Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Survey Says Men Don’t Like Fake Lips And Fake Butts

A survey of 1,000 men reveals that women’s big, fake lips are a turn-off. The survey, conducted by dating site, found that men hate lip jobs the most, butt jobs second, boob jobs third, nose jobs fourth, and botox fifth.

What surgery “jobs” are most popular? A number of people underwent lip and butt “enhancement” in 2016, but a quick call of a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon told us that butt jobs were “hands down, our most requested procedure. Everyone wants a big butt now,” the receptionist told us. “The demand this summer was like nothing we have ever  experienced before.”

Although the plastic surgeon’s office told us that men do get lips jobs and butt jobs, women are the ones getting lip and butt work more than men, who apparently aren’t thrilled with big, fake body parts.

The question asked in the survey was “Which plastic surgery trend is most likely to turn you off?”

The answers were:

  1. Lip injections (44%)
  2. Butt enhancement (21%)
  3. Breast enhancement (15%)
  4. Rhinoplasty (nose job) (12%)
  5. Botox (8%)

“We’re living in an era where everyone is trying to get the perfect smile, which can mean subtle and not-so-subtle cosmetic enhancements,” said Brandon Wade, founder and CEO of “Men may say they’re turned off by plastic surgery, but they may be surprised to learn that many of the world’s most beautiful women have gone under the knife or needle.”

Dating site, says “Its the only dating website “where money can buy you love, or at least a first date.” The site has over a million members. The website provides a platform where “generous” members can bid on a first date with someone out of their league. The website gives both types of daters (the hot girl with no money and the not so hot guy with money) “an advantage in the dating market,” making it the ODS or “Online Dating Shortcut.” Women can also pay for dates with hot guys who might not be interested. Life is short, we say, and if you can’t date a 10, it might be fun to pay for one!

As Sexologists and Sex Therapists over here at, we were taught not to judge people. So we’re not judging anyone for paying for dates or shooting collagen in their ass. If anyone wants to get fat injected to get a giant ass going, we’re totally down with it. We just thought we’d tell you that not all guys are into giant, fake lips. They seem to like giant, fake asses a bit more.


“Vagina Manicures” Celebrate Girl Power

Nails with tiny vaginas on them are now a thing. Professional manicurists are hand painting little lady bits on the hands of ladies across America. The new nails celebrate pussy power, and apparently hit a cord with at least 50% of the population who have one. Manicurists across the country are suddenly being asked to put pussies on people’s finger tips. A great conversation starter on a first date!

Our favorite version comes from Asa Bree, a “nail art connoisseur” and owner of Finger Bang in Portland, Oregon. Her little pink vaginas look like the real thing! Yay to the vulva! Vaginas rule! Who doesn’t love the “little girl in the boat,” the “pink taco,” the “meat wallet,” and the “cave of wonders.”

And if you’re ever in Portland, The Finger Bang sounds like fun girl trip. “A nail salon experience unlike any you’ve ever seen before!” they say. “Our platform allows you to be yourself, be loud, laugh amongst the guests, freely, and express yourself outside the box!”

We like the loud part. And the name of the salon is the best.

We could all use a good finger bang.

We also like the feminist nails. Rad.

Rosie Marie Romero, who also paints vaginas on nails, describes herself as an “artist and nail tech.” She creates “humorous social encounters and cultural exchanges that address issues of race, gender, class, women’s work and sexuality. Her “Porn Nails” project, is “an interactive installation & performance project that functions as a feminist nail salon. Clients are provided with manicures, gossip, intimacy, and friendship in exchange for juicy conversations about sex, love, and work.”

Romero’s nail art.
And who started this vagina nail trend? Finger Bang credits Gracie J, of the Editorial Nail, who was the nail designer for Claws, season 1, a scripted show on TNT about the female owner of a nail salon starring Niecy Nash. Gracie’s designs feature mini white coochies on nails with teeny piercings. Perfect for you next job interview! Or as Gracie says “An ode to the multifaceted female anatomy.”

Gracie J’s teeny tiny pierced vagina.

Hairy Results Of Pubic Hair Study Just (Grew) In

Ever wonder how many people hurt themselves while shaving their pubes? We didn’t either, but apparently a group of researchers at University of California, San Francisco did. Their study, called “Prevalence of Pubic Hair Grooming — Related Injuries and Identification of High-Risk Individuals in the United States,” asked the burning question: “What are the prevalence and clinical correlates of injuries among US adults who groom public hair?” In other words, “How many people accidentally hurt their lady bits/junk while chopping down the pube ‘fro?”

7,570 people 18-65 answered the survey, which found that 76.1% of people are at-home pubic hair groomers. About a quarter (25.6%) of the respondents said they hurt themselves while shaving. The most common injuries were cuts (61.2%), burns, (23.0%), and rashes (12.2%). The survey also found that people are most likely to injure themselves when they lie on their backs or let someone else shave them. Just say no to “Honey, can I shave your bush?”

And what was the reason for this study? According to JAMA Dermatology, a medical journal where the study was published, it was to “identify demographic and behavioral risk factors associated with pubic hair grooming-related injures and develop recommendations for safe grooming practices. The study may contribute to the development of clinical guidelines for safe pubic hair removal.” (Future guidelines after this will include “After two drinks, do let your boyfriend/girlfriend shave your pubes.”)

The study also found that “Waxing in women may protect against high-frequency injuries, although more research is necessary to confirm this finding.” Tell me about it; I once had a “bikini wax” that was way too hot, and my “little lady” felt like it was sunburned for two days. Five words: ice pack and cortisone cream.

The study stated that “People groom their pubic hair for different reasons, including sexual appeal, oral sex, partner preference, or routine care and hygiene.” It also reported a “heat map” that showed the percentage of injuries on specific body parts. For dudes, the scrotum was hurt the most (67.2%), followed by the ween (34.8%), and the pubic mound (28.9%.) Lady bits injured the most were the pubis (51.3%), inner thigh (44.9%), and the vag (42.5%). This was followed by the perineum/butthole (13.2%).

The one aspect of pubic hair shaving the study didn’t focus on was the idea of ingrown hairs; the biggest issue when shaving the privates. An ingrown serum called Fur has reached cult-like status with ladies who like their womanhood to feel non-razor bumpy a day or two after the hairs grow back.

According to the serum’s packaging “Key ingredients coconut oil softens skin and trapped hair so ingrown hairs slide out. Tea tree oil helps clear pores and minimize ingrowns; antimicrobial Tamanu oil promotes healing of delicate skin; regenerative chamomile extract soothes skin; and is anti-inflammatory and calming.”

Wishing you a smooth/”smoove” shave.

Are RompHims Sexy?

This summer is the “Summer of the RompHim.” Dudes are now donning the male version of the super cute and playful Romper for girls. But rompers for men look so goofy, dorky, and ridiculous that at first glance you may not be able to decide if they are sexy. RompHims look like a cross between a UPS or gas station uniform, pajamas, Garanimals, and a cut-off bathrobe.

All I can say at this point is it depends on who is wearing it. And they make me laugh. The pastel colors; pink, yellow, blue, etc. are something a 90 year-old in Florida would wear and something I’m going to have to get used to. And I would probably be mortified if my date showed up to take me out and he was wearing a yellow RompHim that made him look like a lemon meringue pie with shorts. But I’m open minded and could get used to them.

The gender neutral clothing item was developed by a bunch of start-up bros (and one girl), business students at Northwestern University in Chicago who put up a Kickstarter page. The goal was to raise $10,000 to make some rompers $358,804. later, the RompHim is this summer’s fashion phenomenon.

“We were sitting around over drinks one evening and to to talking about the men’s clothing options out there,” states their Kickstarter site. “Everything was either too corporate, too fratty, too runway. Why wasn’t there anything out there that allowed guys to be more stylish and fun without sacrificing comfort?” Enter the romper for big boys.

RompHims got so hot so fast that other companies began knocking them off, offering their own sexier, less expensive versions. who specialize in lingerie, underwear, swimsuits, and costumes, has “evolved the look into the bedroom.” Their upcoming line of “sleepwear rompers” for him and her actually looks sexy. Their collection of terry clothed rompers retails for $30.00.‘s sexy his and her rompers for bedroom romps.

Meanwhile, RompHim says “We’ve revolutionized men’s fashion. Concerts? Rooftops? Beach days? Pool parties? Leisurely strolls? Bar patios?” they ask. It’s your new favorite summer outfit. We promise that once you put it on you won’t want to take it off.”

Anyone going to their high school reunion this summer?

And for anyone who has ever worn a romper, they have solved the how to go to the bathroom in one problem. “While our female friends love their rompers,” they say, the biggest complaint we heard from them is the “getting fully undressed to pee thing.” The sturdy metal zipper simplifies the problem.”

Hot or not? You decide.

Sean Connery as Bond. James Romphim Bond.

75 Years Of Sexy Wonder Woman Costumes (And Saving The Planet)

Since Wonder Woman’s comic book debut in the 1940’s, her costume has never stopped being super sexy. From her first get-up in 1941; a bustier and star spangled panties, to her mini dress and blue tights in 1971, to her current superhero Amazonian look, she still rules the planet, kicks ass, and always looks hot. Wonder Woman pulled in over $100 million at the box office during its opening weekend. Why? Two words: girl power.

William Moulton Marston, the creator of Wonder Woman, was a Psychologist who explained that the character was intended “to set up a standard of strong, free, courageous womanhood; and to combat the idea that women are inferior to men.” After her comic book debut in 1941, in 1942 Wonder Woman was allowed to join the “Justice League”, an all male group of superheroes.

Wonder Woman in 1942.

According to The LA Times, “A syndicated Wonder Woman newspaper comic strip debuted in 1944. During this time Marston hired his student, Joye Hummel, as an assistant to help him write Wonder Woman comic-book scripts between 1944-77. All of the stories remained credited to “Charles Moulton.”

In 1952, “in response to allegations of “indecent” themes and concerns about how comic books contributed to juvenile delinquency,” the Comics Magazine Association of America created a Comics Code Authority for publishers to police their own content. The industry’s self-censorship, in addition to Marston’s death, saw Wonder Woman stories change to being less vocal in her feminism and more focused on her romances with Steve Trevor, Merman and Birdman.”

In 1956, the “Golden Age of comics began and Wonder Woman acquired new superhero powers, including flight. In 1972, Wonder Woman reclaimed her feminist roots when Gloria Steinem decided to place the superhero (in costume) on the cover of the very first issue of Ms. Magazine.  This spotlight helped put the character on a path to reclaim her powers (and her costume). Wonder Woman was also featured on the cover of the magazine’s 35th and 40th anniversary issues.

The first “Wonder Woman” television movie actually starred Cathy Lee Crosby as Diana Prince, but the series never materialized.

Lynda Carter made her first appearance as Wonder Woman in the made-for-TV film “The New Original Wonder Woman.” The film led to the TV series, which premiered on April 21, 1976.

Wonder Woman returned to the animated TV world in “Justice League,” which was part of the DC Animated Universe that launched with 1992’s “Batman: The Animated Series.” Justice League” focused on the team consisting of Wonder Woman, Batman, Superman, Green Lantern.

According to entertainment reporter Tracy Brown, “In 2013 Gal Gadot debuted as Wonder Woman in “Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice.” The film grossed over $873 million worldwide. Lynda Carter, Gal Gadot and director Patty Jenkins attended the U.N. when Wonder Woman was declared honorary ambassador for the empowerment of women and girls at a ceremony held at the U.N. headquarters in New York.”

In June, “Wonder Woman” hit theaters, becoming the first female-led film in the modern superhero movie renaissance. The movie grossed over $100 million in the U.S. and $100 million overseas. In the first weekend., who specializes in sexy costumes, sexy lingerie, and sexy “lingerie costumes,” has created a line of sexy Wonder Woman wear from full-on cosplay costumes to a Wonder Woman inspired pajama romper. We’re buying the the retro number with red cape for our next superhero roleplaying session in the boudoir. Plus, if we order it now, we’re good to go months ahead of Halloween, when we can kick some more ass.

“Take down the forces of evil in this Warrior Princess costume,” Yandy says about their “high neck romper with a gold paneled neckline, red cups, blue bottom with white stars and a cheeky cut back, matching gold headband, and  gold rope.”$39.95. And the white go-go boots. We want. Only $47.95.

Wonder Woman  in 1971.

The Glamorous Wonderlady Costume features a red sequin cropped corset with underwire cups, clear spaghetti straps to hold up the girls, blue star studded leggings, gold wrist cuffs with red stars, headband, and gold lasso for rounding up troublemakers. $63.95.

Today’s Amazonian inspired “Warrior Woman” costume.

“Save the day in this four-piece, Deluxe Vintage Warrior Woman costume featuring a burgundy corset with sweetheart neckline, gold studded trim, lace-up back, blue wet look panel skirt with gold studded band, gold rope, star detail, matching booty shorts and gold studded head band.” $95.95. Boots and wrist cuffs also available at Yandy.

Why Couples Who Dress Together Stay Together

Couples who dress together stay together. 

A Japanese couple in their 60’s, married for 37 years, wear matching outfits. Every day. Unlike a lot of couples who can’t even get their guy to ditch the baseball cap he’s worn for 20 years, this couple has it going on.

With more than 395,000 followers in only 92 posts, the couple (“Bon” and “Pon”) became an instant hit on Instagram with their numbers meteorically climbing everyday.

The happy couple looks like they are having fun with it, keeping it casual, and inspiring us all. They have taken the matching sweater pic for the Christmas card to a new level.

Someone (we’re not sure who) has been snapping arty photos of them in front of fun backgrounds like art installations and art galleries, fashion windows, and locations with architectural or textured backgrounds. Some of the photos look like travel shots meet staged fashion photo. Whoever took the shots has an art gallery show all ready to go.

Relationship-wise, we like their “couple project”, something they did together for fun with a tangible result. Followers post comments like #relationshipgoals or “I want to be like them!” The couple pushes their look with hashtags like #whitehair, #greyhair, and #over60. What ever happened to those Gap ads? I’m sure someone has offered them a reality TV show by now.

Since the official honeymoon phase only lasts about a year, studies have shown that couples who do things together (non-sexual things) are happier. In one study, couples who tried “new and exciting” things together reported “higher satisfaction rates” with the relationship. “Exciting” activities (such as staging photo shoots in public places), as opposed to “pleasant” ones (like doing the crossword puzzle together) proved that a couple’s “self-expansion model” of “sharing stimulating activities” will bring a couple closer. Researchers found that “shared activities” and “causal direction” will “reduce boredom and enhance marital satisfaction.”

The couple holding hands. Their body language indicates that they are close and respect each other.

Nice product placement. Toyota should pay them for this. Or put them in an ad. Or maybe Toyota is behind this all.

People can’t get enough of this homey pair, as their Instagram followers increase substantially every day. We’d love to know who the photographer behind the photos are. And who the mystery couple is.

To get some matchy matchy fashion tips, follow the cute couple here on Instagram. We wish them 37 more happy years of matching outfits.

Photo credit: BONPON511/Instagram

Ikea Offers “Retail Therapy” For Relationships

In a fun, new marketing campaign, Ikea offers retail therapy for every couple’s relationship problems. “IKEA is where life happens,” says the furniture and home products mega company. With each product offered, they have replaced the real product’s name and renamed it “to the relationship problem you just googled.”

Their “Hemnes Daybed” for example, with three drawers and two mattresses ($507.00), was renamed “My partner snores.” Ikea says it’s “All to make life at home easier for you. Because life evolves every day and everything, yes everything, can get better.”

The “He doesn’t text back” 3-port USB charger goes for $9.99 and the “He can’t say he loves me” writing/magnetic board is $19.99. Then there’s the “dating three at once” problem solved by a “triple wireless charger for $69.99.

The “He steals the covers” comforter is $39.99, the “Why can’t men open up?” corkscrew is $1.99, the “I ate too many meatballs bike is $499.00, the “My partner annoys me” double desk with screen in-between is $1,276.00. The “Tell girlfriend I’m sorry” drawing paper solves relationship dramas for only $4.99.

And finally, the cute “How to have a happy relationship” ash veneer bed frame for $489.00 will put you in the right frame of mind for anything.

If he can’t say it, maybe he can write it.

How To Make A DIY Sex-Attracting Fragrance

Olfactory senses play a significant part in our sexual stimulation. Whether we’re aware of it or not, smells send important chemical messages to potential mates. Tests show that Lavender ranked highly among both men and women, but the scent of licorice earned the most positive erotic response from females while pumpkin (more accurately, the spices we associate with pumpkin) was #1 among men. How appropriate that the holiday season is upon us. It’s one that often hosts scents of spiced pumpkin and other tasty foods, so naturally, it should be one that inspires people to get a little closer. Fun fact: most babies are conceived in December! Coincidence?

If you’re in the mood to entice your romantic interest and heat things up indoors while things get cooler outdoors, you may want to consider creating the ideal scent for your room or for yourself. The steps below are simple, so if you have even the slightest talent for DIY projects, the following is definitely worth trying.

For body:

To make your own irresistible scent, you’ll need a carrier oil, such as jojoba, almond, grapeseed, avocado or sesame oil. These are all easily accessible oils that are lightweight and safely absorb into your skin.

You will also need 100% pure essential oils. FYI, licorice is a difficult smell to come by, but fennel and anise have a licorice smell. Below are suggested oils for you to select from and create your own holiday spice mixture.

In a 10ml roller bottle or perfume jar, mix 10 – 14 drops of each of your favorite smells. You’ll probably want to keep this below 24 drops in total and if you want a particular scent to be stronger, make that number of drops greater than the other scents (EX: 14 drops lead scent, 8 drops secondary scent or 10, 8, 6 of a combo of 3 oils). Fill the rest of the bottle with your preferred carrier oil, close and shake. Apply to hot spots on your body like the back of your neck, wrists or insides of your elbows when you’re ready to seduce.

For home:

  • Decorative jar
  • Reed diffuser sticks
  • Essential oils (Ex: cedarwood, lime, vanilla, nutmeg, cardamom, clove, cinnamon, pine, orange, anise, ginger)

To create your own diffuser, blend 1/4 cup of hot water with ¼ cup of vodka…yes, vodka. Then, ad no more than 25 drops of whichever combination of essential oils you chose to blend to create your ideal scent. Mix it up, then carefully pour it in into a decorative jar. Dip a handful of diffuser sticks in the jar, then take your stick out, turn them upside down, place them back in the jar and let them stay in that way. The subtle scent that this ads to your home will help set the right mood for your time with you company.


Sexy Halloween Costumes For Men

For men who are wondering what to wear this Halloween, we have one word for you: sexy. Women have known this for years; it’s the one day of the year we get to dress like a slut without someone calling us a slut.

Forget the giant dice or spooky skeleton costume; Halloween is the one holiday of the year that people report getting laid more than any other, so wear something sexy.

There are many ways you can go with this, such as dressing in uniform, which is sexy to both women and gay men. Fireman, policeman, or anything military gets us hot. (“Sargent Dick” reporting for duty.)

Even better, you can use the costume later for role-playing cosplay, where he gets to “arrest” you for being so damn sexy.


Women and gay men say one of their top fantasies is a man in uniform, so go for it on Halloween.

A man in a Scottish Kilt does it for us too. It encourages us to flirt and ask what’s under the kilt, and ask if you are wearing any undies.

A gay friend tells me he gets flirted with the most when he dresses up like a woman, while straight women like men who look super masculine. I called up Ricky’s Halloween in NYC and asked what their most popular men’s costumes were. “Superheroes,” they reported. They also said they sold out all costumes that had a giant penis attached to it.


This costume could be sexy, depending on who is wearing it.

Covergirl Announces First Coverboy

Covergirl Cosmetics has announced it’s first coverboy, 17-year-old beauty vlogger James Charles. He joined covergirl beauty Katy Perry for a recent shoot to promote the company’s “So Lashy!” mascara campaign that airs later this month.

In a statement Covergirl said, “All of our CoverGirls are role models and boundary-breakers, fearlessly expressing themselves, standing up for what they believe, and redefining what it means to be beautiful. James Charles is no exception.”

The teen alt make-up artist is self taught and is a senior in high school. He rose to fame on YouTube by creating videos teaching both men and women how to do their makeup. But his internet “breakthrough” happened when his “fierce” high school yearbook photo went viral. He is know for his wild and fun make-up, such as blue lips with blue glitter under the eyes. “I truly hope that this shows that anyone and everyone can wear makeup,”he says.

The new coverboy will follow in the footsteps of models such as Christie Brinkley and Cybill Shepherd who were covergirls in the late 1960’s.


James Charles’ high school yearbook photo. He hated his other year’s photos, so the photographer let him style his own. And a coverboy was born!