Category: Sex

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May

Penis seat installed on a Mexico City train to highlight sexual harassment

Have you ever been sexually harassed on public transit before? If you’re in Mexico City, it happens quite a bit. The United Nations and Mexico City‘s government have joined together to launch this campaign against the soaring rates of sexual harassment on the city’s public transit. How? By transforming a seat on a subway into a moulded penis seat.Continue Reading..

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Feb

Grope Sans: A quirky and risqué private parts themed typeface

Apparently, Valentine’s Day wasn’t all chocolates and roses. Food design and research studio Bompas & Parr, out of Liverpool, has created a new risqué typeface called Grope Sans. Created for Valentine’s Day, this racy typeface by graphic designer Flo Fairweather, is adorned with nipples, vaginas and penises.Continue Reading..

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College student’s photo series protests rapists release

In June of this year, Brock Turner, a former student at Stanford University in California, was sentenced for rape. He received only six months for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman behind a dumpster at a campus party. As you can probably imagine, many people were understandably outraged by this meagre sentence. The situation was made worse when Turner was released after serving only three months.Continue Reading..

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Jan

Popular, yet controversial upskirt umbrellas

Japan loves its animation and has a lot of anime merchandise aimed at the market there and around the globe. Hoping to establish the theme of ‘Crazy Japan’ around the world, a designer collective called Million Girls Project that intends to produce everyday products with a bizarre, controversial twist has recently launched an all-new umbrella design.Continue Reading..

13
Jan

Learn some designer dirty talk

I’m sure that a lot of women have heard those classic one-liners like “Did you sit in a pile of sugar? Cause you have a pretty sweet ass” and “I seem to have lost my phone number. Can I have yours?” Sadly you’ve probably used one yourself, but you probably haven’t heard dirty talk from designers.Continue Reading..

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