“One thing I’ve noticed is now that I’m having less sex my body isn’t as toned. The more sex I have, the more defined my arms and stomach get…I always ask for a critique on my [sexual] performance. I always want to better myself in every way … I’ve had an orgasm in the air before. Alone. And together.”
Miranda Kerr, who appears mostly naked in the latest issue of GQ UK, doesn’t look like she’s lost much muscle tone since her split from Orlando Bloom, but she insists she has. Really, I’m more concerned with the idea of asking your sexual partners to critique your performance. So much room for error! And when she says she’s had an orgasm in the air, does she mean on an airplane or just, like, in mid-air? I’m sure there will be many volunteers to help Miranda get more sexercise the very moment the world becomes aware of her dry spell. [NYMag.com]
Job hunters, here’s one way to guarantee you will not find employment: attach a dick pic with your resume. We know this because, well, common sense, and a man in Dallas went ahead and tested this method out. His, um, credentials did not land him a job offer, but did earn him a class C misdemeanor for “obscene display or distribution” of his penis. Keep reading »
By now it’s no secret that women watch porn. Research has indicated one in three visitors to porn sites are women, and half of college-age women say that porn is an acceptable way to express sexuality. A British sex toy and lingerie retailer reports that 85% of female survey respondents admit that they watch porn as a “fantasy escape.” An additional 23 percent of women surveyed say they watch porn to relax. If so many women are watching porn, why is the overwhelming majority of porn made for men, by men? Read more on Your Tango…
So, you want to get deep on the concept of casual sex? Look no further than Collective Love, a site that searches casual sex classifieds (like Craigslist’s “casual encounters”) in your area and applies a markov chain algorithm to generate text using the ideas and feelings expressed by the ad posters. What does that mean exactly?
According to the website, it’s an attempt to use “the relative anonymity of the internet” to bring forth “humanity’s hidden thoughts” and extract “the semi-conscious impulses from beneath the veil of cultural repression, liberating long lost desires, giving them oxygen and sunlight.” Keep reading »
Have sex to save the country.
That’s essentially the meaning of the “Do It For Denmark” campaign sponsored by travel company Spies Rejser.
One of the ads (seen above) frets that Denmark’s birthrate is not looking so hot these days and is at its lowest level in decades. The Washington Post helpfully confirms that Danish people aren’t making babies like they used to, but the travel company sees hope in the tougher-to-verify stat that Danes have 46 percent more sex on vacation. Watch the full commercial on Huffington Post…
Do they like it hot and heavy New Orleans? Does the Big Apple prefer big — never mind.
New data released by PornHub, your favorite porn statisticians, reveals the sordid details of the most popular porn searches in 24 U.S. cities over the last 12 months. Find them all on Huffington Post…
We can thank GB Glace, a Swedish ice cream company, for their new popsicle known as the X-Pop. Perhaps they should have called it the XXX-Pop, because although the company insists that it’s supposed to be a rocket ship-esque popsicle perfect for kids, Swedish parents know what it really looks like: a penis. Making matters worse, the pensicle’s special selling factor is that it has a creamy, sherbet center that “pops” in your mouth. Oh, my… Keep reading »
Today in totally wonderful yet highly unscientific studies, amateur porn site Homegrown Video conducted research about about DIY porn and astrological signs. According to data collected by the site from September 2013 to February 2014, the people likely to make a sex tape for public consumption were those who fell under the zodiac sign of … Sagittarius. The study found that about 13 percent of people who submitted amateur porn to their site were Sagittarians. Geminis were next at 12 percent and Libras submitted about 10 percent of videos. Coming in dead last were Capricorns (my sign!), whose sex tape submission rate was around 4 percent. Keep reading »
It’s easy to say that pornography is empowering for women, or that it degrades them. Oversimplifying, certainly, but easy.
The truth is it’s much more complicated than that.
I was 19 when I realized I could go to college without the debt that my friends were already beginning to complain about. I could take care of myself. It was when I held in my hand $100 for one hour of nude modeling, something I never even realized a chubby girl could make money doing. I was juggling three jobs that paid me only twice that amount per 40-hour week doing physically stressful work for minimum wage.
At the time, it was simple mathematics. Keep reading »