I looove LELO products. They’re a reputable sex toy brand who’ve produced gems like The ORA, the LUNA Smart Bead and the IDA, to name a few, which is why I’m completely baffled by the creation of their new product, The PINO.
The PINO is the brand’s newest sex toy, designed specifically for male bankers. In a press release for the product, LELO claims the PINO is “the first pleasure object ever created to satisfy the hedonistic sexual cravings and excesses exhibited by members of the financial world.” So, basically they’re calling bankers greedy sex-crazed maniacs, if I’m not mistaken. Keep reading »
Because this definitely isn’t the actual way to use birth control...
Uh oh. A new study from Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (sounds fancy), recently discovered that women who start or stop taking birth control while they’re in a relationship experience a decrease in sexual satisfaction… especially if their boyfriends or husbands are uggos. Looks like meeting the love of your life while taking birth control isn’t as convenient as you thought it would be. Read more on College Candy…
I was like a little kid on Christmas day when I got my hands on the PicoBong Transformer. The thing was frightening looking in person, but any toy that’s a rabbit vibe, clitorial massager, cock ring, G-spot vibe and prostate massager all in one is a toy that I’m going to need to try out. Since I was alone this weekend, I decided to give the Transformer solo test drive, and it was interesting to say the least. I was either going to end up in ecstasy or in the hospital, but I took my chances. Here’s how it went… Keep reading »
We all know the movies don’t necessarily contain the most accurate depictions of actual life. Or do we?
Whether we realize it or not, we all pick up subtle things from movies that we expect to find in our actual lives. And while I’m willing to overlook some of the media’s follies (like the fact that people in any foreign country all speak English), some of their depictions of sex are just. so. wrong. Read more on College Candy…
What would you do if the greatest gift in life suddenly became your worst nightmare?
Cara Anaya, 30, lives in Arizona with her husband Tony Carlisi and their 10-year-old son Merrick, but her life is anything but normal. Cara suffers from Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder (PGAD), a condition that causes frequent and consistent orgasms. The condition, which can cause Cara to suffer up to 180 orgasms in just two hours, first started three years ago when she was grocery shopping and everything that she saw, smelled and touched made her sexually aroused. She immediately fell down, began having multiple orgasms on the floor and eventually made it home— but the orgasms didn’t stop.
Cara’s condition has become severe, to the point where she can have several orgasms in a minute, leaving her very little control over her body. Cara told Barcroft Media that she’s learning to hide her arousal by “remaining straight-faced and learning to breathe through it,” but that it’s overwhelming and preventing her from living a normal life. Keep reading »