Sex News: Banned Pringles Commercial, Banning Porn Is Harmful, & Kinky Sex Makes You More Creative

by Lola Byrd on February 17, 2017

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I want Pringles.

The executives and the marketing agency were shocked when the people in charge of managing commercials during the Super Bowl discarded the one they had sent to promote their brand.
“But, but… but why? I don’t understand it! We’re encouraging recycling! This is because I’m black, isn’t it?”, the campaign director said.

 

It’s not because he was black.

I read somewhere that if you fill your Pringles can with warm crumbled tofu it makes a pretty good masturbation sleeve.

The anti-porn movement makes a number of scary-sounding claims: Men who watch porn will fall out of love with their partners; it causes them to lash out violently at women; it destroys the innocent, malleable minds of young people who view it.

The only problem is, most of this stuff is (probably) untrue.

Nicole Prause, a neuroscientist who specializes in human sexuality, says the majority of respected science reports viewing porn can have a positive, or at least a neutral, effect on a person. That hasn’t stopped opponents from twisting, ignoring, or even nearly fabricating results to say otherwise.

Kitty-Stryker

Same old, same old.

Research suggests that BDSM can help people achieve altered states of consciousness

In the typically staid classical music section of The New York Times, readers this past February were treated to an article about kinky sex as a conduit to a more creative life. Georg Friedrich Haas, widely seen as one of the world’s leading composers, came out in the newspaper of record as a BDSM master to his wife Mollena, and credited their dynamic with helping him write his most recent, and well-reviewed, new works.

Once considered a shameful pathology, recent research has suggested BDSM can reduce anxiety and stress while promoting bonding. But could it actually make you more creative? A new study from the Science of BDSM research group at the Northern Illinois University indicates it certainly can’t hurt.

Ballgag

I wouldn’t mind putting a ballgag on Trump. He should be the new Gimp.

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  • Zach Becvar

    Pringles can masturbation sleeve? No thanks, I’ll stick with an actual fleshlight.

  • Once you pop you can’t stop. Masturbating. You can’t stop masturbating.

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