Pack your bags and set off on a long, well-deserved voyage to an isolated beach in a foreign country as summer is finally banging on the door. Before things get too exciting and exotic, or shall I say, sexotic, take a good look at this selection of some really unconventional sex rituals in different tribes all over the world.
We might be closing in on it though. Indian scientist Suja Guha invented non-hormonal birth control for men back in 1979—two decades after the invention of the pill. It works just like a vasectomy for up to ten years but can be reversed anytime, would have a near-perfect success rate, and has zero side-effects. Continue reading Shared Responsibility?→
When you’re thinking of wild sex your backyard might not be the first thing that comes to mind. But what happens in the shades of the trees and the disguise of the bushes is just a tiny part of the secret sex life of all animals which inhabit your garden.
Need a little pick-me-up at the end of your workweek? A conversation starter for a shy crush? Or just a laugh? Whatever you need, eat your heart out with this list of strange news items from the past week:
Obama should never follow people on Twitter, weird shit happens. A woman fom New York city was put in a mental institution for claiming the American president followed her on Twitter (spoiler alert: he does).
The Netherlands found itself in a bit of a compromising position on January 29th: the public broadcast station, the one that is supposed to keep on providing information in times of war among other things, was down “because of circumstances.” Twitter became the best source of news on the situation, exemplifying the challenges of integrating social media into traditional reporting.
Mockingjay, the third instalment of the Hunger Games series, has finally hit theatres. The first two movies showed children fighting each other to the death in the Hunger Games, a televised reality show. This time, it gets even darker.
Where Catching Fire, number two in the trilogy, left its viewer with the feeling that revolution was coming, now, Mockingjay has lost all of this urgency. It serves more as a stepping stone for the last Hunger Games than anything else.
But what it does well is depicting the highly manipulated televising of a revolution as well as what happens to those who dare to revolt.
7:00 a.m. You wake up and open your tablet. You log in. 7:30 a.m. you finish your shower. You hear the doorbell, Starbucks! Your coffee has arrived.
Starbucks is re-defining the term “instant coffee.” Only three years ago, Starbucks’ Mobile Pour Service, a delivery service by baristas on scooters, turned out to be an April Fool’s joke. Now, it’s going to be for real: Starbucks will start bringing your coffee wherever you please.