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A friend of mine sent me a picture of a piano she saw and I was all “Nice piano,” until I looked a little closer and realized it was a VAGINA PIANO.


Do emu  

Oh my god...the Chinese reporter video was hilarious. There ARE sex shops in China but they're not easy to find because they're part of the black market.


I laughed


I must say, the "China news confuses flesh-light for rare mushroom" gave me my laugh of the day. For serious. XD


i'm sad and i think i need to call my mom.


Regarding #3, I think you need to make a trip to Pittsburgh next summer for Anthrocon. Definitely good material for this column. []


I have read all of those books...LOL


Number 5 is well I dont understand. It's just hilarious...ROFL


OMG The review for number 4 is epic! RLS can shove it!


oh my god the fleshlight thing


i love those books!! so amazing

Ember Grant  

*Scratches head* The fleshlight thing.... DAFUQ!?!?!?!


Not so long ago, many people treated erotica and pornography like a dirty little secret. Adult movies were kept in video stores' back rooms or sold in seedy sex shops.

But times are changing! There has been an evolution of erotica. With the growing popularity of the internet, erotica found its way into more and more homes. And to more and more women. Even Oprah Winfrey has devoted a whole program on this issue. According to Oprah, "It has been reported that 1 in 3 consumers of online erotica in our country are now women."

With this in mind, where can women who are looking to explore their sensual sides turn to? As of Independence Day (the 4th of July 2010) women can visit [] - The online erotainment site for women! Viva Fem is an abbreviation for Viva Femininity, or said in other words: "we celebrate womanhood in every possible way". The website is especially designed for women. At Viva Fem you will find information, entertainment and erotica, we like to summarize this with the term “Erotainment”. On it is possible for a woman to peruse erotica in safety and on her own terms.

Sandy Reedy  

The Vagina Piano... is actually a Vagina Organ. Like in a church, but... not.


The link to the vagina piano doesnt work, so I guess I'll never know what it looks like.



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