It’s almost hard to tell when it’s Halloween in the Kardashian-Jenner household. Why, this could just be another Tuesday night! Kris Jenner is trying on her Wonder Woman costume for size … supposedly for Halloween … and realized she needs to invest in some boob tape, stat. Too bad Kris didn’t realize her nip slip before she posted it to Instagram. [Styleite]
In Celebrityland, nip slips are far too easy to come by. Click onward for Kris Jenner’s nip slip and others!
I’m still trying to decide how I feel about the G-Shot, a surgical procedure available at Los Angeles’ Vaginal Rejuvenation Institute of America, which claims to improve women’s sex lives by pumping up the G-spot with collagen. The injection, which increases the size of the G-spot to that of a quarter, takes aboout about 30 minutes, runs about $1,000 and lasts for four months. It’s kind of like Botox, or lip filler, only with the G-Shot you get
general local anesthesia. Phew. I would have been up all night terrorized by the thought of getting a shot in my vagina. (I can’t even type those words without grinding my teeth.) Keep reading »
If you think it’s a George of the Jungle you’re looking for in the bedroom, think again. Despite our fantasies of Don Draper or Christian Grey, it’s most likely a Michael Cera type who will be able to satisfy us the most sexually. A new Yale University study published in the Sex Roles journal (yes, that exists) found that men who believe they need to be dominant during playtime are less comfortable asking women about their sexual needs and discussing their own.
The study surveyed 357 women and 126 men ages 18 to 29, all heterosexual and sexually active, on their sexual confidence and assertiveness.
Turns out that adhering to traditional gender roles could damage a man’s confidence — and make him less likely to use protection. In the survey room, there was a bowl of female condoms with a sign that read: “Protect yourself and your partner. Please take some! Free Female Condoms.” The more the subjects believed in traditional power dynamics, the less they were likely to take the condoms. Read more…
I talked about Terri Graham in last week’s episode of “What We Missed” because, well, her story confounded me. To refresh your memory, Terri is the 44-year-old mother of two who bottle-fed her children, but breastfeeds her dog, a pug named Spider. There will be a full-length interview with Terri coming out in Closer Magazine. I’m hoping it will go into more detail aboutwhy she didn’t or couldn’t breastfeed her kids. Because I need to understand that more thoroughly. Anyhow, a snippet from the article says that about two years ago, Terri’s dog developed an affinity for her breast milk after licking the nipple of a bottle pumped for her newborn son.
“Having Spider suckle on my boob means I finally feel complete and a better mother,” said Terri.
I’m just going to leave that there. Call me and interspecies breastfeeding shamer, that’s fine. I can’t say that I endorse doggie breastfeeding.
Click on through to see some more breastfeeding tales that will blow your mind. [Huffington Post]
We humans are voyeurs by nature. How else could pornography, reality TV and gossip magazines be as popular as they are? We love to watch other members of our species in action.
When it comes to watching people doing that kind of action, however, many of us—despite our healthy interests in it—can feel apprehensive, shameful or simply unsure of where to start. And based on some of the female-unfriendly porn that’s out there, it’s no surprise we feel this way. But a 2011 study showed that unmarried couples who watch pornography together are actually more committed than their non-viewing brethren. It makes sense: Watching other couples get it on can be a springboard for openly communicating to your partner what makes you feel good—both in and out of the bedroom. Not to mention, you’ve gotta be pretty comfortable with each other to watch erotica together in the first place! Read more…