Sexy Saturday Round Up
We’re baaaaaack! Sexy Saturday Round Up has finished it’s summer vaca, and returned to provide you with information, titillation, and provocation.
Hope you’re finding a way to stay cool under the
thunderdome heat dome this weekend. If nothing else, check out this week’s links and take a cold shower afterwards. ; >
It’s not what you say—it’s how you say it. An algorythim of vocal tones predicts relationship trouble.
We’ve entered the age of the anti-heroine—Huzzah!
From the BBC: The enduring enigma of female desire.
The follies of speed swiping on Tinder.
No, cryogenics cannot cure your wrinkles.
Reader, I tweeted him. Woman tweets bookstore about books, woman finds true love.
Why isn’t Amy Winehouse commonly known as a bulimic and why isn’t her eating disorder recognized as playing a pivotal role in her tragic death?
From Elizabeth SaFleur:
One (whacky) man’s quest to create a million dollar vibrator.
From Elizabeth Shore:
Five misconceptions about pansexuality (and the definition itself, if you don’t know what it is).
Love thyelf. The health benefits of masturbation.
The Bloggess Jenny Lawson tells a story about how singing in her car created peace and harmony with a fellow driver.
Does it work? Who knows. But this website claims it can help you get a raise.
Stop the shaming! How to fight for your right to eat bananas in public.
We’re on Olympics countdown, y’all. Only a few more days until opening ceremony for the big games, but don’t panic. Just use this quick Olympics cheat sheet for everything you need to know.