You never know where you’ll meet the love of your life. Duaveed Hakhainhaguadole (say that five times fast!) met his beloved Clara at the Bad Behavior sex shop in Los Angeles. She’s a mannequin there. Duaveed says he loves everything about Clara — she doesn’t argue, scream or complain. Oh, and how do they have sex you ask? He bought a replica of her “lady garden,” which he fills with gun oil, and uh, uses. Duaveed laments that he wishes there were something between his wife’s legs. But hey, we all make sacrifices for love. An ordained minister married the couple in a beautiful ceremony at a different sex shop. And now that he’s hitched, Duaveed will get bump in his monthly disability check. You can’t argue with true love. [WOW]
This chef’s got balls.
Mao Sugiyama, a self-described “asexual” from Tokyo, cooked up, seasoned and served his own genitalia to five diners at a swanky banquet in Japan last month,Calorie Lab reported.
In most cases, “asexual” is a word used to describe a person who is non-sexual. Sugiyama, however, embraces it as a way to show that he does not affiliate with either gender.
Sugiyama sparked a firestorm of interest on April 8 with one tweet:
“[Please retweet] I am offering my male genitals (full penis, testes, scrotum) as a meal for 100,000 yen …Will prepare and cook as the buyer requests, at his chosen location.”
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“The girls that really base how much they’re worth on the sexual favors that they can do for somebody, that makes me really sad. Because sex is actually really beautiful … It’s like the only way we create, and it’s the only way the world keeps going … So it’s ignorant not to talk to your kids about it or not make it seem as magical or cool as it actually is. Kids have a TV, so they know what sex is. So educate them and let them know … it’s a beautiful thing, and it is magic, and it’s when you connect with somebody. And it isn’t how much you’re worth. Your worth isn’t based on that, your worth is based on how you feel about yourself.”
– Miley Cyrus shares her sexual views on Amanda De Cadenet’s Lifetime show, “The Conversation.” What a great title they gave her, by the way — “Teen Queen & Soul Searcher.” I think it’s fair to say that Liam Hemsworth is giving it to her good. Or she’s been meditating a whole lot. Next stop: Tantra! Miley talks about other stuff with Amanda in the “universal language of women.” Like transformation, “generational sin,” self-growth and other deep stuff. It’s actually very interesting. You can watch the full episode here. [The Mirror UK]
Well, goddamn, some names definitely seem to lead you down certain life paths, don’t they? Having a name like Fokken might have had a tad bit of influence in convincing these two feisty broads — twin sister prostitutes — into getting into the biz. Identical twin sisters Louise and Martine Fokken have worked Amsterdam’s Red Light District for more than 50 years, first under the control of pimps and then as independent contractors, running their own brothel. They also helped set up the first independent union for prostitutes, so they’re kind of amazing, no? We can’t wait to see the full-length doc about their lives, but we’ll settle for this trailer clip for now. [Meet The Fokkens]
Fashion editorial can be so boring. When I’m flipping through an issue of Marie Claire or Vogue, you know what I often find myself thinking? Needs more blood. Period blood. The folks at Vice, who search high and low for new ways to shock people, apparently read my mind, because this month, the magazine’s fashion story — complete with wear to buy credits, etc. — has menses! Click through (be aware, this is probably NSFW) to see what I mean… [VICE]
Bondage buffs from as far away as Europe and Japan beat a path to Los Angeles this past weekend just for the chance to get beaten.
It’s all part of DomConLA, an event now in its eighth year, that allows fetish fans, submissives, and dominants to meet, greet and beat — if the mood (and the mistress) strikes.
Billed as “America’s largest Professional and Lifestyle Domination Convention,” the kinky convention was created by a professional dominatrix by the name of Mistress Cyan who was pained by the disparity and disassociation between those involved in Professional Domination and those in “The Lifestyle.” Read more …