Thursday, September 17, 2009

Not Your Average Doll

The lovely Loly even has a tattoo.

We all know that blow up dolls exist and most of us have probably heard of the very realistic woman-like dolls that have been created. Well it's getting better. During a routine look at my Bust Magazine newsletter, I learned about a new sex doll that is a bit too womanly.

Bust said this:
"...a German company called First Androids wants you to get just a bit closer to actually being with a real lady…their sex doll breaths, has a pulse, can perform oral sex acts and has a g-spot that responds to orgasm!"

Hey, if she wants to take over some of the workload, why not? I'm sure a few women out there might be a little appreciative. What a doll.

"Sexpot of the Week" -- Aubrey O'Day

If you're not a fan of overt sexuality and like subtle sexiness, Aubrey O'Day is not gonna do it for you. She's smutty. Slutty. And puts it all out there. While I understand the lure of subtlety, I like plenty of overtly sexual chicks in the media. I'm amused by breast exposure, dirty words coming out of a pretty girl's mouth, and political uncorrectedness.

Fortunately, Aubrey has accomplished all three. And if that's not enough I respect her balls (albeit hidden) to repeatedly mouth off to/battle P. Diddy and to conveniently claim to be bisexual. She has taboo covered and pardon me, but I like my smut.

Friday, September 11, 2009

Ben & Jerry, Not Ben & Mary

Ben & Jerry's has changed its classic "Chubby Hubby" ice cream flavor to "Hubby Hubby" in support of gay marriage and as a celebration to Vermont's decision to allow it. I think they have balls and I love when companies have balls! Go get a tub to show support--the new label is only on shelves for a limited time. Click here to read more.

"Sex in Art" Weekly Picks

Lidy Jacobs

Jackson Eaton

Jasper Goodall

zombie-lovers by xstuntkidx

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Shout Out to CNBC for Getting Interesting

I'd like to take this opportunity to give CNBC a shout out for the very informative and enticing specials they have aired in the past weeks. Just recently, they have delved into the business side of very naughty industries.

The first two specials I saw were on the porn industry and ultimate fighting. Then last week I saw one on marijuana and its abundance in California. On top of that, they have an ongoing show called "American Greed." Sex, drugs, violence, and greed. CNBC, you get the Taboo stamp of approval.

"Sex in Art" Weekly Picks

Van Rijn

Michaƫl Hiep Painting

Daikichi Amano

Some new "Sex In Art." I don't really get the last one, but whatever. It's still interesting.