men: arousal but no lift … interest but no erection. When a man can’t get it up, the experience for him and his partner falls somewhere between awkward and utterly mortifying—I’ve even heard of men not calling women back because they were so ashamed of their inability to keep things on the up and up. Keep reading »
I hear cosmetic surgery advertisements all the time on the radio: breast enhancements, tummy tucks, liposuction, and vaginal rejuvenation.
Okay, the first three are obvious. But that fourth one? Vaginal rejuvenation? Does my vagina need to be made young again? I didn’t know it was old.
Actually, vaginal rejuvenation surgery is supposed to counteract the stretching effect that giving birth has on your vagina. The more children you give birth to, the more stretched out it gets. And it never returns to its original size. Read more … Keep reading »
Our friends over at AskMen say, contrary to popular belief, women don’t always want foreplay.
We know that every advice column has attempted to drill into men’s heads that the No. 1 thing women want in bed is foreplay, foreplay, foreplay. But AskMen is going to contradict those teachings. Believe it or not, there are occasions when a woman doesn’t need the big build-up and wants to get straight to the main event. These are the times when the requisite foreplay can be skipped because she’s ready to get down to business immediately.
Find out if you agree. Read more … Keep reading »
The crack team of dudes over at Asylum wanted to know how they can tell if a porn star is really having an orgasm or just faking it. So, they decided to investigate.
“The female orgasm is an elusive creature. Sometimes you’re able to see it and identify it clearly. Other times, it’s seemingly an apparition — like the Loch Ness Monster or Bigfoot of female bodily functions.
We tapped porn stars Kayden Kross, Katsuni, Jesse Jane, Joanna Angel, Riley Steele, Asa Akira, and Sophie Dee to learn how professionals pull off this climactic trickery.”
Watch the video … Keep reading »
I don’t know? What do you say about something like this? A woman in a bikini top made out of plastic hands over her breasts? Heavy has compiled a list of the top 20 worst bathing suits, but I am going to have to declare this one the winner. It’s just … horrifying. To me, at least. I don’t know what to say other than keep your bikini top hands off me, please. [Heavy] Keep reading »
Now men can combine two of their favorite things: masturbation and competitive sports! The Count Machine Onahole is a revolutionary new masturbation device that keeps track of the number of strokes, calories burned, and the total time it takes for the user to achieve orgasm. For just $123 you can insert your throbbing member into a synthetic, plastic vag, attach the counting device, and pump away while the clock runs. And then, do it again and see if you can beat your best SPM (strokes per minute). The current record is held by a porn star who clocked in at 426 SPM. Beat that, guys! Literally. Beat it. [Weird Asia News] Keep reading »
I’m going to be honest with you. Knowing the proper term for armpit sex—it’s called Axillism, dummy!—totally made my day. I was also pretty stoked to know that a regular sex session burns about 200 calories, that socks can actually prevent orgasms, that Republicans are kinkier than Democrats, and that tights pants are one of the leading causes of impotence. More crazy sex facts that will make yours after the jump. [Online Schools]
And now from the “Things Which Sound Like Something On ’30 Rock’ But Are Actually Real” files: The Up Yer Pole pole dancing school in Scotland has begun offering classes for elementary schoolers ages six to 12. Up Yer Pole calls the lessons “pole fit” classes, alleging they are gymnastics classes with no sexual dancing and are open to both girls and boys.
Be that as it may (and I won’t deny a workout on the pole is athletically rigorous), who do these Up Yer Pole people think they’re fooling? Keep reading »