The Future Of Cybersex?

“On the next generation haptic social network innovative and affordable haptic peripherals empower FriXion users to come together and touch each other in tangible, stimulating ways; from holding hands and kissing up to and including full penetrative sex whether your partner is across the room or across an ocean.” — FriXion

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The Erotic Watch!

“Kind of surprising that this isn’t coming from the Japanese.” — K1RKH4MM3T

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Banned Australian Condom Advert

“One of the limitations of condom ads is that they generally can’t show the product in action. So not a problem for this Australian commercial for Four Seasons Condoms which offers a fun but rather graphic demonstration… Watch as a couple inquires about condoms in a pharmacy and tries on a few sizes of Four Seasons’ Naked line in several positions while the store observes. Note the cheesy but appropriate pun from the pharmacist at the end. Tee-hee!” — buzzrightnow22

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Skinny – PMK

“Check out the eclectic visuals from rising artist Skinny with ‘PMK’, this week’s new artist spotlight. P*ssy, Money, Kush.” — HNHH

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Typical Denmark TV Show

“Avant-garde art, social experiment or phoney intellectualisation and sexist throwback? We look into the controversial Danish TV show where naked women have their bodies assessed by two fully clothed men.” — Journeyman Pictures

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Quack Like A Duck

“I actually had to go and watch Rebecca Black after´╗┐ this for some brain bleach. F*ck you America!” — monkeyhammar

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Filthy Food

“The infamous T. Arthur Cottam considers the erotic potential of food and how it is consumed, illustrated by a woman performing oral sex on a variety of consumables. Mmmm… tastes good!”

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Man Vs. Tampon

“I’m sorry you had to watch this… I’m sor… OMFG!!!”

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Topless In NYC

“According to a 1992 law, women in New York have the right to go topless anywhere a man can, so long as they’re not engaged in commerce. Yet many people still don’t know this is legal twenty years after the ruling. This week, on BTR Pulse, Lauren Hawker caught up with Moira Johnston, a female rights activist from Philadelphia who has ditched her shirt to raise awareness about a woman’s legal right to be topless in NYC.”

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