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Get Kinky With It: A Beginner’s Guide to Exploring the Dark Side

Advice & How Tos, Love, Sex January 27, 2016

Exploring kinks can be one of the most exciting types of intimacy, but if you’re new to the idea, you may be wondering where to start. What if your partner doesn’t like it? What if you’re not sure what you like? Kink is really personal, and no two experiences are alike—but a few basics can take your sex life from vanilla to wildberry in no time.

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Mr. Peluche: The Art of Micro-Porn

Art, Photography, Sex July 1, 2015

The purpose in creating small-scale art enables Mr. Peluche to highlight the unseen in a large world. From his vantage point, his work is on public display but yet does not exist because of undiscerning eyes. According to the media-shy Mr. Peluche, “Our society is suffering from gigantism, and I want my street art to focus on the nearly invisible.”

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Slick Willy: What’s Your Penis Persona?

Advice & How Tos, Sex June 26, 2015

Understand the penis, you’ll understand, a bit more, about the man. So we’ve gone through some very deep physical therapy sessions to catch a glimpse of the various penis personality types. And of course, there are endless nuances making each penis unique and special in its own right, but these broad strokes can help you understand what you are working with.

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Like to Watch: Our Top 15 Porn Parodies

Art, Film, Sex March 17, 2015

Porn parodies, a once cheap sub-genre of the adult movie market, are big business these days. Vivid and Hustler are now cranking out four to six of the movies a year and timing their releases to coincide with the mainstream films hit theaters. With budgets rivaling mainstream production houses, these porn parodies are filled with expensive special effects, real plots, actors that can (sometimes) act and quality costumes that even hard-core fans find authentic.

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Rebecca Cooper: Clockwork Pornage

Art, Photography March 16, 2015

At first glance, Rebecca Cooper’s art seems to reflect some kind of fleshy whirling-dervish collage. Look too long, and you may become overwhelmed by the shape and form versus the content. But upon closer examination, something seems a bit off, and as the eye begin to focus, you’ll start to notice intricately mirrored arrangements of porn images.

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