The reasons to visit Tokyo just keep getting more and more bountiful. I can go to the naked robot burlesque restaurant or to Love Joule, a “love and sex bar dedicated to women.” It’s described as a place women “can openly discuss masturbation.” Behind the bar, instead of liquor bottles, are rows of vibrators, lube and other female friendly toys. The bar is part of a trend going on in Japan to do away with the taboo surrounding female masturbation, sex toys and female sexuality in general. To ensure that it’s a safe space for women, mann aren’t permitted in the bar unless accompanied by a female partner.
This sounds like a great idea in theory, but I have have a number of logistical questions that need to be addressed: Keep reading »
A new Summer’s Eve campaign called “ID the V” tests your knowledge of your own vagina. According to the quiz nearly 70 percent of women are unable to identify the five major parts of their own genitals. Wow, that seems like a really high, really depressing percentage. Anyhow, the idea of promoting knowledge about the V, and the whole concept of “to know it is to love it,” is great. Summer’s Eve is also donating $1 to I Am That Girl, an organization dedicated to inspiring confidence in women and girls, for the first 25,000 women who get a perfect score on the quiz. Also, great.
The fact that the quiz is moderated by a talking hand that refers to itself as a vagina, BIZARRE. The only thing that would have been stranger is if they had drawn pubic hair on the hand. “Honestly, between you and me,” coos the talking hand/vagina, “I almost got one wrong on my first try and I’m a vagina!” Is it a trick question? Like, wait! That’s not a vagina! That’s a talking hand! Ten bonus points. If 70 percent of women don’t know their anus from their clitoris, isn’t anatomy this bait and switch going to confuse them further? For the record, I got 100 percent on the quiz and the talking hand/vagina congratulated me with a “Thatta girl!” which made me feel extremely uncomfortable. [Summer's Eve]
If you’ve had a craving for rain forests, untapped deposits of raw minerals, and gigantic penises, now’s the time to head to the Republic of Congo. A new study ranked the world’s countries by average length of erect penises and found that the Congo is home to the most well-endowed individuals. At 7.1 inches, their enormous sex organs put them at the top, just above the male populations in Ecuador (7.0 inches), Ghana (6.8), Columbia (6.7), and Iceland (6.5).
Wondering where the good ol’ US of A falls on the world’s penis chart? Get out your magnifying glass … you’re gonna need it. Read more…
Another fall, another round of intense fashion weeks. Whether we’re talking Melbourne or Milan, one thing remains a constant — there are a lot of damn boobs on the runway. And sometimes they fall out of their shirts or stand at attention under sheer underthings. Here, we’ve captured the latest round of boobs on display during the spring/summer 2013 fashion week season. Don’t say we never did nothin’ for ya.
If there’s a lesson to be learned from Jami Lynn Toler, the Arizona woman accused of faking cancer to raise money for breast implants, it’s that some things are just not worth doing for fake boobs. The 27-year-old told her grandmother, her boss and dozens of other friends and family members that she needed money to get a double mastectomy and breast reconstruction surgery. She even went so far as to set up fake fundraisers and an online donation page. Toler raised $8,300, which she used to pay for her new pair of boobs. No, there was no cancer involved. It was a lie. For her crime, she was sentenced to a year in jail, three years probation and she will have to pay the victims back. Hmmm. Accepting you natural boobs or facing incarceration? I choose natural boobs! [NY Daily News]
Toler’s not the only woman who has done something incredibly stupid just to get implants. Click on to see what other dumb things women have done for bigger breasts. Ladies, so not worth it!