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Loud Carnal Sounds Interrupt Tennis Match

An outdoor professional tennis match in Florida came to a brief halt amid sounds of loud sex.

Frances Tiafoe was about to serve Mitchell Krueger during their Tuesday night match in the Sarasota Open when he paused and flashed a smile of disbelief over the sound of a woman moaning in pleasure. Broadcaster Mike Cation initially described the sounds as coming from someone playing a pornographic video in the stands, but later said they were coming from an apartment nearby.

Both players had fun with the situation while the crowd laughed. Krueger hit a ball sharply in the direction of the sounds, and Tiafoe screamed, “It can’t be that good!”

Cation later saluted the responsible couple on Twitter, writing “Sounds like you guys had a good time!”

I May Love The Swinger Lifestyle, But I Still Get Jealous

And I’m working on it…


Before I met my wife, I didn’t think I was a jealous person. I was never the type to have a problem with close male friends, time spent with others or friendships with exes. I always thought I was very secure and confident in what I had to offer and in the fact that she chose me — and if she later chose otherwise, that was her loss.

But when my wife and I started dating, that proved no longer to be true. She had one close male friend I very much disliked and whose friendship with her put me on edge. I never told her to stop spending time with him, but I was open with her about my feelings. My personal dislike of him meant that she, almost by necessity, spent less time with him, and their friendship faded.

When we first began exploring non-monogamy, seeing my wife flirting with the wrong guy would sometimes send my stomach into knots.

I didn’t like feeling like a jealous person — and not just because “jealous” is a four-letter-word in this community. It just didn’t jive with my mental image of myself.

There must be something else going on, I thought. Sure, I love my wife in a way, and to a degree, I’d never felt during previous relationships, but could that really be all there was?

Over time, I was able to recognize and work through some of my other fears, particularly my concerns about being replaced as my wife’s “favorite” and “best,” but there was clearly another distinct feeling I could not understand.

I found another piece of the puzzle during a swinger party we attended with a close female friend of ours — a woman whom we’ve gotten to know very well and who we now consider a close friend even outside of the non-monogamy sphere. Watching her flirt and play at that party elicited many of the same “jealousy” feelings in me I’d previously had with my wife.

This doesn’t make sense, I thought. Of course, I care a great deal for his woman, but my feelings for her were not on a par with those for my wife. Why, then, was I having the same, and new, “jealous” response?

This all finally clicked when I realized there were several guys at the party who elicited none of these feelings in me when they flirted with her.

“What makes these men different,” I wondered.

One day, after watching my wife flirt at a party and feeling those hallmark stomach knots, then later watching her go down on a different guy and having no problems at all, it hit me:

I’m not feeling jealous when men flirt with my wife and this woman we both care about — I am feeling protective of them.

The difference comes from the fact that I want these women treated with respect. I want their safety and consent absolutely guaranteed and I want them to be eager and active participants who are well taken care of. If those things are true, then I’m totally fine with them being with other men.

A guy who goes slowly, behaves respectfully and shows he’s interested in more than just “gettin’ some” is going to be someone I’m totally OK with. If I don’t feel like these basic things are true — if a guy comes off as sleazy, presumes consent, or seems like he’s trying to push her limits — that’s what triggers my stomach-in-knots reaction.

For the record, sometimes the woman in question agrees with me, but often it’s clear their tolerance is much higher than mine.

You might say that this is some kind of patriarchal, anti-feminist response I need to get over. These are two brilliant, well-educated, and responsible women who don’t need me making their decisions for them. And of course, that’s right.

But my reaction is also partly based on my knowledge that they both have trouble saying ‘No.’ They’re people pleasers who don’t like to rock the boat. They’re both working on that, and again, it’s not my place to turn their ‘Yes’ into a ‘No.’ But I will not hesitate to check in and give them another chance to change their minds or offer to be the bad-guy who can verbalize their ‘No’ even if they wouldn’t.

It’s often said that the things that we hate about others are the things we hate about ourselves.

That’s definitely at play here.

I am uncomfortable with the idea of “seduction” (even if I will toot my own horn and say that I can be pretty good at it). I’d rather live in a world of explicit, verbal consent. But I have pushed my luck more than a few times, and the reason I make such a point of emphasizing consent, in my own play and in theirs, is because it’s something I’ve had to make a conscious effort with. I expect the same kind of effort, and frankly an even higher level of success at it, from men who want my approval to be with women I care about.

Do those men need it? No.

Do these women need to care about it? Definitely not.

But being honest with myself and with them about my feelings is vital to this kind of non-monogamy, and to the self-knowledge I’ve been able to glean from these experiences has been crucial to that communication.

This article was originally published at Life On The Swingset. Reprinted with permission from the author.

We Make Sure We’re in the same Pile

Swinging neighbours who found love after they were dumped on the SAME DAY reveal details of foursomes and ‘moresomes’

Carol and David, both 54, from Montreal, Canada, have been swingers for around nine years and are now sharing lessons on how to spice things up with other couplesCarol and David were neighbours and started out as friends before things progressed to more

By Natalie Keegan

A COUPLE who started a new life together after both of their partners dumped them on the same day have told how SWINGING and sex parties have changed their lives.

Happy couple Carol and David, both 54, from Montreal, Canada, have been swingers for around nine years and are now sharing lessons on how to spice things up with other couples.

Carol and David were neighbours and started out as friends before things progressed to more

The pair became friends after both of their exes dumped them on the same day – so they could start a relationship together.

Carol said: “David and I supported one another through our divorces and we became friends, then best friends, then f*** buddies and we fell in love.”

The pair married in 2013, at the age of 50 and Carol says life “has never been better”.

The couple didn’t realise their past marriages had been that bad until they met each other.

Carol and David have been swingers for around nine yearsDavid said: “It wasn’t like we had great marriages, they were pretty rocky and at the time we didn’t know that our marriages were sexless and boring.”

The duo didn’t start off as swingers but have always had great communication and trust in each other – which helped to ease them into the lifestyle.

Carol and David have been swingers for around nine years

Carol said: “We started to explore different avenues and about two years into our relationship, when we went on vacation together to a topless resort in Mexico, that’s where we learned about swinging.

“We didn’t plan the lifestyle at home for quite a while. Then after a few years we started going to our local swingers clubs – it was a long time of getting into it.”

The pair admit they didn’t realise their past marriages were that bad until they met each other

The pair admit they didn’t realise their past marriages were that bad until they met each other

David explained: “Once we tried it, we never looked back.”

Carol and David are “full swap” swingers – which means they “play” with other couples including sex with penetration. “Soft swap” swingers “play” with other couples – but have sex without penetration.

Carol said: “We like foursomes and moresomes and we only play together… same room, same bed, same pile.

If ever one of us needs help ‘finishing’ we are always close enough to assist.

“We like to be near enough to each other that we can see, hear and touch the other during sexy play.

“We get turned-on when the other gets turned-on – and if ever one of us needs help ‘finishing’ we are close enough to assist.

“We always make sure we both have orgasms before the playing is done.”

And when it comes to swinging, the pair prefer playing with couples near their own age – and love the social aspect of meeting new friends.

The loved-up duo now have a large circle of swinger pals and mostly meet new couples via friends of friends, at their local swingers’ club or on holiday.

Carol added: “We don’t really discriminate with respect to age.

“Often, younger couples like to be with more experienced swingers.

“So, if we are approached by a younger couple and the chemistry fits, then we will play with younger couples too.”

We like foursomes and moresomes and we only play together… same room, same bed, same pile.

These days, the couple mainly “play” at weekends – and aim for around two weekends every month.

Carol said: “Saturday nights at the swinger’s club are usually for couples only (no single men allowed) so we prefer to go then.

“We also get invited to private house parties or host private parties ourselves at a hotel suite.

“When we travel with our swinger friends, we often play every day during the trip – it just depends where we are and who we are with.”

Now, the pair host their own radio show called ‘The Sexy Lifestyle with Carol and David’ on where they give advice to couples from all walks of life – not just those who swing.

One of the couple’s anecdotes is “XXX for better sex” – which stands for express, explore and experience.

Carol says that couples should follow ‘XXX for better sex’

David added: “The most spectacular part for us was how it made us realise how strong and good our relationship was and how much better our communication skills got.

“Even before getting into swinging, we tried new things and it really brought out the best in us.

“We’ve learnt lessons, we saw how important sex is in a relationship and our radio show is all about talking to couples, not swingers but regular people (or ‘vanilla’ couples) and helping them to spice it up!

“We call it ‘live healthy, happy and horny’.

“Swinger couples, the majority of them are strong, are open, are honest, do have good sex lives – so we said let’s take that and build upon it.”

Carol and David live by the mantra: “XXX for better sex”.

The three Xs stand for Express, Explore and Experience.

Carol says: “Expression is the first step, first you start talking about it, then you start exploring what your options are and then you experience it.

“Then you start again – it’s a big circle.”

David adds: “You talk about what you did like, what you didn’t like and what you could do to make it better.

“Everyone has a different definition of sexy – everybody can do ‘sexy’ a little bit different.

“There’s no right or wrong – it’s what’s good for each couple.

“Call us, ask us in an email and send us some questions!”

Before meeting David, Carol would never have thought about swinging and didn’t even realise the world they now enjoy existed.

And, while some may assume a swinging lifestyle may cause rifts or jealousies, both of them are adamant that this is not the case with them.

On their radio show, they advise couples to get talking about what they do and don’t like in the bedroomCarol says: “We’re monogamous emotionally – but physically we like to have sex with other people.

“It’s purely physical, purely for sexual pleasure.”

On their radio show, they advise couples to get talking about what they do and don’t like in the bedroom

The couple are now passionate about making other couples the best that they can be and promote something they call ‘The Sexy Lifestyle’ – which aims to add “spice” to daily life.

David added: “We didn’t know this world existed until we talked to people, so we talk to people about different ways they can ‘live sexy’.

“We don’t promote swinging, we promote having great relationships – and we believe that great relationships start in the bedroom.

“We want people to open up the dialogue in their relationship and get people talking about what they do and don’t like.

You can learn more about Carol and David at, or by following them on Facebook or Instagram.

To tune into their Voice America radio show, click here.

Pornhub Won April Fools’ Day With Diabolical Social Media Prank


Nobody wants their deepest, dirtiest secrets to be shared with all their friends and family—social media hasn’t become that personal yet. But that familiar fear was the inspiration for the latest April Fool’s Day prank from the jokesters at Pornhub, who scared some of their loyal users half to death with a terrifying trick.

Users who pulled up a video to watch on the website received a message informing them that Pornhub had activated a new, automatic video-sharing feature:

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Needless to say, this supposed “feature” didn’t go over too well with people who were trying to keep their porn-watching habits anonymous:

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Ain’t even gone lie, @Pornhub‘s April Fool’s prank had me shook for a sec. 😂

Pornhub’s April Fool’s joke gave no less than 3,000 people a heart attack today

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Pornhub’s april fool’s gag was absolutely diabolical

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Pornhub’s April Fool’s joke omg

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April fools 2017 winner goes to… 😂

Thankfully for all parties involved, one quick click revealed the nature of the prank and assuaged fears of accidentally sharing your porn habits with mom and dad:

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This isn’t the first time Pornhub messed with their audience on April Fool’s Day. In 2016, they turned the page into a landing spot for vegetable enthusiasts, redesigning and renaming their site “Cornhub” for the day. They’re a company that gets into the spirit of April Fool’s, even if this year’s joke hit a lot closer to home.

It should be noted that Pornhub does have a sharing feature that allows active users to show off their favorite videos to their friends on Twitter, Reddit, and a number of other social feeds. I don’t think I’ve ever personally known someone who openly shared their porn-watching habits with the broadest audience possible. But if you’re happy to let your freak flag fly, Pornhub’s latest April Fool’s Day prank isn’t likely to faze you one bit.

Engineer Creates Sex Robot That Needs To Be Romanced First

Sergi Santos is a person with a mission: He needs to verify robotic intercourse dolls that benefit from the intercourse as a lot because the people ― or a minimum of act like they do.
The Barcelona-based engineer has simply created a intercourse doll named “Samantha,” who is supplied with the most recent developments in synthetic intelligence.
Because the video above demonstrates, Samantha responds when the person touches her arms and hips by saying constructive statements like “I really like this” and “Good and mild” in a singsong voice.
“Principally she likes to be touched. She has totally different modes of interplay ― she has romantic, she has household and she or he has additionally horny modes,” Santos instructed Ruptly TV.
Santos additionally stated she “likes” to be kissed whereas placing his finger in her mouth, in a fashion that’s not awkward in any respect.
Santos stated it doesn’t take a lot for Samantha to answer romantic overtures.
“Usually she likes to be kissed at all times and likewise she responds to, mainly, the G-spot and likewise the breasts,” he stated. “She additionally responds to the arms.”
Nevertheless, she’s no certain factor.
Santos stated she is programmed to need romance first, then get comfy earlier than getting sexual.
“The target, the ultimate goal of the sexual mode is to offer her an orgasm,” stated Santos.
Watch her heated response in yet one more awkward screenshot:
Santos is now promoting Samantha at for round $5,374. The video under exhibits the doll expressing each affection and concern of rejection earlier than getting aroused sufficient to ask for an Ed Sheeran music on Pandora.
Santos’ intercourse doll could also be an development over different robots, however he admits some relations want he’d focus his priorities on different pursuits.
“My aunt asked me if you can create a doll to cook,” he instructed the Catalan language web site Regio 7. “And I stated, “Sure. It’s a query of value.”

I Got Botox in My Scrotum and My Sex Life Has Never Been Better

The procedure is called “Scrotox” and it smooths out wrinkles in the scrotum.

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Wanting to smooth forehead wrinkles is one thing, but men, whose use of cosmetic fillers has risen 355 percent from 2000 to 2015, have begun to inject Botox into an unlikely place: Their scrotum. The procedure is called “Scrotox,” a term made famous by a 2010 Saturday Night Live sketch. While injecting Botox into the scrotum has gone viral for cosmetic reasons, actual medical research is slim. “There’s literally only one peer-reviewed manuscript on Scrotox, and it wasn’t for cosmetic; it was for scrotal pain,” says Dr. Mary K. Samplaski, resident scrotum expert at the University of Southern California, Institute of Urology.

Men looking to smooth their sack often seek out plastic surgeons like Dr. John Mesa, who has performed Scrotox (solely using Botox for its reliability) on 10 men in the past year. Botox relaxes muscles, allowing the testicles to drop lower, which can make your balls look bigger. According to Mesa, Scrotox mimics the effect of a warm day: the balls appear lower and look smoother with fewer wrinkles. The cost of Scrotox is the roughly same as regular Botox, or $520-$800 per session.

While the procedure is believed to be as safe as Botox anywhere else on the body, injecting neurotoxins into your scrotum can seem daunting. If testicles become too hot, a man can risk becoming sterile. As Dr. Mesa explains, however, since Scrotox causes the balls to drop lower rather than closer to the body, “…I would say Botox in the scrotum would be more beneficial because it keeps the temperature of the testicles lower.” spoke to one man who received Scrotox for cosmetic reasons. Here’s what he had to say about the procedure.


“I’m a 29-year-old man, I live in Manhattan, and yes, I got Scrotox. I’m a physician myself, an internist. Botox, especially on your scrotum, can still have some stigma depending on who you are talking to, so because I’m a physician, I wanted to be confidential. I do have a bunch of friends who have been getting Botox or plastic surgeries, and some of them are actually guys. I can sense that it’s an increasing trend for guys to be more open to plastic surgery and procedures such as Scrotox.

Dr. Mesa has done Botox for me before, about a year and a half ago. I had some done on my forehead because I have wrinkles and I wanted to avoid them getting worse as a preventative measure.

I learned about Scrotox through my girlfriend, who is also a physician. She said that she heard a friend talking about it. She had never mentioned or complained about how my scrotum looked before, but after hearing about the procedure from friends she became curious, and started joking around about me getting it done. She’d say, ‘You know what, what do you think about this?’ At first, I was like, ‘That sounds pretty crazy.’ But she just kept joking around that it could be good for sex, so I began to become curious myself. We began doing research together about the procedure, and read user reviews that said since Scrotox makes the balls hang lower and looser, my [scrotum] would make contact better with her skin during sex. In particular, [it would] stimulate the clitoris more. We also were curious about it making sex better for me, as looser balls could feel more comfortable for me as well.

We’re a couple who enjoys trying new things together, and since we’re also both physicians, we’re comfortable with medical procedures. After reading comments on plastic surgery online forums, and noticing a consistency (no one wrote that they had regretted it) and then discussing with friends in the medical field, I decided to go for it. Honestly, it was curiosity, and a desire to try something new with my girlfriend, that lead me from originally thinking the idea was crazy to wanting to give it a shot. Why not?

So in July, I had the procedure done. The day I went into Dr. Mesa’s office, my girlfriend told me she was excited, and my thoughts were mostly nervous excitement. It’s an invasive procedure, and obviously the genitals are a sensitive region, but then again so is the face, and I’d already had Botox done there with no problem.

Compared to Botox on my forehead, the procedure was similar; but yes, as it turns out this is definitely a more sensitive area. Honestly, though, I was expecting it to be a little bit more painful. At the beginning when they apply the anesthetic you can feel that, and that’s uncomfortable for a few seconds, and then you don’t really feel any pain during the actual injections. While the procedure feels like 10 hours due to nerves, it actually only takes about 10-15 minutes. My doctor engaged me in small talk the entire time to help distract me.

It’s a little bit sore and sensitive for a few hours after, but by the next day I felt fine. The results don’t happen right away, but within that week or so I did feel like my scrotum was more relaxed than before. They are not loose all the time, which is one of the things I was not expecting. It was after the results had set in, about five days afterward, when I showed my girlfriend and we had sex. She was pleased with both the results and that I was open-minded enough to try the Scrotox. The sex was great! It did make the sex more enjoyable. While it doesn’t make sex last longer, along with the aesthetics, my lower-hanging, relaxed and looser balls were more stimulating for my girlfriend. For her, she says it does stimulate the vulva region more and perhaps even the clitoris [when we have sex in certain positions]. As they are lower, they can reach places on her body better.

I think overall, the biggest effect the procedure had on our relationship is that I showed I was willing to be being open minded and giving it a shot for her; that was a very positive outcome of the procedure. Trying new things together sexually is something that both of us enjoy a lot, and that has positively affected our relationship and my self-confidence.

If you are considering this procedure, do your research. I have friends who are plastic surgeons, and I asked them: ‘What do you think about this procedure?’ They said, ‘We think it’s safe, we think it can help, but it’s relatively new, so we are still learning the long-term side effects. But it appears to be safe, so if you want to give it a try find a good plastic surgeon.’

I was happy with his procedure, and I’m happy with the results, and so is my girlfriend. I’m scheduled to go back in two weeks for another injection.”

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The naked cleaners: dusting without doing the dirty

nude-cleaner11weweWorldwide ‘naked cleaners’ are not so uncommon. Most cleaners do a lot more than cleaning by the way. But in the UK the naked cleaning concept is pure and simple just cleaning. Like Emily Nikols does.

The Daily Mail comes up with the story of the 25-year old young mother who is paid to scrub men’s houses completely naked, except for rubber gloves.

Emily, who is currently on maternity leave, found her lucrative new career, she is paid about 55 dollar per hour, after a tip from a friend. He told her about the possibility of cleaning houses completely in the nude.

Searching online she found the company Naturist Cleaners, which employs almost 80 male and female staff across the UK.

The husband of Emily hesitated when his wife told her about her new job, but when he found that it had nothing to do with sex, he gave in. “My customers are forbidden from making any advances at all. Most of them are naturist and I do feel comfortable with nudity, so being naked doesn’t faze me at all”, she says in The Daily Mail.

That a perfect body is not necessary to be a naked cleaner is something that Emily confirms: “I am on maternity leave and my body still shows stretch marks and I haven’t lost all my extra kilo’s yet. This job fits in really well round my daughter, and besides that, it is a well-paid job.”

The cleaning firm’s company director Laura Smith started out with a ‘normal’ cleaning company, but after a request to come and do the cleaning in the nude, I turned my business into ‘Naturist Cleaners and offer services to both male and female clients and employs both male and female cleaners.
Smith: “Especially these days, when there is a full market of naughty adult services out there, we want to send out the right message. We want people to understand this is not sexual – we do not do anything else than just professional cleaning. There has to be mutual respect.”

Sex and dentistry: I made a fellatio prosthetic for my mouth

Dentist-turned-artist Kuang-Yi Ku wants to change the way we think about medicine – and our mouths – with custom sex prosthetics. Frank Swain tried it out

A close-up of a completed oral sex prosthetic retainer Kuang-Yi Ku
By Frank Swain

To my right, a woman with pink hair is struggling to keep a cup of goopy blue silicone in her mouth. To my left, a man is fashioning tiny nipples from alginate. Around us all are eyeless dummies with mouths gaping in silent laughter at the scene. We’re in the dentistry school lab at King’s College London, which has been taken over for the day by Taiwanese artist Kuang-Yi Ku for his Fellatio Modification Project.

The workshop is part of a new exhibition in London by Science Gallery – a network of exhibition spaces focussed on art-science collaborations. The exhibition, called Mouthy: Into the Orifice, features a collection of installations, activities and lectures to explore the world of all things oral-maxillary. Having worked as a dentist for six years, Ku is now producing speculative design projects at the Design Academy in Eindhoven, the Netherlands.

Science doesn’t have a great track record when it comes to incorporating human sexuality into research and practice. Dentistry, for example, considers three functions for the oral cavity: aesthetics, pronunciation and mastication. “There is another function, sex, which is never mentioned in the textbooks,” says Ku. “I’m from the gay community and I realised that the medical school is a very patriarchal system, very serious, and the professors are very traditional, particularly in Asian countries. So I wanted to approach that relationship.”

Instead of treating disease and restoring normal function to the mouth, Ku imagines dentists enhancing it along one particular line, the act of performing fellatio. To do this, he created retainers which offer a more intense sexual experience for your (male) partner.

A medical drawing of the sex prosthetic with text that reads “The Fellatio Modification Project. Stage 1, Modify the orthodontic retainer that would be worn by patients by covering the upper palate of the retainer with soft denture reline material, which emulates real soft tissue, to create an embossed surface. During oral sex, the back and forth contacts with the raised surface would enhance the physical pleasure”
Kuang-Yi Ku

Alongside 30 open-minded strangers, I’m here to try making one myself. The first step is having a dental impression taken. This is where the blue goop comes in. I’ve done this before when I was fitted for set of braces as a teenager, but I have something now that I didn’t have then – a full moustache and beard, which threatens to be clotted with cemented rubber by the end of the process.

“Don’t do it,” warns an equally hirsute dental student, “It’s impossible to get out, and trying to hurts.” He’s using the training dummy in front of him as a stand in. I opt for the personal approach – in for a penny, in for a pound – and miraculously keep all the silicone in my mouth.

Among the participants I chat to are several journalists, students, a designer who worked on the Mouthy imagery, an old school friend of the artist and several women from the student LGBT society. However, I can’t find anybody in the workshop willing to admit they’ve signed up for practical reasons. “I thought it would be interesting” is the stock reply.

Crafting fellatio aids seems a tad irrelevant for the lesbians in the room, though Ku emphasises that the LGBT community are more openly interested in body modification as a whole. I asked Andrea Bandelli, executive director of Science Gallery International, why that is.

“For many LGBT people there is so much social pressure on shedding or hiding one’s identity, and therefore an inner demand to find ways to design and express another,” he says. “This project was exactly hitting that note – allowing a conversation about this issue, and showing how art and science can provide a platform for this conversation.”

A close-up of the retainer on a plaster case of someone’s teeth and mouthKuang-Yi Ku

After filling the silicone cast with plaster, I have an exact copy of my teeth. Add one thin sheet of thermoplastic, a little heat and suction, and I have a personal retainer. The next step for everyone is to design our dream oral sex prosthetic, adding texture through tiny rubber bumps, cones, ribs and ripples.

Which is where we come unstuck a bit, as many of the people in the room aren’t exactly sure what men want in their partner’s prosthetic. But by the end, I’m rather proud of my effort – a tidy arrangement of bumps and cones.

Science gallery director Daniel Glaser tells us there’s a bigger point to be made. “A lot of health thinking is moving away from helping the negative of disease, the negative of death, the negative of pain, and moving toward something in its own right, the positive things we should be striving for through all kinds of interventions,” he says. “So this is part of a movement using technology and using science to improve life and not just to reduce harm.”

The dimpled retainer is just stage one of Ku’s imaginative vision. Further iterations involve the introduction of living tissue onto the prosthetic for a more lifelike feel, and ultimately grafting these living protrusions into the mouth cavity for a permanent upgrade to your oral prowess. While tissue engineering exists for restoring normal sexual function, such as lab-grown vaginas, this would take the practice into the arena of human enhancement.

“With this design no one knows you love oral sex,” says Ku. “But in the second part of the project we change the appearance of the mouth, to show your sexual preference by your appearance.” Like birds with specialised beaks, Ku imagines a world where we don’t simply embrace our diverse sexuality, but mould our bodies into a vibrant expression of it. That’s certainly something to smile about.

Scarlett Johansson: Monogamy is ‘unnatural’

Scarlett Johansson believes monogamy is “unnatural”.

Scarlett JohanssonThe ‘Captain America: Civil War’ star thinks it is “a lot of work” to be in a relationship with just one person but understands the notion that marriage is “very romantic”.

She said: “Well, with every gain there’s a loss, right? So that’s a loss. You have to choose a path. I think the idea of marriage is very romantic; it’s a beautiful idea, and the practice of it can be a very beautiful thing. I don’t think it’s natural to be a monogamous person. I might be skewered for that, but I think it’s work. It’s a lot of work.

“And the fact that it is such work for so many people – for everyone – the fact of that proves that it is not a natural thing. It’s something I have a lot of respect for and have participated in, but I think it definitely goes against some instinct to look beyond.”

And the 32-year-old actress – who was married to Ryan Reynolds between 2008 and 2011 and is thought to have now separated from her second husband Romain Dauriac – feels marriage can “change” a relationship and sees getting hitched as a “responsibility”.

She told the March/April issue of Playboy magazine: “I think marriage initially involves a lot of people who have nothing to do with your relationship, because it’s a legally binding contract, and that has a weight to it.

“Being married is different than not being married, and anybody who tells you that it’s the same is lying. It changes things. I have friends who were together for 10 years and then decided to get married, and I’ll ask them on their wedding day or right after if it’s different, and it always is. It is. It’s a beautiful responsibility, but it’s a responsibility.”

Healing Crystal Dildos Are Here to Make Your Vagina a Magical Place

Healing crystals have been a wellness trend for quite some time now, with a cult following of people who swear by their therapeutic properties. While some choose to harness the rocks’ energy in the form of pyramid-shaped decor or jewelry, one innovative company has delved into previously untrekked territory: the crystal dildo market. Yes, you read that correctly.

Chakrubs dubs itself as “the original crystal sex toy company,” with all of its products being made from 100 percent pure crystal. Chakrubs derives its name from Chakra, the Sanskrit word that describes energy wheels. The company produces handmade dildos made from precious minerals like rose quartz and pure amethyst, which each provide their own respective healing properties.

The best part about these dildos? They practically double as home decor, so you totally avoid the semi-awkward moment when a visitor spots your self-pleasuring gadget on your bedside table.

To learn more about these beautiful sex toys, we spoke with the company’s creator, Vanessa Cuccia, who founded Chakrubs with a desire to explore her own sensuality in a new way. Run-of-the-mill dildos just weren’t cutting it for her, so she turned to Mother Earth for the answer. “I wanted something that would allow me to tune in, to turn on, and crystals were a natural choice,” Vanessa explained. “There was nothing like Chakrubs in the market, so I decided to go forward with creating something that I wanted for myself, trusting that other people would want it as well.”

Though she admitted that some people seemed “a little confused” by the brand at first, the company’s testimonials page is now flooded with diehard Chakrub advocates demonstrating praise for the products and their healing powers. One reviewer wrote, “It makes me feel more alive,” while another explained, “My Chakrub is calming for my anxiety and though I’ve got a long way to go, it has notably increased my ability to see my self-worth again.”

The company’s official website states that using these intriguing toys results in “learning to quiet the mind in order to feel subtle energies, develop emotional intelligence, strengthen self-awareness, and accepting every aspect of who you are.” It goes on to explain how using them “not only gets you off, but turns you on in a way in which you will remain turned on and awakened with a renewed sense of self-awareness and wisdom.” Vanessa added that using these crystal products combines sexuality and spirituality, resulting in an overall increase in self-love.

Sounds pretty convincing, right? Before you sit back and take a ride on the Crystal Express to Pleasure Town, allow us to quickly remind you of the buzz surrounding Gwyneth Paltrow and her overpriced vaginal jade eggs. In case you missed it, a gynecologist advised avoiding Paltrow’s viral eggs because of potential health risks, such as bacterial vaginosis and toxic shock syndrome. Yikes! Because of the controversy regarding these eggs, it may be best to check with your gyno before investing in your first Chakrub toy.

Whether you choose to get behind the Chakrubs trend or not, we can’t help but wonder: is Spencer Pratt secretly behind all of this?

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