“This one’s a vibrator, which I got from a fan. They threw it on stage. And that’s a joint [attached to it], so that’s the vibe. I’ve gotten more and more about piling things on, but I try to put thought into everything. Even though it’s so stupid, I did the pineapple because you know what they say about pineapple, right? Yummy cum? If you drink a lot of pineapple juice you’re going to have yummy cum. So that’s why I put it on the dick with a bunch of babies, and it says, ‘Fuck.’ I try to think about everything so it has a story to me.”
Miley Cyrus has a glue gun and she knows how to use it. Her artwork is appearing in Jeremy Scott’s New York Fashion Week show today and will be displayed at the V magazine office’s gallery from tomorrow onward. (Perhaps this also explains why Miley decked out her five-foot bong with fake flowers, beads and a plastic dinosaur? It was art.) Somehow, pineapples figure strongly in her artistic vision, so she attached one to a dick with a bunch of babies and wrote the word “fuck.” Thanks for the semen tip, Miley! [V Magazine] [Image of pineapple via Shutterstock]
Hi, I’m Dr. V. I’m not a real doctor, I just play one on the Internet. What I am is a lady, a lady who is a fool for love! And I love nothing more than sex. My deepest desires have happily led me on many adventures in the sack, but they have also, sadly, made me one of my gyno’s most valuable players. But I’ve lived to tell the tale(s)! So, from time to time, I will dish the dirt on everything from getting freaky to getting freaked out. Now, let’s get this party started…
Despite the big fuss made over virginity and sex, studies have show that 70-75% of women do NOT orgasm from vaginal intercourse. That leaves about a quarter of women who can and some people attribute that to the G-spot. Now, there are a lot of haters who will tell you the G-spot is like Narnia or a UFO — a myth, an orgasmic tall tale. Helen O’Connell in 1998 theorized that it’s just an extension of the clitoris — although, at least she believes there’s something there. Shockingly enough, so little research has been done on the vag, it is practically like Area 51. Back in 2001, the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology published, “the evidence is far too weak to support the reality of the G-spot.” In 2006, the Journal Of Sexual Medicine said in 101 vaginal biopsies they didn’t find a single particular erogenous zone. Surprisingly, but in fact, the “G-spot” isn’t even an accepted part of the female anatomy according to the medical community. Pfft! While these academics can argue over its existence, anyone who has ever had sex with me can tell you there is no denying it! And in 2008, aray of proof/hope from researchers in Italy shined a light on the G-spot’s location and power. Listen up: the G-spot is NOT the sexual version of Santa Claus. It really does exist!
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The mythic G-spot seems even too mysterious for an episode of the X Files to uncover it. Where is it? What is it? And how do you work the darn thing?! After reading Divine Caroline, a few things became clear:
- The G-Spot is actually the Skene Gland- a thick lining on the front side of the vag. While baby boys grow a prostate, the same structure can also develop in some women and it becomes the infamous G-spot.
- Female ejaculate is made up of the same ingredients that sperms get shipped off in.
- Only 10% of women can ejaculate.
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Your roommate isn’t the only one under the impression that screaming loudly makes sex better. According to a new study, female monkeys call out before, during, and after doing it. But their screamsâ€™ purpose isnâ€™t just to annoy monkeys in neighboring trees. The study concluded that the femalesâ€™ yells make them more attractive to the guys, helping them ejaculate. When the females didn’t holler, the males ejaculated less than 2 percent of the time. Also, yelling led to more vigorous sex. How did researchers discover this? By channeling their inner voyeur: “Counting monkey pelvic thrusts is admittedly quite weird, but it’s science. You get used to it,” one researcher said. [Times of India]
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