Taste of Love

13 February 2009

Sex is invariably associated with the consumption and not necessarily in a negative sense.

We say “i would eat You all” ,we lick, bite…….we give food names to our sexual organs: peach, oyster, cabbage, fig, banana, sousage…..

Remember one of the most famous scenes of erotic movie ‘9 and 1 / 2 weeks ‘ when Mickey Rourke feed Kim Basinger with her eyes tied…..

Honey and milk, strawberries, chili,  ice cubes- all can become love-drug in the hands (and mouth) of lovers. ..


Sex like stilettos

20 January 2009

Stilettos best friend of women?

Recent Italian studies have shown that the wearing of high heels by women, not only does not harm them, but also helps … achieve orgasm. Stilettos increase libido.

Studies have shown that Kegel muscles in women wearing the heels of the amount of 5 to 7 cm are more relaxed and at the same time have the ability to easily shrinking . Therefore, their muscles are more sensitive, resulting in a greater likelihood of orgasm and, even more promising, an increase in its intensity.

For me convincing, i run to buy myself stilettos ;P

Durex: Get it On!

16 January 2009

Swinging sex

6 January 2009

They meet in the groups of -teen ppl to have sex.

They are usually after 30-40 years.

They are Swingers – exchanging the sexual partners.

What makes couples, often a marriage, looking for this kind of adventures? For some it could be an unusual sexual activity, diversification, in the view of others it’s a deviation. Everyone has their own standards for private sexual behavior. What for one is natural, joyful, for another is bizarre. How about You?

Underwear with GPS

5 January 2009

The Brazilian manufacturer of underwear Lucia Iorio designed underwear equipped with GPS.

The line is called ‘Find me if you can’, and is addressed to the modern women.

Funny? Useful? ……I’m wondering how much they can sell especially with prices around 1000 dollars




source: www.kobieta.interia.pl

Long tongues

26 December 2008

YouTube – how longs my tounge?

What’s the thing about long tongues, you may ask?

Personally I think it’s more about the fantasy rather than any actual physical difference.

However, I’m eager to ask:
Do you have any stories/examples of why a long tongue is better that a normal one?

1900 to 1930
Plug-in home vibrators–marketed to women as health and relaxation aids and advertised in consumer magazines such as Needlecraft, Home Needlework Journal and Woman’s Home Companion–are some of the first electrified home appliances. The Sears & Roebuck catalog claimed the devices were a “very satisfactory … marital aid that every woman appreciates.”

In 1948, “sexologist” Dr. Alfred C. Kinsey shocks the prudish masses with his international bestseller Sexual Behavior in the Human Male. The study, now known as the Kinsey Report, concluded that 94% of men and 40% of women masturbate.

The Sexual Revolution blooms with the arrival of the birth control pill. “Free love” flourishes among hippies, radicals, feminists and anyone offering a lift to Woodstock.

“Key parties” and one-night stands become the rage. Pornography and novelty stores spring up in red-light districts. Eve’s Garden in New York and Good Vibrations in San Francisco start marketing sex products to women.

The sex business goes fully mainstream. The HIV/AIDS epidemic spurs condom sales; California’s San Fernando Valley emerges as the capital of the adult entertainment industry; the range of sex toys and accessories continues to grow.

The gay rights movement brings alternative lifestyles–from drag queens to fetishists–to the forefront. In 1998, The Rabbit vibrator makes an appearance on the HBO series Sex and the City. (After the episode airs, demand for the toy skyrockets.) Meanwhile, an Alabama anti-obscenity law, enacted in 1998, bans the distribution of “any device designed or marketed as useful primarily for the stimulation of human genital organs for anything of pecuniary value.” Sherri Williams, owner of Pleasures stores in Huntsville and Decatur, sues on First Amendment grounds, famously declaring, “They are going to have to pry this vibrator from my cold, dead hand.”

Including pornography, the business of sex now runs into the tens of billions of dollars annually (no official estimates are available). Sexual aids, including toys, are more readily available than ever, even from the likes of Wal-Mart, Target and Walgreen. Lubricant maker K-Y introduces a line called “Yours & Mine.” Trojan offers small, vibrating rings with their condoms. Electronics giant Phillips makes vibrators. Babeland, a retail store in Brooklyn, N.Y., offers instructional sex seminars for new mothers, as well as an in-store diaper-changing station. Yes, we’ve come a long way.

History of Sex Industry

History of Sex Industry

Extract from Forbes

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22 December 2008

Beautiful woman in underwear or in the shower is no novelty. There are hundreds of such ads. To shake us to schock we need stronger means.

French social ad cautioning against a one-time sex without protection shows a woman who is having an oral sex with a huge, black and hairy tarantula. Well, one night with such a partner is probably not worth your health, and maybe even life?

source: www.dziennik.pl

Global Orgasm

21 December 2008

All Men all Women…. 21st December is Global Orgasm Day. It falls at 12:04 GMT and it’s synchronized with all World. 


“To effect positive change in the energy field of the Earth through input of the largest possible instantaneous surge of human biological, mental and spiritual energy.”

Visit the website here: http://www.globalorgasm.org/

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Ancient Origins
500 B.C.: Traders from Greek port of Miletus sold olisbos, an early version of the dildo.
350 B.C.: First mention of olive oil as a sexual enhancement, mainly to encourage contraception.
0 to 400 A.D.: The Roman Empire had a lascivious edge–little wonder the very word “sex” comes from the Latin “sexus.” Written and artistic histories include numerous references to simple sex toy innovations.

300 A.D.: The Kama Sutra, the classic Indian sex manual, suggests crafting penis-extenders from wood, leather, buffalo horn, copper and gold.
500 A.D.: Men use Ben Wa balls to enhance pleasure (some had clappers that made a ringing sound during intercourse); women use them to increase the strength of their pelvic floor muscles, much like modern Kegel exercises.

The Middle Ages
476 to 1453: The Roman Catholic Church looked askance at sexual expression–to put it mildly–and some prominent offenders were burned at the stake. Mens’ and womens’ clothing covered neck to toe. In 12th century Europe, female chastity belts–secured with padlocks to which only husbands had the key–ensured fidelity. China, meanwhile, devised penis rings from the eyelids of goats (with eyelashes intact), said to enhance pleasure during intercourse.

The Renaissance
1400 to 1700: In Renaissance Italy, the Greek olisbo became “dildo” (possibly from the Latin dilatare, “to open wide,” or the Italian diletto, “to delight”). Italian versions were made of wood or leather and required liberal lubrication.

1791: Marquis de Sade–from whom the term “sadism” is derived–publishes the erotic Justine. While his controversial writings would eventually land him in jail, they also sparked interest in an array of sexual accessories and devices.

The Victorian Era
1869: A primitive vibrator makes its debut. Developed by American physician George Taylor, it was a large, cumbersome, steam-powered apparatus. Taylor recommended it for treatment of an illness known at the time as “female hysteria”–otherwise known as sexual arousal.

History of sex industry

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Extract from Forbes

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