Monday, April 29, 2013

Incredible Shadow Sculpture by Bohyun Yoon

From this site: "Bohyun Yoon’s sculptural installation entitled Unity is absolutely mind-blowing. Yoon suspends mangled silicon body parts from a flat surface, casting shadows that create incredibly detailed silhouettes. Upon taking closer look, however, viewers will notice that the shadows aren’t exactly safe for work. Unity, indeed."

Saturday, April 27, 2013

Thursday, April 25, 2013

Tongue Soap Lets You Lick Yourself Clean

Dare I mention certain body parts that might need "extra scrubbing"?

This is by Etsy seller Denise Mancusio, whose usual repertoire is of the sweet variety, like cake pops, pumpkin cream pies and swirl lollies.

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Street Sex Micro-Sculptures

These miniature people enjoy doing what feels good. "Micro-sculptor...Peluche, a Berlin street musician, wields his magicians wand and magically captures scenes of street sex that unfold right under ones’ nose. Appealing for their comedic value, his detailed snaps always deserve that second glance, even for those less perverted. Well done, Mr. Peluche, LOVE IS CERTAINLY IN THE AIR!"

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Japanese Condom Ice Cream

Also known as "egg" ice cream, watch this video here for two girls' reactions to this treat! (Sorry I couldn't embed the video. Watch on YouTube only.)

According to one site, "Gomu Yokki Aisu (Ice Cream Filled Rubber) is an age-old frozen treat in Japan. As the name suggests it’s a balloon filled-up with ice cream which is gradually sucked out from one end when cut or chewed off."

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

New Release! The Past's Promise

New Release!

Erotic M/M Time Travel Romance
Available from Purple Sword Publications

She found the ultimate love of her in another time...and as a man.

Jessie Wharton is a teacher in the twenty-first century. Or at least she was.
Taking her history class to visit the ruins of a historic fort in west Texas, the scorching heat turned her world upside down.
Suddenly, nothing was the way it was supposed to be. She was no longer Jessie Wharton. She was Jesse Webster. She wasn't a teacher. She was a private in the US Army stationed at Fort Callaghan, a completely functional outpost. And it was 1867.

Worse, she wasn't a she any longer. She was a man. A man who was finding himself falling in love with a fellow soldier named Martin Parrish.
Together, they discovered love in the scorching Texas heat, in a time when the merest breath of homosexuality was enough to have the accused whipped to death...if the native Indians didn't scalp them first.

Go Here For an Excerpt