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This Week In Sex: Go Abroad With Olga Kobzar. Plus, Chubby Men Are the New Sexy

Ana Dias / Playboy

Ana Dias / Playboy

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Go Abroad With Olga Kobzar

Ana Dias / Playboy

Ana Dias / Playboy

Not since the days of the Cold War have American-Russian relations felt this tense. What better way to bridge the growing divide than with some sexy? This All-American photoshoot of model Olga Kobzar sure looks like it was shot in the heartland. Turns out it’s actually the Russian countryside.

Ana Dias / Playboy

Ana Dias / Playboy

This week, for Playboy Abroad our fearless photographer Ana Dias journeyed with cover model Olga Kobzar, together they found the sexy, deep inside Mother Russia. Which just goes to show we have so much more in common than world politics might suggest. Check this vid from their shoot, it proves sexiness has no borders. Enjoy!

Science Says…

Women’s Arousal Is Complicated and Chubby Men Are the New Sexy

This week, researchers from a Canadian university published a paper about women’s orgasms. Their questions were painfully obvious, like, “Why do they exist? What do women get out of them? Can all women have them? And the most mysterious of all: What produces them?” Um, LOL. We hate to break it to you, science, but a woman’s arousal isn’t a step-by-step process like building Ikea furniture. Since every woman is unique, the best way we’ve learned what makes a woman orgasm isn’t to compare her to other women, but instead ask her what she likes. Crazy, right? It works super well.

There was another study about women’s arousal out this week and it should also surprise no one. It was reported that women are more likely to friend-zone men than men are likely to friend-zone women. Did we really need to drop money to learn that? What’s next? Women are more likely to get pregnant than men?

But did you hear the really big, important sex research from this week? Women prefer chubby men. Yep, you read that right. These days, women prefer soft-bodied dudes. All those chubby sitcom dads with hot wives weren’t lying to you. Women, apparently, really do prefer a thick dad bod. Who knows? Maybe People’s Sexiest Man Alive 2017 will be Kevin James.

To Sext or Not to Sext?

Weiner’s Problems, Parental Supervision of Your Sexts and a Eulogy for the Peach Emoji

What the hell is wrong with Anthony Weiner? MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell famously asked that question to the former New York Congressman live on national television. Being a politician, Weiner never really answered. This week, the unluckiest sexter in the history of sexting made more headlines when his sexting compulsions threatened to sink Hillary Clinton’s campaign and spawn yet another FBI email investigation. Embarrassed by his third sexting scandal, Weiner has decided it was time to seek help and entered a cybersex rehab facility. Meanwhile, Democrats haven’t had this much trouble with a weiner since the last time a Clinton was in the White House.

We may never understand Weiner and his problematic weiner, but we can tell you “What Your Sexting Says About Your Relationship”. And if you need a laugh this week, we can also tell you “What Sexting Would Be Like If Your Parents Read All Your Texts.”

All this attention to sexting is important, since it’s a vital part of modern seduction. But did you hear we just lost the peach emoji. This will severely limit your ability to praise that booty, as writer Dana Hamilton points out in her “Eulogy to the Peach Emoji.”

Future Sex

Synthetic Love With Robo-orgies and Fully Functional Genitalia

These days we’re seeing a lot of “sex with synthetic lovers” presented as a sleek, sexy futuristic fantasy. For example, did you see the sexbot orgy on Westworld? It left a lot of sci-fi freaks steaming their panties and adjusting their jeans.

Meanwhile, back in the real world, sexbots are fast becoming less of a futuristic fantasy and more of a practical partner. This week, it was announced designers have created new sexbots with fully functioning genitalia. What “fully functional” means remains unclear, but it sounds like a false sell. Case and point: We’re assuming these robots don’t get periods.

If you’d like to just keep it casual with a sexbot and don’t want to invest in one of your own, a Swiss coffeeshop now offers you a tryst with a sexbot along with your cappuccino. This business model seems questionable. How often does one sip a latte while wishing for a blowjob…from a robot?

Hard Science

So, a Vanilla Monogamist Walks Into a BDSM Party

In an era when the “younger you are the more open you are to polyamory,” millennial Americans are feeling more free to explore their kinky side than past generations. But according to new data, the majority of Americans–68 percent to be exact–still don’t condone their partner having sex with someone else. However, 19 percent of respondents said it depends on the circumstances.

One of those circumstances might be a visit to a BDSM party. This week, for Hard Science, self-described “vanilla monogamist” Debra Soh hit up a bondage party in a Toronto mansion to see what kink looks like up close and sweaty.

Better Living Through Chemistry

What’s Up With Male Birth Control?

The numbers aren’t encouraging. Millennial men aren’t wearing condoms and STIs and STDs are on the rise. C'mon, guys. For both you and your partner’s health, wrap it up.

Now, if you’re in a relationship, you can often forgo a condom. That is, if you’re monogamous and your partner is willing to go on birth control. But it’s been reported that the pill can leave women experiencing all sorts of negative side effects.

That doesn’t seem fair that women must suffer for you to go bareback, which is why science is trying to create a male birth control pill. Although scientists found an option that’s 96 percent effective, they calld off the clinical trial after men in the study complained of the side effects like mood swings, aka exactly the side effects women deal with. Hearing this story, many women online gave men a huge side eye.

The good news from this aborted male birth control trial is that both sexes can agree that neither men nor women should feel like shit because of birth control. If you don’t agree, maybe you don’t need a partner and you should just Joe Buck yourself. Buzzfeed has you covered, offering some handy pleasure hacks for men. Of course, we don’t recommend you have sex with a bar of soap. Confused? Don’t be. Click here. Just be prepared to laugh.


Captain Barto / Playboy

Captain Barto / Playboy

Well, we’ve reached that time of the week. So, let’s get your mind right for the weekend with some undeniable sexiness. This week, we decided to double up. Meet our Muses Luna and Sol. They stretch a bikini with the best of them and are guaranteed to give you a hit of sexiness that will set you up for your Saturday. Enjoy!

Captain Barto / Playboy

Captain Barto / Playboy



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