This Week in Sex: Future Sex, Becoming a Male Pornstar

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This Week in Sex: Future Sex, Becoming a Male Pornstar :

WORLD’S WORST PICK UP LINES Most pickup lines are pretty terrible, so trying to find the all-time worst one is a real challenge. Comedian Jason Horton created this sketch illustrating the 25 most atrocious pickup lines, all put into action at a party. Watch it below both for laughs and for a little education in what never to say to a woman.

IN THE FUTURE SEX WILL BE AWESOME

Should we feel fear and apprehension over the future of sex or should we be looking forward to the brave new world of making whoopie? It’s looking like sex will be awesome in the age to come thanks to advances in technology and more open minds. From lifelike sex dolls to sexual enhancement pills for all to space-age sex toys, the future is shaping up to be an exciting time for everything libidinous. Take a glimpse at all the amazing that’s coming with the list “Why Sex Is Going to Be Ridiculously Awesome in the Future” on BuzzFeed.com.HOW TO BECOME A MALE PORN STAR

In 2012 journalist Susannah Breslin wrote a piece about the adult industry for Forbes.com called “The Hardest Thing About Being a Male Porn Star.” It was a success, receiving over one million views, and ever since she’s been getting constant email responses. The vast majority of these emails are from men wanting to become pornstars. She’s collected some of the best on her blog, and they’re surprisingly entertaining. Check out the correspondence of these porno dreamers at SusannahBreslin.net.BETTER ECONOMY = MORE DIVORCE

It’s good for everyone when the economy improves…right? Maybe not. It turns out the end of the recession can be rough on marriages—the divorce rate is going up as the economy improves. It doesn’t seem to be a coincidence: the same thing happened at the end of the Great Depression in the 1930s. No one is sure what causes this peculiar effect, but it’s theorized that during a bad economy people just can’t afford to split up and choose to stay together for financial reasons. Read more about it at LATimes.com.SEX SELLS

Using sex in advertising is nothing new. Lascivious ads have been around as long as marketing itself. What is surprising when looking back on some of the sexy ads of yesteryear is some of the ridiculous products sex has been used to push. In this collection of print ads from the 1950s, ’60s and ’70s you can see some comely underdressed ladies pushing everything from snowblowers to antacids. See the best examples of bizarrely bawdy advertisements at Anorak.co.uk.


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