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Let’s talk about sex, baby. Seriously, Let’s talk about sex, right out in the open. According to a recent obvious article, sexual squeamishness does women no favors. No Shit. May is National Masturbation Month. That’s right, dear chums. Happy Monday. (I am just putting this out there...Best money I've spent. The Lelo Liv Rechargeable vibrator. Lovely.) So for a mid-month celebration, let’s talk about masturbation. Let’s abandon the euphemisms (I had a friend once call it “sending Muffin morse code”) and just talk. Read More
Just in time for your Mother's Day brunch. Italian actress and wacky biology vixen Isabella Rossellini is back with the latest installment of Green Porno, her colourful project on the sex and love lives of wild animals. This new set of vids will be available May 12th, and that release date is no accident. The installment is called “MAMMA,” and it deals exclusively with “creatures’ rites of passage into motherhood.” Oh hey girl. The first two installments, "Green Porno" and "Seduce Me," are Webby Award-winning treasures. Read More
There’s a new pro-ho website in town, and she wants you to "come inside." Slutist calls itself a place for those of us who “embrace the YES.” It’s for those who own their hot bods and do whatever they want with them. Mostly, it’s for people who identify as sluts, which may or may not be your cup of tea. The word ‘slut’ packs a punch. Some feminists hate it, and for good reason – it’s been spat at women for generations, from such hateful, grimy places as dark alleyways and Rush Limbaugh’s mouth. Read More
  Boston College’s Students for Sexual Health, an unofficial group formed in 2009, advocate safe sex on campus by distributing condoms, health pamphlets, and lube-- or at least they’ve been trying to. Administrative staff at Boston College recently sent them a cease and desist letter stating that such behavior is “not congruent with our values and traditions.” The campus group's behavior appears to be in complete opposition to the traditional Boston College suggestion of abstinence as the best way to prevent pregnancy and disease. Read More
You see this weird ass plastic-looking thing? Apparently it's a condom, and it could be the next big thing in safe sex. The Origami is a collapsible silicone condom inspired by, well, origami, and it's designed to be a stronger, more comfortable, and realistic alternative to latex. They're also going to make a variety of condom types, including a male, female, and anal condom. From what we can tell, it looks a little thicker than the typical latex condom, but it seems like there's some pretty snazzy technology at work here. Check out a demonstration with the male model: ORIGAMI vs. Read More