Olivia Brower.  Sasha Eisenman.

Olivia Brower. Sasha Eisenman.

Cover Model

Olivia Brower Provides an Oasis of Sexiness in the Middle of Summer

Olivia Brower.  Sasha Eisenman.

Olivia Brower. Sasha Eisenman.

Dayum. That’s about all there is to say about these ridic pics of Olivia Brower by Sasha Eisenman. Wandering in a cowboy hat in the desert of Joshua Tree on horseback, Olivia Brower will drop your jaw.

Olivia Brower.  Sasha Eisenman.

Olivia Brower. Sasha Eisenman.

It’s summertime. You probably shouldn’t feel as stressed as you are. To unwind your mind, let your imagination roam through the desert with Olivia. Click here and let her blow your mind with a pictorial that’s hotter than the sweltering desert heat. Enjoy!

Olivia Brower.  Sasha Eisenman.

Olivia Brower. Sasha Eisenman.

Sex Ed

The Fountain of Youth Involves —Surprise—Sex

We say this a lot, but sex is really, really good for your health. This week, some sex researchers revealed that women with regular sex lives can slow down aging. That’s right, coming keeps women young coming. By the way, the only reason this conclusion is specific to women is because this study was only conducted on women.

Still good news for straight men, I say. It’s just a matter of how you look at it. Like, maybe let your girl read the Cosmopolitan article about it and see what conclusions she comes to on her own.

Safe Sex

Let’s Review Some Dating Apps Made for People With STDs

For people who’ve contracted an STD, one of the scariest things is discussing it with a new potential partner. That’s why some people don’t say anything and instead willingly risk the health of their partners. That’s whack. Meanwhile, others shy away from sexual encounters altogether to avoid having to disclose their status or jeopardizing the health of others (or both).

There’s good news for those afraid to swipe right: there’s hope in the form of a dating site literally called Hope, developed for people with STD/Is. Similar sites for HIV-positive people include PositiveSingles and PozMatch. There are also communities like POZ. Together, these form sexy, safe spaces for people living honestly with an STD. Because everyone should feel confident and be recognized for the sexy beast they are.

Future Sex

The World’s Most Beautiful Vagina Contest Has a Spin-off Toy Line

Brian Sloan was once a man with a dream, a simple dream: to find the world’s most beautiful vagina. This is not an uncommon goal among most men, but Sloan is more persistent than others. In 2015, he made his dream come true and created an actual contest to find the world’s most beautiful vagina. After realizing his dream, what do you think he did next? If you guessed monetized TF out of it, literally and figuratively, you’re right.

Sloan wants the world to know that “two years after the contest’s completion, all three winner’s genitals have been mass-produced as male masturbation aides.” Sloan took 3D scans of the women’s vulvas and vaginas and replicated them as handheld masturbator sleeves. But wait, there’s more: “Many men will appreciate that the see-through handle portion has a magnifying effect, making their penises look larger than they actually are.“

If you want to see if beauty truly is only skin deep—or if you just want to have sex with a magnifying 3D replica of one of the three most beautiful vaginas in the world—check out WinningVulvas.com. What will they think of next?

Sex Scenes

The Female Sexual Revolution Will be Televised

In the 1970s, auteurs changed the way we watched films and in response, our world, politics and sexualities changed too. Today, television has replaced cinema as the medium where we often locate our deeper truths, recognize ourselves and see how much we’ve changed. This week, Playboy Senior Editor Shane Michael Singh examined how prestige television created by women is investing in under-explored narratives—and how those efforts are being rewarded.

This is why the success of Big Little Lies and The Handmaid’s Tale is as subversive as it is fresh. These programs have forced us to ingest honest depictions of sexual politics in a time when the traditional human relationships are, for the first time in decades, being overhauled by everything from non-monogamy to restrictive health care to the nebulous definition of consent. Pleasure has never existed in a vacuum; television shouldn’t pretend it does.

Be sure to read the full article here: "The Female Sexual Revolution Will Be Televised”. And if you’re in the mood to Netflix and chill tonight—even if it’s by yourself—here’s a starter list of the sexiest shows streaming this month.

Sex and Politics

Let’s Talk About Assault… Against Men

If we told you about a new study published this week that says that nearly 50 percent of women have been sexually victimized, would you be surprised? Sadly, you may not be. And worse yet, that study is real, courtesy of Pew. Way too often, the internet can be a brutal space for women. We all know this––or should be aware of this.

But what if we told you men are more likely to be harassed online than women? Would that surprise you? This is also true. The data breaks down like this: 44 percent of men and 37 percent of women have been harassed online. That’s not to say men have it worse; it’s to point out how it sucks for everyone. According to Pew’s research, the internet is toxic for everyone. It’s to the point that “a majority of Americans (62 percent) view online harassment as a major problem.”

Coincidentally, that’s the same number of Americans who have an unfavorable opinion of President Donald Trump. Apparently, 38 percent of America thinks other people need to quit being haters. And ironically, the other 62 percent agree with them, but have a different definition of haters.

There was another study released this week with surprising findings about men and sexual assault. Apparently, there’s a “long-standing theory that sexual assault isn’t as emotionally traumatizing for men as it is for women and that it doesn’t result in similar emotional impacts, especially depression.“ A new study debunks all that nonsense. With 38 percent of sexual assault cases reported by men, and studies like this about the traumatic effects of sexual assault on men, it’s clear that rape isn’t just a women’s problem. It’s a cultural problem. And as such, it’s one men and women need to work together on to fight.

This Week In WTF?!

“I’m Not Your Hooker”

This is a weird, wonderful world, and each week we take a spin around the globe to find stories of when people push the boundaries of what we all consider sexy or appropriate—those tales that make you say, “Who does that?!” This week, humans kept it more than 100. Once again, a few went for that extra crown. Wanna play a game? Guess which headlines are real and which are fake.


Five-Year-Old Investigated For Sexting “Kids, these days. Amirite?” the milquetoast late-night host jokes. But this is no joke. Over in the United Kingdom, “the five-year-old, from County Durham, was spoken to by officers of Durham Constabulary last year.” If you can believe it, kindergarteners are out there trying to get the hookup.

Man Sexts His Future Wife; Gets Busted As a Sex Offender

This one is slippery. It’s a time trick, in two ways. The dude sexts with a teen, he gets arrested, but then he marries her, but he still gets sentenced for having sexted with her before they were man-and-wife. When his day in court came, she was there supporting him. But when he gets out of jail, he’ll need to register as a sex offender. If you had to guess, in which state do you think this occurred? No, not Florida. Minot, North Dakota. True story.

__Oregon Woman Molests Stranger On Flight**

When we say molest, we mean it. As the woman seated next to her slept, this drunk Oregon woman returning from Las Vegas decided to cop a feel and let her fingers take a walk where they shouldn’t be. This did not lead to any kinky, mile high club action. Instead, when the flight landed, she was arrested. She should’ve stayed in Vegas.

Lady Yells, “I’m Not Your Hooker!” In Denville, New Jersey, there’s a woman who spends her time educating people, on a come-as-you-are basis, that she is not a hooker. “Your hooker is not here. I am not your hooker!” Kim Perez once yelled at a biker who mistakenly showed at her house looking for a massage. Due to the peculiarities of a local map, her house and a local business of a certain type, called Lake Spa, share the same address. This means that sometimes on a Sunday night, a six-foot-something man will turn up at her house looking for a happy ending. Just like Perez told the local police, this story is true.

If you guessed "true” for each story, congrats, you win this week.


Tara Lynn. Brydie Mack.

Tara Lynn. Brydie Mack.

Well, we’ve reached that time of the week when business gives in to pleasure. It’s the weekend, so let’s get your mind right for the sexy to come. Here’s Tara Lynn down in Tulum, dipping her sexiness in the warm aquamarine waters of the Caribbean. Enjoy!

Tara Lynn. Brydie Mack.

Tara Lynn. Brydie Mack.