It turns out that the boner-killing power of smartphones isn’t the only reason to be wary of internet-enabled vibrators.
In the early 90s, a team of San Francisco-based writers, futurists, and pornographers created a hybrid between Wired and Hustler.
If unfurling a dummy digital condom could prevent even a few sexual mishaps, could VR be the answer to poor sex education we’ve been looking for?
"Let's Get it On" it ain't.
There were cells on both sides, stacked fourteen high. Every cell was the same. In number 509 lived Marvin and his sluts.
Why sex workers must suddenly become fluent in bitcoin.
It mildly electrocutes the wearer to deliver a pleasurable sensation. It's called, somewhat horrifically, the Electric Eel.
A sex toy company has built a contraption that uses the Oculus Rift to make robot-assisted virtual sex a reality. We tried it out.
Compare that to mediums like film and TV, where the female roles have evolved over the years into fully developed, three-dimensional characters.
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