Woman Sues Because Massage-Promising Magic Tights Were 'Just Socks'

A Queens woman is suing hosiery company Kushyfoot—"the first brand in women's hosiery to incorporate the ancient healing art of Reflexology in its products"—alleging deceptive business practices because the shaping tights she purchased did not, in fact, deliver a magical fatigue-lifting massage. Sadly, they were "just… »1/15/15 12:30pm1/15/15 12:30pm

You Can Be Enjoying ONE, TWO -- TWO Kinds of Orgasms, HA HA HA

How many types of orgasms do you think a woman's downstairs business can achieve? One? Two? A THOUSAND? Well, there's actually been a fair share of debate about it in the scientific community, with some arguing that two types are possible (one through vaginal stimulation and the other through clitoral) and others… »3/12/14 8:30pm3/12/14 8:30pm

Videos of Subwoofers Making Women Orgasm Are Surprisingly Popular

If a person moseys over to YouTube and searches "subwoofer orgasm," a surprising number of results come up. A shocking number, really. Turns out, there's an entire subgenre of YouTube videos featuring women who are so overcome by the vibrations created by the loud bass that they have no choice but to have incredible… »2/04/14 5:10pm2/04/14 5:10pm

Watch a Bunch of Women Fake Orgasms in Public Just 'Cause

Improv Everywhere, those pranksters who are always trying to appease the god of viral videos, commandeered Katz’s Deli to recreate the scene in When Harry Met Sally where Meg Ryan is all "OOOOH OOOH OMG OMG OMG" and then just eats her salad like her rude-ass didn't just fake a super loud orgasm in the middle of a… »11/13/13 11:00pm11/13/13 11:00pm