Monday, March 15, 2010

A variety of NSFW items to start your week

The articles have content and photos that are probably not safe for work. Heck, this blog post itself might not be either. Up to you if you want to proceed!

A decent portion of my time on the Internet is spent reading and looking for reading material. I try to stay up to date on feminist-related topics, obviously, and in doing so often come across sex-related (or sex organ-related) articles. These need to be shared:

Mother Jones writes about "The 6 Weirdest Things Women Do to Their Vaginas." Some of these aren't "weird," per se ... more like dangerous or unnecessary. The article mentions a specific vulva dye called My New Pink Button, and in case anyone wants to try it out, first consider reading this piece on the Consumerist, in which a woman tried it and -- surprise! -- it didn't work.

Speaking of things women do to their vaginas, perhaps you've heard about Vajazzling? This post by Sadybusiness responding to someone else's vajazzle made me laugh. I don't care one way or another if women are or are not vajazzling, but Sady's comparison of vaginas to Starbucks is too good.

The Frisky has had a couple posts recently that are worth checking out, if only so you know about these things that exist in the world. One is "The G-Spot Mouse And 7 Other Freaky-Geeky Tech Products" (here) and the other is "11 Ways To Stylishly Stash Rubbers," one of which is pictured above. (here). For the record, No. 5 on the tech products? Eww.

Also not really but sorta related, the NY Daily News reports "Switzerland company offers young boys extra-small condom, the Hotshot." This is smart, but can you just imagine the outrage that would occur if these were available in the United States?

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