Since these incredibly antiquated, embarrassing sex education videos are from the '50's, one might assume they'd be tame enough to openly view on your office cubicle lunch break.
We solicit your honest response. Truly. We are a nascent community establishing boundaries. On the one hand, this is a how-to video. Revelatory, step by step, procedural.
The pervs at our office tried to buy the Official Lady Gaga blow up doll yesterday. It was recently introduced with lots of fanfare by aptly named company, pipedream products.
So, here's the scoop, ladies (via legitimate news source ABC news, nonetheless!): "We all know what the little blue pill can do for men, but now ladies, meet the G-shot...
Whoa. Look what we found in the mainframe. Let's say you're a 15-year-old boy nerd looking to SCORE. Real life experience has been... limited. (Ok, you're a virgin.) Lara Croft was inspired (nine years ago when you were six-years-old!). So, where are the sex-ed tutorials that are awesomely geek-friendly? You can turn to internet porn. But frankly, where's the romance in that? You can read the Kama Sutra. But really. Sanskrit and Asian cartoon drawings? At long last, everything a boy nerd need...
Somewhere in the faraway land of Russia, the female form is used for more than one of the most popular deadly sins. The women pictured below made a pin up calendar to... ahem, arouse... awareness of Russia's social and economic issues by posing in politically-themed cosplay.
Finally, gamers can do it in style. And by "it", yes, I mean IT. Graphic designer Ben Marsh has come up with a collection of awesome packaging for condoms, in the style of old Game Boy games. Don't miss the crudely fun "instruction sheet" at the bottom of the page.
We've shown you before, but in anticipation of tomorrow's release of Tron: Legacy, we're going to show you again: The Art of Tron-a-Sutra.
Spike TV has created a series of provocative how-to's, targeting their core audience, the young male viewer. Clearly, the show's advertisers must be tolerant. This particular video has researched well the topic of massage and prostitution.
Happy Whore-o-ween! It's that time of year again for ladies to shed their inhibitions, show off the booty, and debase themselves. It's no great surprise that Jersey Shore is 2010's most popular costume choice.
This is not very complicated. High end publisher Taschen has produced 372 pages of glossy bootyliciousness. Enjoy the preview.
Air sex is kinda like competitive air guitar. Except instead of publicly demonstrating your Rock Band skills, you're pantomiming what goes on in the bedroom... on stage.
Playboy has launched a naughty Tron-inspired editorial entitled "Game On", starring Irina Voronina and Sasckya Porto. See more images and behind-the-scenes video at Playboy or learn to do it Tron-style with WonderHowTo's guide to Tron-a-Sutra (the more Tron-sexiness the better).
Most kids go through sex education these days, but when it comes down to it, do they really practice safe sex? GOOD and Column Five have created an interesting infographic depicting statistics on condom use in teens and adults with data compiled from several sources.
Whether you're an Obama lover or Obama hater, here's your chance to, ahem, screw him, somewhat literally. The president starred in the recent Sex Culture Festival in the southern city of Guangzhou, China. The screen-printed blow up doll is shown photographed next to his fellow adult toy compatriots.
Sad story: a 50-year-old businessman recently lost his lover, and grief stricken, created a sex doll replica of the deceased woman. The 18-month-long painstaking process required dozens of photos to recreate an "exact" plastic copy of her face and body shape. £15,000 ($23,169) later, the clone was finished, complete with articulated joints, a titanium skeleton and lifelike skin.
Heed the NSFW. This is some mature content. So, IF you're at work on this fine Saturday morning, you may want to hover over "minimize"...
Poor England. Poor Ghana. The World Cup fanbase certainly has a hot chick (or two) waiting in the wings, prepared to "commingle" with some super hot World Cup players. Unfortunately, for England and Ghana, that is absolutely not an option.
National Geographic's new sex-ed show uses real people to depict the great sperm race: 250 million sperm racing to be the first to reach the egg.