The ’90s brought us the blessed thong, which eradicated our panty lines forever. But then low-rise, skinny jeans became a thing and the combination of the two make a very unhappy marriage. Gravity makes the thong rise while skinny jeans descend creating the perfect environment for thong slips to occur. Miranda Kerr experienced this first hand while running errands with baby Flynn in NYC last week. At least she was wearing a cute lavender thong — Victoria’s Secret, naturally. No doubt I would have been wearing my ripped ones from Target if someone photographed my butt. Keep on clicking for more celebrity thong slips. [Photo: Splash]
Sex. The word itself used to make people uncomfortable. But now, more than ever, women are branching out in their sexual behaviors, and discovering what gets them going. From incorporating sex toys in the bedroom to paging through 50 Shades of Grey, women are mixing it up and increasing their pleasure in the process.
It used to be that a woman needed a trench coat, dark sunglasses and a non-descript hat to cover up her curiosity while scanning the shelves at a sex shop. Now, it only takes a walk through the local drug-store to find name-brand vibrators in the aisle next to the condoms. The next time you’re feeling inspired to try something new with your partner, incorporate one of these five bold moves into the bedroom. Read more…
I don’t know what else is going on in Pub 500 in Mankato, Minnesota, but apparently it’s enough to warrant the installation of the “first ever” pregnancy test vending machine in the ladies’ room. I’m kidding, actually: it was not Pub 500 that installed the pee sticks for their lady patrons — they came courtesy of Healthy Brains For Children, which seeks to reduce fetal alcohol syndrome in kids. Women can buy pregnancy tests for $3 in dispensers similar to the ones that sell tampons and pads. The group hopes that more women will learn if they are pregnant before getting their bun in the oven totally sauced. Eventually the group hopes to install the vending machines in malls, gas stations and gyms as well. The ladies room location seems weird to me and possibly has the potential of causing more problems than it solves. Like, I can just see drunk couples at the bar getting into arguments over “Oh my God, are you pregnant? Why did you just buy a pregnancy test in the bathroom?” kind of stuff. And I’m especially confused about the Minnesota location. Shouldn’t this pilot program have been installed in Seaside Heights? [CityPages]
I feel it is my duty to let you know when I learn of sexual fetishes you might not have been aware of. Just in time for summer, LA Weekly has the scoop on balloon fetishists. “Looners,” like to blow up (“blow to pop”), sit on (“sit to pop”), straddle, wear, hug or hump balloons for sexual gratification. There are two distinct camps in the looning community: “Poppers” and “non-poppers.” The “poppers” are aroused when they’ve ridden or played with their balloon to the point of explosion, while non-poppers become attached to the inflatable as a sexual partner. OK, with me so far? You may have already heard about balloon fetishists, but what you might not have known is that this fetish may extend to inflatable pool toys (animals, pool rafts, tubes) as well. Keep reading »