A legislator is calling for a sex strike, due to the worst anti-abortion bill in the nation up for consideration in Michigan right now.
This is happening.
The Times helpfully explains the danger of the ironic Facebook ‘like,’ because everything you put on Facebook can later be used in advertising displayed to your friends—even a 55 gallon tub of lube.
Fleet Week has officially kicked off here in New York City, which means a combustion of hormones has hit our shores; flocks of men who’ve been out at sea for weeks (months!?) are commingling with residents of what sometimes seems like a man-starved city.
What better way to celebrate, as people who run a website full of stories, than sharing some of your tales of Fleet Week love connections!?
If you want in, send us your stories of that time you met and fell for a sailor by filling out this Google form. Try and keep it somewhat clean, so we can publish it in its entirety, and let us know if you don’t want to remain anonymous.
We’ll be gathering the best of the bunch for a story on Fleet Week love connections.
OK, ladies and gents, time to kiss and tell.
The GOP presidential candidates’ popularity over time—as determined by Gallup—illustrated in a series of butt plugs.
Our chills are multiplying after reading Radar Online’s report on a male masseur’s lawsuit accusing John Travolta of sexual battery.
Tanya Wexler, the director of ‘Hysteria,’ a Tribeca Film Festival film that tells the story of the vibrator’s invention.
We review ‘Hysteria,’ a film that captures the strange birth of the vibrator:
Directed by Tanya Wexler and set in the Victorian era, the film follows Dr. Mortimer Granville (Hugh Dancy), a disillusioned young physician who is hired as an understudy to Dr. Robert Dalrymple (Jonathan Pryce), a doctor renowned for treating women diagnosed with “female hysteria” via “pelvic massage.” When he’s not being wooed by the doctor’s two daughters—the rebellious Charlotte (Maggie Gyllenhaal) and proper Emily (Felicity Jones)—Granville practices his “pelvic massage” technique, and soon he becomes an expert. In the process, however, he develops carpal tunnel from all the manual labor and seeks a new and improved way to achieve “hysterical paroxysm.” And thus the vibrator is born.
Note: We have no idea how that thing in the photo really works, but we have our suspicions.