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.”
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But say your lover’s penis is small. I’m talking really small. A micro-penis. Well, if size really does matter to him, and to you, there are some surgical and non-surgical options to help with that. [Read more … Keep reading »
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 »
If aliens landed and took stock of pop culture from the past decade, they might conclude that men on Earth are boobie-crazed sex beasts enslaved by their own desires, and that pornography is as essential to a man’s life as air. Two male activists are seriously troubled by the ubiquity of porn in Western men’s lives, the degradation of and violence against women in porn, and how they believe the objectification of women warps men’s minds. Earlier this month, Matt McCormack Evans and Jonathan Wragg started The Anti-Porn Men Project, an online space where they hope to have an educational discussion with other dudes about pornography, separate from the one still burning — albeit faintly — among mostly ’60s- and ’70s-era feminists. Keep reading »
I’m not even going to pretend that I understand the first thing about men. They remain a mystery to me and I have no choice but to love them for that. But every now and then they say stuff that truly baffles us. After the jump, Frisky staffers share the strangest things dudes have said to them. What were they thinking? If you have any insight, please offer your interpretations because we don’t have a clue. Or feel free to chime in with your own offerings.
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Remember the boob scarf? We know we do. Well, what’s the fun in parading around with a scarf that looks like boobs without a matching boob scarf for your dog? Thankfully, Etsy seller boobs R us has the solution. I am sure this is the canine accessory every dog owner has been looking for. Note: “You can also choose to have Vanilla Cream OR Chocolate colored boobs, with Pink OR Tan nipples!” You can even get your dog’s name on one of the boobs for no extra charge. [Style Council] Keep reading »
If you’re looking to have sex multiple times, AskMen has all the answers …
“One fantastic orgasm each night is more than most of us could hope for — but can you make her scream your name with multiple sex sessions until the sun comes up? It doesn’t get much more studly than that, does it? Unfortunately, having sex all night is not as simple or as easy as just showing up with a pile of lube at the ready.”
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Vatsyayana’s Kama Sutra was a strategy guide for the interaction of penises and vaginas in Gupta-era India (320 to 550 CE), meant to be read by sexual partners to enhance their lovemaking. Well, it turns out there’s a big difference between adopting moral platitudes from thousands of years ago, and trying out their sex advice. Some of the “tips” from the Kama Sutra seem to be setting people up for serious injury should they be performed incorrectly, or in some cases, if they’re performed at all. Read more … Keep reading »