Sure, it’s the holiday of “love,” but Valentine’s Day-themed sex toys are just too much. We’re not trying to discourage anyone from getting it on this V-Day, but I think even Cupid wouldn’t be caught dead wearing a Valentine’s Day c**k sock. God bless the Tuggie in all of its many incarnations (I’m looking forward to the Easter Tuggie … I hope it’s a bunny), but it is completely unnecessary for a night of steamy lovemaking. Click through to see some more totally unnecessary V-Day sex toys. Regular ones do the trick just fine. [Sensually Yours] Keep reading »
New York Fashion Week begins today, and we can’t wait to see what memorable moments and fresh looks will come out of this season’s showing. And while the fashion industry’s history is full of important landmarks, it seems the ones that stand out the most have to do with controversy, pushing boundaries, and sex. In honor of NYFW, let’s look at the most scandalous sex-related moments in fashion’s history now! Read more…
It was Valentine’s Day, and I didn’t have a boyfriend, which I was telling myself was actually pretty nice. The last boyfriend had gotten me a heart-shaped box of chocolates. I don’t like chocolates. I don’t like hearts. He had also written some ill-conceived poetry, comparing my face to the moon, or something. Or maybe he was comparing my boobs to the sun. Whatever. Keep reading »
Concierge. Chignon. Soirée. Saying things in French just makes you seem so fancy, right? Hate to break it to you, Nancy’s, purveyor of fine frozen foods, but your use of “petites bites” isn’t what you think it means. Because the French translation of this is “little dicks.”
Little dicks, big compliments? Well, that’s one way of saying size doesn’t matter.
The next time a guy complains about wearing a condom, flash him this picture — a condom made in 1860. The reusable condom is one of the more esoteric items found at the Ohio Historical Society’s “Controversy” exhibition. The rather life-like condom was made from either sheep skin or sheep intestine, and was, like many condoms of the time, designed to be reused. So yeah, Trojans don’t look so bad now, do they?
I’ve heard of women naming their breasts, but blogger Heidi Leigh took boob play a step further. She had the brilliant idea to dress her breasts up like puppets, or “buppets,” as she calls them. People seemed to enjoy her breast puppetry, so they started submitting their own buppets to her blog, Tit Thinks It’s People. Um, we think she’s onto something here. Apparently, there is way more fun to be had with our boobs. We should put on a buppet show! It would be the breast! Who’s in? Click through to see some of our favorite buppets. And obviously, though these breasts appear in costume, they are still NSFW.