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A Pete Davidson Vibrator Sold Out Immediately On Etsy And Twitter Had A Field Day 

 

Let’s get right to it: Last night Pete Davidson appeared on Saturday Night Live’s "Weekend Update" and revealed he recently discovered that someone is selling a vibrator with his face on it.

The handmade sex toy — which sold out immediately, but is now back in stock — has 10 vibration speeds and is waterproof. In other words, it’s a real stocking stuffer.

A Pete Davidson Vibrator Sold Out Immediately On Etsy And Twitter Had A Field Day

Tags: Celebrity, Product, Sale, Success, Vibrator, Women In Charge

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06-Dec-2020


Women slam Tampax over tweet celebrating the 'diversity of all people who bleed' amid calls for boycott 

 

Tampax has faced a backlash online after saying that 'not all people with periods are women'.

The tampon company tweeted in support of transgender people and insisted that 'not all women have periods'.

The company said: 'Fact: Not all women have periods. Also a fact: Not all people with periods are women. Let's celebrate the diversity of all people who bleed.

Women slam Tampax over tweet celebrating the 'diversity of all people who bleed' amid calls for boycott

Tags: Advertising, Backlash, Business, LGBTQ, No One Cares, Overreaction, Politics, Product, Self-hatred, Trans

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25-Oct-2020


Sex doll sales soar with gay people and couples fuelling demand 

 

One sex doll company has released sales figures showing more people bought dolls in the first three months of the year than in the whole of 2019.

Their stats show gay and bi men and women are even more likely than other men and women to have bought one of the dolls.

Likewise, same-sex couples are also keen to add one of the dolls to their bedroom fun.

But the biggest rise of all appears to be among experimental heterosexual couples. That would appear to mean that some people in ‘straight’ relationships are using the lockdown to enjoy their bi side.

GSN

Tags: LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Product, Safety, Sex, Shop, Surge, Toys

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23-Apr-2020


Debate: Is ‘Dunkirk’ director Christopher Nolan the best or the worst filmmaker of our time? 

 

Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk, which comes out on Friday, is his 10th feature as a director: a career that’s netted him 26 Oscar nominations and seven statuettes. His movies are often box office successes — he shares the distinction with James Cameron of having two movies gross more than $1 billion worldwide, for instance — in addition to being critically acclaimed.

But is he actually any good? After all, he went from making small art house films (Following and Memento) to working with some of the most bankable actors in Hollywood and on one of the premier comic book franchises (Batman Begins, The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises), either of which would normally guarantee success, and some of his other pictures (Insomnia, The Prestige) were not considered that memorable.

His films are commercial successes, but the question up for debate is whether they are creatively interesting and worthy of all the hype.

Mic

Tags: Argument, Celebrity, Entertainment, Movie Trivia, Perception, Product

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22-Jul-2017