This Week in Sex: Blowup Dolls, Hugh Hefner & Paying for Sex

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This Week in Sex: Blowup Dolls, Hugh Hefner & Paying for Sex:

Hugh Hefner has slept with over 1,000 women

Our very own Hugh Hefner granted Esquire quite the interview that revealed the number of women he’s had sexual relations with was in the thousands. “There were chunks of my life when I was married, and when I was married I never cheated. But I made up for it when I wasn’t married. You have to keep your hand in.” He also had some very loving words about his bride, Crystal Harris: “All our friends think it’s made in heaven. It’s only people who don’t know us, who simply see us as stereotypes in terms of age and beauty…I just feel very, very fortunate to have found her at this stage in my life. I saved the best till last.” Read the rest of the interview here: Esquire.com ****

Gucci Mane’s Real Sex Scene Sparks Sex in Film Debate

Thanks to the raunchy nature of Harmony Korine’s Spring Breakers, which stars our very own columnist James Franco, sex in film has been a popular subject lately. Korine has always been known for his debaucherous films, but it’s safe to say this is the first time he cast a woman who could “balance three to four coke cans on her ass” who would ultimately have sex with a stoned Gucci Mane who was asleep for the better half of his sex scene. Is there any sex scene that could be as epic as that? Flavorwire investigates: Flavorwire.com

Behind the Scenes on The Victoria Secret’s Very Sexy Summer Shoot

*Strange Sex Doll Ads from the 70’s *

Buzzfeed has uncovered what they call “The Most Deceptive Ads in the History of Advertising” from 1971 selling inflatable dolls for men. We’re not sure who was falling for these advertisements, but they’re pretty hilarious: “…both girls seem almost to breathe as they faithfully await your commands.” The copy for the love doll reads, “My young body is made of the softest, fleshiest vinyl…” We’d feel bad for the guys who ended up sending in their $8.95 for their “almost lifelike” blowup partners, but they were kind of asking for it. Check out the ads here: Buzzfeed.com

Is Paying for Sex Wrong?

If you had the extra cash flow, would you pay for sex? And if you would, do you think that’s normal? While there hasn’t been much research conducted about how many men actually participate in the age-old practice, it’s been estimated to be anywhere from 16 to 80 percent. io9 has hashed out what we know about the kind of men that pay for sex in a piece that uncovers that paying for sex is more uncommon than we have been lead to believe by the media. Read the piece here: io9.com


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