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Kate Upton & Co by Sebastian Faena & Carine Roitfeld for Harper’s Bazaar Australia May 2013


Victoria’s Secret Angels have Appeared Often In GQ & Esquire

‘Mine’ By Alvaro de la Herran Starring Marina Jamieson & Garret Neff

Sexual Politics & Fashion, 50 Shades of Grey Meets YVVY's Nude Edition

Just Say ‘No’ | Programming Your Brain’s RAS System to Hate Size 0 Fashion Ads

Did Spencer Tunick Shoot Playboy Logo Ad?

Self Love Is Saying ‘No’ to Fashion Body Images You Hate

Sensual Dames Love Stockings & Garter Belts from Secrets & Lace

Wilhelm Reich & Sexual Healing Without Fashion Body Armor

Men More Likely Than Women To First Look at Face in Porn Films

Reflections on Female Sexual Desire: Anais Nin, Marilyn Monroe & Isabelle Allende Join Forces with Anne

Everyday Erotic: Young Women Embrace Nudity in Pictures As Beautiful, Not Pornographic

Givenchy Transgender Model Lea T Stars in French Vogue (2010)

Is Forniphilia Essentially Women's Sex-Slave Work?

Statistics Say Conservatives Buy More Porn

Forniphilia | Women As Doormats and Other Art Furniture

Female Deception | Vagina or Vajayjay

American Culture Promotes Female Sexual Dysfunction

Emmanuelle Alt & Nudity | Vill Vogue Paris Remain A Sensual Beacon?

Sexy Doublespeak | American Women & Sexual Honesty

Selita Ebanks | Kanye West | ‘Runaway’ Full Video Embedded

‘Pretty Boy’ Andrej Pejic Talks Sex, Love & Leaving His Gender to ‘Artistic Interpretation’

Find Your Sensual, Sovereign Self with Lone Morch in Paris

Franca Sozzani on Curvy Girls, Sensuality & More Body Types in Fashion

Orgasmic Female Brain in ‘La Petite Mort’

Every Woman Should Own Jordan Matters’ ‘Uncovered’

The Great Wall of Vagina | Learning to Love Our Genitalia

Saint Shakira Calls Libido the “Engine of the World”

Controlling Women’s Bodies Is a Fight to the Finish

Christina Hendricks Reveals Our Inner Lilith Woman

Wisdom

Sensuality News Daily

Young, not too serious style

Sensuality News Platinum

Wide screen, very sexy artistry

SN Provocateurs

Very sensual, less artistic

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Candice Swanepoel & Erin Heatherton | Victoria’s Secret January 2012

Edita Vilkeviciute | Victoria’s Secret Catalogue December 2011

Miranda, Adriana, Candice, Erin, Doutz

VS 2011 Fashion Show in 6 Segments

Victoria’s Secret Angel Adriana Lima’s Black Lace & Red Lips

Readers Choice VS

Adriana Lima | Victoria’s Secret Angel in Venice Perhaps?

Alessandra Ambrosio | Gavin Bond | GQ Germany February 2011

Brooklyn Decker | Esquire February 2011 |2010  ‘Sexiest Woman Alive’

Candice Swanepoel | Beach Bunny Swimwear | Cruise 2011

Lindsay Ellingson | Victoria’s Secret Gorgeous Bra 2011

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley | Greg Williams | Spreading Love, Love, Love

Readers Choice AOC | SN

Daniela Freitas | Pierre Dal Corso | Undress Me

Lara Stone | Mario Testino | GQ UK October 2011 'Woman of the Year'

Nicole Trunfio | Richard Kern | GQ Italia June 2010

Kate Upton | Yu Tsai | Beach Bunny Bridal 2011

Milly Simmonds | Signe Vilstrup | Tush Fall 2011 | Phoenix Rising

Carolyn Murphy | Mario Testino | V Magazine Fall 2011 | Liz as Virginia Woolf

Sasha Pivovarova | Mert & Marcus | Vogue Paris October 2011

Nicole Trunfio | Aram Bedrossian | LoveCat #2 | ‘Pretty Woman’

Ritratti Milano Lingerie Fall 2011 | Ode to Venice

Jana Wirth & Natalia Piro | Michael Donovan | Creem #3 | His+Hers

Andrej Pejic | Tiago Molinos | Follow Magazine #5 Editorial

Fashion Model Andrej Pejic’s Video Interview | A Star Is Born

Irina Shayk New Brand Ambassador for Intimissimi Lingerie

Oriol Elcacho & Davinia Pepegri | Nico | El Pais Semanal

Paz de la Huerta | Ellen von Unwerth | Lovecat Issue #1 | 'Paz Uncensored'

Ellen Von Unwerth | Smart Sensuality Women’s “Revenge”

Eva Herzigova | Vincent Peters | GQ Italy Aug 2008

Woman | Nicole Trunfio | Matthew Frost | 'Wet, Wet, Wet' | Jalouse Jan 2009

Woman | Diora Baird | Stephen Wurth | GQ Italia Feb 2011

Lidia Kochetkova & Olesya Yarokhina | David Hamilton | Soon International #13

Gisele, Adriana, Ana | Timeless Beauties | Victoria's Secret Back Stage

Sunday
Apr262015

The Future Of Sexbots In Society

In the past year or so there has been a lot written about the future of sex dolls, and the likelihood that sophisticated robots will ultimately have a place in sexual, or even romantic culture. The consensus seems to be that as artificial intelligence and robotic performance improves, it's inevitable that human beings will in one way or another be having more sex with robots, probably within the next five or 10 years. But what exactly does that mean for society? More specifically, will it help or hurt human relationships?

 

It should first be noted that the future of sex dolls—we'll probably just be calling them sex-bots soon enough—is already looking extraordinarily sophisticated. Alternet posted an interview with sculptor-turned-sex doll designer Matt McMullen last year, and it was revealed that even today these dolls are made with extraordinary degrees of detail and customization. McMullen's dolls sell for anywhere between $6,500 to $51,000 and offer a seemingly endless array of options to consumers. According to the interview, there are 20 different textures of nipple to choose from. You can also "add freckles for $150," and things of that nature. Basically, a consumer can craft the perfect sex doll for his or her preferences (and yes, there are male options available); and that's before technology and intelligence even get into the mix.

 

Once the detail and customization we see in modern sex dolls meets the inevitable advances in technological sophistication, we're liable to see a major shift in how these things are used and how they affect the ways in which people fulfill sexual needs. According to a significant Pew Research study summarized by Extreme Tech, "sexbots will be commonplace" by 2025, if not sooner. The study, as a whole, was about the place of AI and robotics in culture and in the workplace, but its brief coverage of AI as it relates to sex produced some interesting ideas. Namely, these included the sheer prevalence of sexbots 10 years from now, as well as the potential for this shift to severely alter (or eliminate, depending on how you look at it) the prostitution industry.

 

As for how all this will affect actual humans and male and female sexuality, there's really no telling. In particular, it's a tough issue to discuss from a neutral perspective because it's still a concept that's related primarily to men, and male needs. In fact, even the modern "sex doll" is thought of as a male tool. In breaking down the concept of sex dolls Adam and Eve 

writes that they're "intended purpose is for male masturbatory pleasure," though they do indicate that they can be used to "fulfill a ménage-a-trios fantasy." The closest female alternative appears to be a vibrator or dildo, which are closer in concept to male masturbators than full-on humanoid sex dolls. In keeping with this disparity, the dolls crafted by the aforementioned sculptor Matt McMullen do come in male and female models, though the females apparently sell much better.

 

That said, it would seem only reasonable that as sophisticated sexbots gradually take over for sex dolls, more options engineered for women will also exist. And regardless, there are some interesting arguments out there suggesting that the rise of such robots could actually be helpful, rather than hurtful, for relationships.

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Monday
Mar302015

Bar Rafaeli Works It, Snapped By Hunter & Gatti For Marie Claire Mexico May 2015

Newly-engaged Israeli model Bar Rafaeli fronts the April issue of Marie Claire Mexico. Lensed in saturated images by Hunter & Gatti, Bar wears athletic pieces by Alvaro Montaño. For more on Bar Rafaeli's fiancé Adi Ezra, read on.

 

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Monday
Mar232015

Alison Brie By Katie Bleacher & Dean Everard For GQ Mexico March 2015

American actress Alison Brie is lensed in a redundant sequence of images by Katie Bleacher and Dean Everard for GQ Mexico's March issue. / Hair by David Gardner; makeup by Matthew VanLeeuwen

 

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Sunday
Mar152015

JP & Nuel Mcgough By Brandon Mercer For Haze Collection Spring 2015

Models JP and Nuel Mcgough know that the eyes have it, lensed by Brandon Mercer for Aussie brand Haze Collection shades.

 

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Friday
Mar062015

Daniela Braga In 'Deu no Couro' By Nicole Heiniger For Harper's Bazaar Brazil March 2015

Model Daniela Braga is styled in slick, modern, sports-inspired black and whites with plenty of mesh affects by Flavia Lafer as 'Deu no Couro'. Photographer Nicole Heiniger is in the studio for Harper's Bazaar Brazil's March issue. / Beauty by Silvio Giorgio

 

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Sunday
Feb222015

Anna Ewers, Hollie May Saker & Sasha Luss By Steven Meisel For Moschino Spring/Summer 2015

Models Anna Ewers, Hollie May Saker and Sasha Luss get their Moschino on, lensed by Steven Meisel. Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele styles the bombshells who mean business for Moschino's Spring/Summer Ad Campaign.

 

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Sunday
Feb222015

Martha Hunt by Adam Franzino | The Sensualists

Martha Hunt (see ALL AOC Martha Hunt) exudes a sensually-elegant attitude and aura, lensed by Adam Franzino (see website) in 'Next to Nothing'.

 

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