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Product Review: The Sqweel Gets The Job Done, Loudly

Ask and ye shall receive! A few weeks ago, I posted about the Sqweel, a 10-tongued sex toy that promised to blow my mother-effing mind, and wished that someone would get it for me for Christmas. A few days later, one arrived at my desk. The timing was perfect, as this weekend was rainy and cold in New York, so indoor activities were already on the menu. Did the Sqweel live up to my expectations? Find out, after the jump. Keep reading »

Your Pubic Hairs Are Freaking Me Out

Voodoo Doughnut in Portland, Ore. submitted a racy ad to Bitch Magazine, which refused to run it. The magazine, a self-described “feminist response to pop culture,” explained turning down the ad by stating, “We felt that our readers would feel that the ad goes against our mission statement to be anti-sexist.” Voodoo, where the menu includes Triple Chocolate Penetration and C**k-n-Balls, responded, “I thought Bitch would be happy the woman isn’t plucked and shaved, but all natural like a real woman.” Check out the full NSFW ad after the jump. Keep reading »

Parent Feels Daughter Is Passing Up A Great Opportunity — To Star In Porn

You know, sometimes my parents get on my nerves, but I am really glad they never badgered me into going into porn. This mom (I think, unless “Tara” is a dude’s name) seems to think her daughter is passing up her golden opportunity to make loads of cash fast by, you know, f**king for a living. You see, she “wants” more for her child, who “has no real talent outside of her looks” and isn’t going to college. How supportive! [BuzzFeed] Keep reading »

Pulling Out: Is It Worth Trying Out?

Not to get all TMI on you — we’re all friends here, though, aren’t we? — but my husband and I are thinking about changing up our birth control to the ol’ pull-out method. Actually, correction: I’m thinking about it and he’s biding his time, not saying too much, hoping I come to my senses before my prescription for the Pill runs out. But the thing is, I’m beginning to hate the Pill. While I’m not experiencing the emotional side effects that I have in the past — thank God! — I am suffering from what I call the Big Boob Effect. My boobs have grown a whole cup size in the two years that I’ve been taking the Pill on the regular. I’m now a D-Cup, which may sound sweet to some of you, but remember, I went through surgery once before to have smaller boobs, so these Ds are not welcome in my book. In addition, I’ve gained about 10 pounds and no matter how much I exercise, I can’t seem to shed the extra weight. I’ve gone up a dress size in everything, and I’ve had to replace practically my whole wardrobe. I’m a confident person, but lately I’m pretty uncomfortable in my skin and I blame it on the Pill. Keep reading »

10 More Things You Should Never Tweet After Sex

Our boys at Asylum have created the handy “10 Things You Should Never Tweet After Sex” guide. Their post-coital Twitter no-nos include “LOL, looks like the condom slipped off, hope she didn’t notice,” “Not as good as her mom, but not bad,” and “It’s confirmed, I’m definitely gay.” Here are 10 tweets the ladies should avoid after doing the horizontal mambo. Keep reading »

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Now That Porn Has Gone Mainstream, Hollywood Is Going XXX

Once upon a time, porn stars aspired to cross over to the mainstream. Now, Hollywood actresses aspire to become porn stars. Actress, model, and single-handed supporter of the Lucite stripper shoe industry Shauna Sand is the latest Tinseltown pseudo-star with a sex tape. Vivid Video, the adult movie industry’s leading production company and the force that brought the world the Kim Kardashian sex tape, says it’s preparing to release “Shauna Sand Exposed” on Oct. 19. Meanwhile, Sand is protesting to anyone who will listen that, yes, she made an X-rated home video with her boyfriend, but “I certainly didn’t sign off on this and Vivid has no right to put it out.” Sand is no shrinking violet. She’s appeared in Playboy sans clothes already. But is this really a “homemade sex tape”? Judging by the trailer, the lighting, the angles, and the fact that Sand keeps looking at the damn camera, it looks like this video was made for the sole purpose of selling it. The release is timed to coincide with the debut of “Leave It to Lamas,” which costars Lorenzo Lamas, Sand’s ex-husband. In Hollywood, the best revenge turns a profit. Keep reading »

Are You A Procrasturbater?

In this week’s Savage Love column, a guy (for convenience, I’m assuming it was a dude, but it could have been a woman) wrote in saying he’d coined the clever term “procrasturbation” and wanted help getting it into dictionaries. Procrasturbation, he explained, means “to waste time by pleasuring yourself.” He said he wrote Merriam-Webster back in 2004 about having the word included in their dictionary, but was told:

“Your coinage is clever, but I’m afraid that cleverness is not the criterion on which a word is entered into our dictionaries … For ‘procrasturbate’ to be entered, it will need to appear in a number of well-read print sources for a good number of years. When we’ve collected enough citations for the word, we will enter it into our dictionary.”

I happen to like the word, so in an effort to help get it into Merriam-Webster, I’m printing it here. So, what have you, readers? Are you procrasturbators? Do you regularly “waste time by pleasuring yourself”? Keep reading »

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Lady Journalist Contemplates Putting Mints In Vagina In Name Of Journalism

When male journalists go deep, they go to Iraq. When female journalists go deep, they put a “vagina mint” in their hoo-ha. Since we here at The Frisky are ahead of the curve on all things vagina-related, we told you about Linger vagina mints way back in August. They’re like Altoids for your vagina. We didn’t try the product ourselves, because our cooters are fresh like that, but we did ask some dudes what they thought of the idea. Mostly, their responses were, like, “Ew, gross.” Over at Mother Jones, writer Jen Phillips got herself a tin of vagina Altoids and almost took the product for a test-drive. Then she read the box, which says they’re “for novelty use only.” So, wary of a yeast infection, she decided not to Linger. That’s gonzo journalism for you? [Mother Jones] Keep reading »

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