Here's Jon Stewart Saying "Vagina" Over and Over and Over

Japanese artist Rokudenashiko was recently arrested for violating the nation's super-strict obscenity laws, when she simply emailed several people 3D-printer data of her own vagina. (They were contributors to her crowdfunding campaign to build a vagina boat.) This provided Jon Stewart with an excellent opportunity… » 7/25/14 5:30pm Yesterday 5:30pm

Anderson Cooper Just Doesn't Know That Much About Vaginas

Anderson Cooper admitted something during a recent AC360 segment which has long been suspected: he simply doesn't know a whole lot about vaginas. The comment came when the CNN anchor was discussing the recent story of an American exchange student getting lodged in a sculpture of a vagina. » 6/26/14 9:01pm 6/26/14 9:01pm

Dear God In Heaven Please Don't Let 'Going Commando' Become Trendy

First, let me make this clear: I don't care if other people want to swear off underwear. If you want to air your vagina in the honeyed summer breezes of public transportation or your cube farm employer or the law school library, I would never move to interfere with your desire to do that. In America, everyone has the… » 6/16/14 7:00pm 6/16/14 7:00pm

US Airways Won't Be Firing Anyone Over Airplane Vagina Tweet

After the Tweet That Launched A Thousand Vaginal Airplane Puns, UterUS Airways has concluded that the airline's tweet of a woman with a toy plane in her vagina (link very NSFW) was an error made by an employee who was just trying to report someone else for posting the vagina airplane picture. It was an honest mistake.… » 4/16/14 11:00am 4/16/14 11:00am

The One Word That's Still a Sexting Taboo

In an ideal world, a lady chooses to sext because sexting gets her rocks off. The mobile exchanges of I'm hard/I'm wet are an easy, lazy and safe way to test comfort zones and have a good time — and you don't even have to stop watching Roseanne reruns from your couch in order to participate. What freedom! There is one… » 3/12/14 12:40pm 3/12/14 12:40pm

Looking at Labiaplastied Vulvas Makes Women Dislike Normal Ones

A study published in the BJOG, an International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology which required women to look at photos of "modified" and "unmodified" vulvas found that, unsurprisingly, the women who had looked at more photos of the modified vulvas considered them more "normal" and better fit "society's ideal"… » 12/31/13 5:20pm 12/31/13 5:20pm