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There’s nothing like a good makeout sesh in a forbidden location. Well, sometimes. Over here in NYC there’s not much privacy, so sometimes we have to get creative about where we get it on. Bar bathrooms, taxis, park benches, stairwells, any semi-private nook will do when you’re really hot to trot. After the jump, some makeout tales. Tell us, where have you gotten down and dirty? Keep reading »
This week is Banned Books Week — a time to celebrate and acknowledge all the great and not-so-great works of literature that at one point or another have been considered too hot or too controversial for libraries. Among the most famous banned books? J.D. Salinger’s The Catcher in the Rye, Ernest Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms, and J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series. Banned Book Week is a great time to celebrate our freedom to read, and to think about how important access to information really is.
It’s also a time to reflect on the books we were banned from reading growing up … Keep reading »
For years, adult toy makers have been unable to sell their wares on TV commercials, but a new ad from Trojan featuring the company’s Tri-Phoria vibrator has made it on TV — by not saying the word “vibrator.” Instead, the unseen, boxed tool is referred to as “three massagers in one” that may result in “screams of ecstasy, curled toes, a sudden glow, and intense waves of pleasure.” The commercial doesn’t run only in the wee hours either, but, for example, during the day and early evening on Comedy Central during “The Daily Show.” Some — surely, sex toy sellers among them — may see the ad as “progress,” but it seems silly that in this day and age a vibrator is still taboo. Hey, it’s just a “personal massager.” [NY Times]
Forget Epic Mickey and Super Mario Galaxy, the Mojowijo Wii Vibrator is the funnest reason to get the wand gaming system. Thanks to choice attachments, Mojowijo is designed for both men and women. Plus, it promises totally customizable vibes, so no more finding the right setting, speed, or fighting battery power. Your sexy time partner — or you — wave the wand in the rhythm you want and then it echoes back the pattern in the sex toy attachment. It even works if your partner is in another country, thanks to an internet connection. Hell yeah! And the best part is, the game is looking for beta testers. The line starts behind me. [Mojowijo via Asylum] Keep reading »
Over at Asylum, the guys asked former call girl Tracy Quan about the end of sex ads on Craigslist.
“For johns, Craigslist had a reputation as an Internet souk for the sexually deprived, where they could shop for a GFE, unload their gently used furniture and find a GRE tutor.”
I’ve been with my boyfriend for three and a half years, and we moved in together a year ago (after spending most of our relationship doing long-distance varying from living across the country from each other to living a couple hours apart). For the first couple of months of cohabitation, we had exciting, frequent sex. But then, I started a very stressful job as a teacher.
For Paris Vogue‘s 90th anniversary, model Lara Stone took off her top to expose her decolletage. How to know the masked beauty is her? We’d know those gap teeth anywhere. The massive issue has 622 pages that editor-in-chief Carine Roitfeld promises will be as provocative as ever: “Vogue Paris has always played the card of audacity,” she told WWD. Soon enough, they’ll probably do without the clothes altogether. [Huffington Post] Keep reading »
Now that having hair down there is so passe for women—and even for men—merkins are the new hot prop on Hollywood sets, especially for anything that takes place before the year 2000. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, that’s OK. I didn’t know what a merkin was until Kate Winslet won the Oscar for her role in “The Reader” and talked about her merkin non-stop. Keep reading »