At the recently opened Robot Restaurant in Kabukicho, one of Tokyo’s best-known red light districts, diners can watch bikini-clad go-go dancers perform or sit in giant, scantily-clad, custom-made female robot chairs as they enjoy their meals. I’m not sure what’s on the menu. Something that robots like to munch on, I presume. I’m picturing freeze-dried food for some reason. Bikinis and robots — a winning combination? Well, yes, if it’s a more sensual dining experience you’re in search of. [Vancouver Sun]
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Sex. It’s such a simple, animalistic instinct. But it can be a wonderful, intimate time you spend with someone you love dearly or a great way to release pent-up frustrations. There’s a lot to like about sex.
But not all sex is created equal, which is why it’s important to avoid THIS kind.
1. Coercion Sex - one of the worst types of sex to engage in is the sex that you don’t really want to have, but you’re doing it because if you do it he’ll just leave you alone and let you go back to sleep. While it might SEEM like the path of least resistance, it’ll make you feel badly enough about yourself after the fact that it’s just not worth it. Read more…
Try to have sex with an animal against its will, expect a penis injury.
“When I saw the raccoon I thought I’d have some fun,” said 44-year-old Russian man, Alexander Kirilov.
I spent a long time trying to understand this sentence. The thought of “having some fun” with an animal is beyond my scope of comprehension. Keep reading »
FACT: Believing any of these gay sex myths could result in the lowering of your IQ. You’ve probably heard all of these myths in some form or another from a crazy uncle or a sexist co-worker. But if you believed them, you’re just as bad as the knuckle draggers who spread them. Here are seven of the worst.
MYTH: Being gay is a choice.
FACT: In 2008, The Karolinska Institute scanned the brains of gay and straight people and found a difference in the two, proving that being gay isn’t a choice. Now if only we had a study that examined why people choose to ignore scientific evidence. Read more…
I’ll bet you’ve never heard of a happy ending like this before. A Kansas woman is suing her personal trainer for allegedly ejaculating on her feet after a training session at the gym. Groaaaaannnn.
After completing her workout at her Gold’s Gym in Merriam, Kansas, Ashley Clevenger claims her trainer Darrell Davis took her back to a room “equipped and designated for massages.” While she was on her stomach getting her legs and feet massaged, Clevenger claims she felt “something strange on her feet that did not feel like hands.” She turned around and saw Davis “rubbing his exposed penis on her feet” and “ejaculat[ing] on [her] feet.” Clevenger is suing for psychological and emotional damages. Keep reading »