Don’t you just hate when an alarm clock screeches you awake? Meet the Little Rooster, a vibrator-alarm clock hybrid that is bound to do the wake you from your deepest slumber. The idea came from Tony Maggs, who explains that the futuristic product is designed to brighten the early morning blues.
And despite what it looks like, creators say it’s comfortable. The company tested over 300 models, and they have settled on a design that ... Read More
BY Nicole Finkbiner in General on Jul 13, 2010 |
This Thursday, Good Vibrations will be celebrating the birthday, book release, and 20 year anniversary of sexologist, Dr. Carol Queen with a raunchy, over-the-top tribute at their Polk Street Gallery in San Francisco.
The party will kick off with a presentation and reading from the new edition of Dr. Queen’s book, Exhibitionism for the Shy. The dirty blues duet Keep Sweet and burlesque musician Kitten on the Keys will then set the mood with some ... Read More
Last week, Deadline.com announced that HBO is currently developing a comedy based on former Village Voice writer, Mara Altman’s memoir “Thanks for Coming: A Young Woman’s Quest For An Orgasm.”
As you can pretty much conclude from the title, the book follows Altman--an attractive a 26 year-old career woman living in New York who has never experienced The Big O--as she launches an entire investigation into getting ... Read More
Thanks for the heads up, China....But, if I could explain the calf pain, can I then use it on my calf pain? Let me know. We love Babeland vibrators regardless.Note to self: Pick up double A batteries. Can't bear the shame of using my parent's living room TV-remote batteries another day. I use them and put them back, same night service. No problem. But, I know one night, I'm gonna fall asleep and hear this the next ... Read More
BY Claire Hamilton in Sexy on Jan 08, 2010 |
It's an old joke that the G spot is a myth, but now kill- joy scientists in Britain claim it doesn't exist!After carrying out the widest ranging research ever undertaken into the elusive G, the team at King's College London reckon the sexual pleasure zone could be a figment of some women's imaginations - or something dreamed up by magazines or sex therapists.The way they carried out the research involved identical twins. Identical twins share all their genes, ... Read More