Every month, when my period arrives at 9am on the dot on (usually) the first Sunday of the month, I say a little silent thank you to the person who created Ortho-Tricycline Lo. Birth control, in all its many forms, is a wonderful thing. Which do you use? Keep reading »
Lube is a many splendored thing. It can slide you out of a rut; it can warm you up when youâ€™re too drunk for foreplay; it can take you into places youâ€™ve never been. Just when you thought lube couldn’t get better, the chemists at KY have improved upon their formula with the new Yours+Mine. The lube, intended for heterosexual couples, has two tubes made especially for each gender. The manufacturers, Johnson & Johnson, claim that when their powers combine, forget sparks, the two will â€œigniteâ€ a new sensation. Hot! Plus the packaging glows in the dark, which isnâ€™t discreet unless youâ€™re at a Kanye West concert, but it will help when youâ€™re fumbling through your nightstand. [LA Times] Keep reading »
The Daily Show did a segment on abstinence-only education and suggested a fun activity for those holding onto their chastity. Dry-humping! Oh and our new favorite word for our vag since va-jay-jay is so 2007? Shame-cave! [Feministing] Keep reading »
Does Jimi Hendrix have a sex tape? Of all the dead rock stars we want to see naked, he’s close to the top, so we squealed a little when we read this story. A porn distributor sold the film to Vivid after the footage was found by a collector who bought a box of rock memorabilia bought at an auction. So how do they know for sure that the man in the film is Hendrix? The DVD includes commentary from two women who had sex with Hendrix and believe the tape is real: Pamela Des Barres, the author of â€œIâ€™m With the Band: Confessions of a Groupieâ€ and Cynthia “Plaster Caster” Albritton, who was known for doing plaster casts of the genitals of rock stars, including Hendrix. [NY Times] Keep reading »
Sex and sketch comedy go together like penis and vagina. And the good people at Planned Parenthood of Portland, Oregon get both apparently. While the health videos we watched in high school were dull, outdated, and often gross, their take on taking care of down there features cool hotties and is laugh out loud awesome. Especially the silly “Down There Song”, which has made us want to rename the vag and dub it the “hot pocket.” So check out the site and use a condom!
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The internet is bad! Before it came along and opened up the eyes of youngsters everywhere to online porn, little boys had to steal from their fathers’ secret stash of Playboy, or, at the very least, the swimsuit of Sports Illustrated. But a study published in CyberPyschology and Behaviour revealed that men between 12 and 17 who regularly viewed porn had sex at an earlier age and were more likely to initiate oral sex. Women who watched pornography at younger age also lost their virginity earlier. “The internet is having some kind of accelerant effect, influencing and changing behavior,” said Shane Krauss, a psychologist from Castleton State College in Vermont, who performed the survey. “Males are having oral sex and losing their virginity much younger when they are exposed to pornography, sometimes by a good three or four years for oral sex or two years for their virginity.” In short, make sure your kids stay on the Disney website, rather than clicking over to X Tube if you want them to remain chaste longer. [Sunday Herald (Scotland)] Keep reading »