This could be your chance to be a star! VICE is looking for partners to participate in a video series titled “People Who Just Had Sex.”
Cougar The Musical is an original, four person show about three divine but disillusioned women who unleash their “inner cougar” by dating younger men (played by one very sexy actor) and in the process, find self-love and empowerment.
Last month the Seattle Erotic Art Festival celebrated its 10th anniversary with their biggest and best year yet, attracting thousands of people from across the nation and world to celebrate art and sexuality in big, beautiful ways.
The QR codes in this video are scannable and link to website images, which represent the top 100 sexual searches on the Internet as researched by neuroscientists Ogi Ogas and Sai Gaddam.
We’ve always been fans of Japan-based TENGA’s art-centric male pleasure items (a.k.a masturbation sleeves) and we’re thrilled to announce their collaboration with The Keith Haring Foundation! TENGA is proud to be the first brand in this category to bring forward a collaboration with such a recognized and celebrated artist. They’ve selected five of Haring’s iconic artworks for integration into the packaging and design of their CUP and EGG series.
The origin of the expression concerns the area around the triangular-shaped Flatiron building. Due to its triangular shape, winds swirl around it and gusts would blow women’s skirts up, revealing their legs as they passed by. In the 1920s, groups of men would allegedly gather to watch women walking by have their skirts blown up, fascinated with the bare legs, which were seldom seen publicly at that time. Local authorities would shout, “Twenty-three skidoo!” when sometimes telling such groups of men to scatter and stop their gazing.
From the producers of Absinthe, Spiegelworld returns to New York City for a summer-only engagement of Empire, an all-new show headlined by some of the sexiest, most daring artists ever to arrive on Broadway.
Sir Richard’s Condom Company is calling upon women to share “rules about what they won’t put in their vagina” to raise awareness for the lesser-known chemicals that are often found in condoms and lubricant, including spermicide, parabens, and glycerin. And, of course, the company makes certain that all of their condoms are of the highest quality by using only carefully sourced ingredients and avoiding those that nobody would want in their bedroom.