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The Bare Bones
Science is seriously amazing, you guys: a surgeon in North Carolina has invented a device that would let women give themselves orgasms at the touch of a button.
Lets just say if New Yorkers ever rode into battle, they would do so without wearing any armor. Read More
Observer Sex: The J Spot
The temperature in New York is dropping, but panties are not. Read More
How do you know when it’s the real thing or just a spark, a genetic match that sets your loins afire while turning your life upside down? Read More
The film begins as a study session but as it goes on, five women undress, go to a hallway, cover themselves with raw eggs and then there’s a dead bird. Read More
I’d heard about Greg from other girls I’d worked with—cocktail waitresses and bartenders—but when I first met him, in 2009, he appeared no different than your average wealthy, white man. In his late 40s with blue eyes and gray hair, he seemed the kind of upper-class suburbanite who might play golf at some country club on the weekend. Which he did.
Congressman Michael Grimm is rejecting reports suggesting he had sex in the bathroom of a Brooklyn wine bar right before the Washington shutdown began two weeks ago.
Mr. Grimm reportedly spent an unusually long time in the bathroom of The Owl’s Head in Bay Ridge–pegged by the New York Post at 17 minutes–with an unidentified woman. But Mr. Grimm, who is single, flat-out denied the accusation that anything inappropriate occurred.
“That’s every girl’s dream!” gushed model Karlie Kloss on the steps of Musée Galliera in Paris at the recent opening of a retrospective on the works of French-Algerian designer Azzedine Alaïa. “I think there is no other designer in the world that can dress a woman’s model in the way that Alaïa can,” she continued with a cat-like smirk. “The way that he uses fabrics and textures and keeps that classic silhouette—incredibly sexy.”
Fed up seeing your ex swooning over another woman, fresh on the heels of your breakup? One Houston woman decided to take matters into her own hands, and instead of just Facebook stalking both of them, posted the photo and address of her ex’s new girlfriend in a Craigslist ad soliciting sex.
Facebook has no patience for boobies–not even the feathered kind. The social media site reportedly took immediate action after the Christmas Island Tourism Board posted an ad for its annual Bird’n'Nature Week that read: “Some gorgeous shots here of some juvenile boobies.”
Of course, ornithologists and casual weekend bird-watchers alike know that “boobies”—besides being, you know, boobies—are also a type of goofy-looking bird found on islands and along coastlines, including on Christmas Island, a small Australian territory in the Indian Ocean.