-Human Barbie starves herself to achieve doll-like proportions: jezebel.com
-Bring the 'pink' back to your vagina with 'My New Pink Button' genital colorant: nerve.com
-The evolution of black masculinity through fashion: vice.com
-Our brains reward us for looking at attractive people: livescience.com
-Rise of cosmetic surgery for the butt: jezebel.com
-Playboy's first short-haired Playmate in 15 years: Britt Linn: cltampa.com/bedpost
Georgia Tech researchers, Fraz Peer and Andrew Quitmeyer, created several prototypes of a digital condom they call the "Electric Eel." The condom sends electric impulses to both parties during sex to create a more stimulating connection. The inventors personally tested the device on themselves and others, claiming the resulting sensation was exciting and pleasurable.
We first see Joan Rambone, played by Bonnie Rotten, wandering off the beaten path, through desolate and dry country—a symbol of the economic drought that could set California ablaze with the slightest spark. Rotten has traded her stilettos for combat boots. She wears fingerless gloves to protect her from the calluses of hand-to-hand combat and hand-jobs that come with life on the road. Rambone is a sexual vigilante fighting for the first amendment rights and the sexual freedoms of adult performers everywhere. Rotten, who was crowned the female performer of the year at the 2014 AVN Awards is the perfect exemplar and guardian of the adult industry. She is covered in sideshow themed tattoos that speak to the idea that pornography is a kind of freak-show unfit for mainstream audiences. Rambone is a lone wolf forced to live on society's fringes, in the shrinking American wilderness. She is the patron saint of porn, fighting to sustain her way of life against excessive government regulations.
-Billionaire offers $130 million to any man who can marry his lesbian daughter: azcentral.com
-This homemade sex doll is horrifying: nerve.com
-The man with two penises answers your questions (NSFW): cltampa.com
-100 year old woman gets a stripper for her birthday: nerve.com
In 2011, the latest year in which data is available, there were fewer than 17 abortions for every 1,000 women. That's a 13 percent decrease from 2008. This number is only slightly higher than the rate of abortions the year Roe V Wade was decided in 1973.
"The pamphlet has some humor in it (the best way I’ve found to teach sex ed) and is geared towards the young male teen of any orientation. It’s all very “masturbation and love your body!” positive w/o any mentions of religious practices or beliefs.
Instead of spending tens of thousands of dollars on ass implants or Brazilian butt lifts, clients pay a few grand for injections that produce immediate results and require little recovery time. Unfortunately these injections are often time bombs that result in permanent disfigurement, failing health, and death a few months or even decades down the line. These injections can consist of a variety of synthetic products: unsterile mineral oil, silicone, fix-a-flat, motor oil, super glue, cement, and other products that can be purchased at hardware stores. Once these substances enter the body, they are often impossible to remove.