The outing fiasco of Miriam Weeks, Duke University undergrad and porn star, seems to have turned our girl into a bonified celebrity. Rolling Stone reports that Weeks, aka Belle Knox, will host The Sex Factor, a new online reality TV show in which contestants who've never done it on camera will compete for $1 million and a chance to become a porn star.
The 16 would-be actors and actresses have never had sex in front of a camera before (or at least shared the experience) and it will be up to an online voting congress to decide the winner, who will appear in a scene (read: "have sex with") Belle Knox. (Note: She says she'll do a scene with the winners, plural.)
When Charles Powells' friend died of HIV in the 1980s, he started working on an idea that could change the face of protection forever. Or at least its head.
The Galactic Cap is, essentially, a little cap you wrap around your penis' head that catches semen. All of your little dude's most sensitive parts are exposed, meaning you don't have to sacrifice pleasure for safety. Powell's Indiegogo campaign to help fund the product's FDA approval goes live in June.
A few days ago, an anonymous man known only as "The Double Dick Dude" (DDD) made waves online when he exposed his two, fully functioning penises to the world. Naturally the public had many questions and the man had many answers, along with plenty of photos to corroborate his story.
DDD was born with a nongenetic condition known as diphallia. Despite DDD's claims that growing up with two functioning penises was less than amazing, his anatomical anomaly did seem to get him into far more sexual adventures than the average male in his early twenties. DDD reports that he has had double blow jobs with many different partners. He also claims he has used both dicks to simultaneously penetrate both female and male partners. Despite the growing public desire to see his two penises in action, DDD is adamant that he will not do porn or release a sex tape.
As you kick off your weekend, ponder this ...
Just when you thought the bacon craze was on its way out the door, the guys who brought us bacon salt, baconnaise, bacon popcorn, bacon shaving cream and whole plethora of other bacon-flavored products have now released ... drumroll please ... bacon-flavored condoms.
According to J&D, the "meat-shaped and flavored condoms" are "of the highest quality latex." As an added bonus - and salty safety precaution - each condom includes "J&D's baconlube™ ultra premium water based meat flavored personal lubricant."
For $9.99, a pack of three fulfills your need to taste and smell like real meat when you bang.
And of course, a quick visit to the website this morning reveals they are out of stock.
What do you think? Too much?
I just saw the most amazing thing. As per usual and because of my big, kind heart, when I see something that makes my day, I feel the need to spread the joy around.
I just saw a portrait of republican Presidential candidate Rick Santorum’s face comprised of nothing but tiny pictures of gay porn.
Although I’m quite sure that all of you are just as sick and tired of hearing about this guy as I am, just in case you don’t own a television, Rick Santorum is (in his words) the “true conservative” candidate for POTUS. His major platforms consist of prohibiting abortion, preserving marriage by restricting it to one man and one woman, and instituting pornography laws so that “hard-core” porn is no longer accessible on the Internet, cable or satellite television, or in hotels. You know, the most important stuff.
If we’re adhering to Rick’s definition of conservative, it no longer just means Scrooge McDuck greedy and uptight — it now means hateful and dictatorial. If one of those fetuses he brawls tooth and nail to protect grows up to be homosexual, its rights can go straight to hell in a rainbow basket!
Therein lays the irony and hilarity that some brilliant (probably gay) man or lady took the time to carefully craft his goofy visage out of “hard-core” wiener on wiener action. You aim to deny American citizens the right to marry the person whom they love and are committed? You’ve single-handedly decided to limit the options that the women of America have in the event of an unwanted pregnancy? OK, fine, you get dicks all over your face. Fuck on you dude ... literally.
Megan Henshall is a project coordinator by day, favorite child, rollerskating enthusiast, blogger, and lover of all things social and under appreciated. For more writing/ramblings/rants visit www.dearsuchandso-keyboardventing.blogspot.com.
A man is facing federal charges for slipping fake $10 and $20 bills to strippers at Club Onyx.
According to The Charlotte Observer, Derrick Moore was indicted on Wednesday for sticking the counterfeit cash in strippers' g-strings.
Moore faces charges of with uttering, or presenting, as well as passing counterfeit obligations or securities. It was not immediately known whether Moore has been arrested.
I can't help but wonder, when did the stripper know the money was fake — before or after the ink ran down her leg?
And is Moore such a regular at Onyx that the dancer(s) knew for sure he had given the phoney money?
You know your status and you're HIV positive.
Does that mean an active sex life is over for you?
Not necessarily. Being honest and following a few rules will allow an HIV-positive person to maintain a sex life.
According to Everydayhealth.com, the first step to maintaining a sex life with HIV is being upfront about one's status.
Have you heard the story about the 9-year-old Gastonia boy who said his teacher was cute and then got suspended from school?
He's been Herman Cain'ed, accused of sexual harassment and everything, and he's only 9. Here's the back story, as reported by WSOC:
Chiquita Lockett said her 9-year-old son, Emanyea, spent the last two days at home.
Lockett said the principal of Brookside Elementary called her Wednesday to say the incident was a form of “sexual harassment.”
Emanyea told Eyewitness News a substitute teacher overheard him tell another student a teacher was cute.
The boy didn't touch the teacher and didn't even tell the teacher to her face that he thought she was "cute."
save face explain their actions, the Gaston County School sent Lockett a letter explaining why a 9-year-old saying a teacher is cute constitutes sexual harassment.
In the letter, school officials say Emanyea Lockett said a teacher was fine in a suggestive tone. He said he told a friend she was cute.
The district says the comment is considered a form of sexual harassment.
What does a 9-year-old know about "suggestive language"? It seems that the adults are the ones with their minds in the gutter. Raise your hand if you never had a crush on a teacher while in grade school.
The holiday season usually brings thoughts of family and togetherness, but the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department and the Mecklenburg County Women's Commission want to bring attention to domestic violence.
Read more about it on The CLog:
This year in North Carolina, 62 people have been killed by the hands of someone who was supposed to have loved them.
For the seventh year, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department, Domestic Violence Advocacy Council,
Domestic Violence Speakers Bureau and Mecklenburg County’s Community Support Services Women’s Commission will light the domestic violence memorial tree at CMPD headquarters.
The event starts at 5:30 p.m.
It's been 30 years since the discovery of the AIDS virus in the United States, and according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the South includes the largest number of people in this country living with or dying from HIV/AIDS.
Four out of ten (40%) Americans living with AIDS reside in the South.
In Mecklenburg County, an average of seven new HIV/AIDS cases is reported daily, according to The Regional AIDS Interfaith Network, or RAIN. Most of those cases affect African Americans.
African Americans are disproportionately impacted by HIV. African Americans comprise 68% of all new reported HIV cases in 2007, despite representing only 28% of the county's total population
From 1999 to 2007 HIV cases increased by 57%
Mecklenburg County has the highest number of HIV/AIDS cases in North Carolina
North Carolina was ranked 8th out of the top 15 states with new AIDS cases among African Americans
Read more on The CLog