Friday, November 30, 2012


Ok, this is really not what we usually post…but i laugh so hard watching this i am making an exception.

Thursday, November 29, 2012

Wednesday, November 28, 2012


Booty Log, the Overshare App by Bedsider.

It is where you over-share about your intimate life.
Not on it yet but definitely considering it. The only problem is that i don't necessarily feel like having yet another social network account… so we'll see. But the idea is super fun.

Bedsider is a birth-control support network for women ages 18 to 29 created by Ideo.

In Ideo's words: "The United States has a significant problem with unplanned pregnancy, especially among unmarried 18- to 29-year-olds. Seven in ten pregnancies in this demographic are unplanned, a statistic that applies to women of all ethnicities and socioeconomic levels. Complicating matters are the social tension between abstinence-only and contraception-inclusive education, and the difficulty and expense associated with obtaining prescription birth control."

So they created Bedsider.

"We hope that Bedsider will be a useful tool for women to learn about their birth control options, better manage their birth control, and in the process avoid getting pregnant until they’re ready,” said Planned Parenthood of South Florida and the Treasure Coast in its monthly newsletter. PP and Philliber Research Associates joined forces with the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy to help test and evaluate Bedsider."

Yes, this is true.
It's fun, honest and smart. with a giant load of Chutzpah.
Kinda love it.

Monday, November 26, 2012


"12 inches???? You know you're not supposed to measure from your butthole, right?"


"They are trading you paper, so you can become plastic" 
"This microphone is not a dildo, so you are gonna come a little harder"


Tuesday, November 20, 2012


What are we made of? The question is serious: flesh? Water? Blood? Energy? He's on stage... It's been 6 seconds and i can't take my eyes off him.. No: he's not that hot if you are wondering. I don't get it, how can his eyes, the way he grooves his head.. How can it take my body with such power? What am i made of that another human can have such an effect on me from a distance?
He's off stage now... the spell is gone: thank God, i have my power back.
What am i made of.....

Thursday, November 15, 2012


Pregnant woman dies in Ireland after being denied an abortion

A woman died after she was refused an abortion at an Irish hospital whilst undergoing a miscarriage, it emerged yesterday.

A woman who was 17 weeks pregnant has died after allegedly being denied an abortion in Ireland.
Savita Halappanavar Photo: THE IRISH TIMES
Savita Halappanavar, 31, was 17 weeks pregnant when she developed back pain and tests revealed that she would lose her baby.
But despite her repeated pleas over three days, doctors refused to perform a termination as they could still hear the foetus’s heartbeat, reportedly telling her: "This is a Catholic country."
Mrs Halappanavar’s condition rapidly deteriorated and she died after developing septicaemia four days after the death of her baby.
The case has prompted renewed calls for the Irish government to legislate for abortion, with pro-choice campaigners branding her death “an outrage”.
James Reilly, Ireland’s health minister, sought a report on the circumstances surrounding the tragedy and Galway University Hospital prepared to launch its own investigation.
Mrs Halappanavar’s husband, Praveen, expressed astonishment that his Hindu wife, a dentist, died.
“It’s very hard,” he told the Irish Times. “It has been a terrible few weeks, very hard to understand how this can happen in the 21st century, very hard to explain to her family.”
The couple, who moved to Ireland from India in 2008, had been over the moon when they discovered they were expecting a baby, he disclosed.
Mr Halappanavar, 34, said everything had been fine until his wife developed back pain on Saturday October 20.
They went to the hospital the following morning but after a series of tests, were told nothing was wrong and sent home again.
However, they returned to the hospital just half an hour later after Mrs Halappanavar became increasingly concerned.
Her husband, an engineer employed by Boston Scientific in Galway, said that they were once again told there was no cause for concern but demanded to see a doctor.
A further examination revealed that the cervix was fully dilated and there was no way the baby would survive.
Mr Halappanavar said his wife repeatedly asked for a medical termination but was told it was impossible as long as there was a foetal heartbeat.
“Savita was really in agony,” he said.
“She was very upset, but she accepted she was losing the baby. The consultant said it was the law, that this is a Catholic country. Savita said: ‘I am neither Irish nor Catholic’ but they said there was nothing they could do.
“That evening she developed shakes and shivering and she was vomiting. She went to use the toilet and she collapsed. There were big alarms and a doctor took bloods and started her on antibiotics.”
Eventually, on the Wednesday lunchtime, the foetal heartbeat stopped and Mrs Halappanavar was taken into theatre.
When she regained consciousness, she spoke briefly to her husband for the last time.
That night, she was rushed to intensive care but her heart, liver and kidneys stopped functioning and she died in the early hours of Sunday October 28.
Mr Halappanavar said yesterday that he had decided to speak out about the case to try to prevent it happening again.
In 1992, Ireland’s Supreme Court ruled that abortion should be allowed if the mother’s life was in danger but the law has never been changed, forcing thousands of women to travel abroad for terminations every year.
Enda Kenny, the Taoiseach, came under renewed pressure to legislate for abortion yesterday but said he would await the results of reviews into Mrs Halappanavar’s death by the hospital and by the Health Service Executive.
Rachel Donnelly, a spokeswoman for the Galway Pro-Choice campaign group, said the case highlighted the need for legal change.
"This was an obstetric emergency which should have been dealt with in a routine manner,” she said. “Yet Irish doctors are restrained from making obvious medical decisions by a fear of potentially severe consequences.”
Mrs Halappanavar has since been cremated in her native India.

Saturday, November 10, 2012


I don't understand why men need to remind you that they're straight when a gay guy flirts with them. The other day, my gay guy friend came over to chat with me and my straight guy friend. We all know each other very well and gay guy isn't trying to chase anyone. He is, though, a great flirt. I find this adorable.

One day, he came over, and jokingly looked at me ( I had my legs showing).

"Looks like I have competition!" the gay guy said. We all laughed and he walked away. Harmless right??

Straight guy "You know.....there is no competition."
Me "Meaning?"
Straight guy "You would win every time."
Me "Are you trying to remind me that you're straight?"
Straight guy "I like pussy, not dick."
Me "Why do you feel the need to remind me?"
Straight guy "Well, I wouldn't want anyone to think I'm gay."
Me "But I already KNOW you're not gay."
Straight guy "I know, never know."

Me "Look, if someone came up to you and said you were an astronaut, would you automatically become one?"
Straight guy "No."
Me "Exactly."

Friday, November 9, 2012


A few weeks back, i was introduced to Kizomba. A old dance (late 1800s) that seems to slowly become the new thing.
Originally from Angola, it is also danced in Cape Verde and other ex-portuguese colonies.
Basically, it is a beautiful mix of zouk and tango. No need to tell you that it is a VERY sensual dance. Not too much for the "zouk" influence ( hips moving, slight grinding) but really for the tango part of it. See it is virtually impossible to dance with a man if you don't COMPLETELY LET HIM LEAD. And the only way is, like tango, to close your eyes and almost make one with his breathing.
Let me tell you that for a girl like me, letting a man completely lead my body is VERY hard.
Long story short, i decided to go check out this free class yesterday. The way it was tough was that the approx. 15 girls and 15 guys were to switch every few moves.
Now here comes the funny part: not only did it feel like an awkward spe ed-dating-hugging, you could also totally tell every guy's "style" in bed.
Like for real. The nervous and quick one, the "lazy and sweaty" one, the "i think i'm soooo good" (but he's just "ok") one, the "it's all about me" one, and of course, the "attentive into the moment" one.
I've never been a huge advocate of the whole : good dancers are good in bed. Simply because i've been with my share of dancers and most of them were not good lovers. So yeah. But i do believe that because of the "tango-ish" nature of this dance, it kind of gives you a bit of an idea of the guy's sex-personality.
Thing is, i will never really know as i have no plans of sleeping with all the guys i dance with.
And that is the end of this post. Ha.

Tuesday, November 6, 2012


So this week end, i went shopping…
Bought Victoria Secret uber sexy underwear, got my Perle Mag and found this little baby here….Teddy, Teddy Beat. Part of a collection called "bd cul", it is in french and is an erotic cartoon.
Drawing are amazing and stories are told like we talk. So even though the characters are green, orange, yellow, triangle or square, you immidietely get what kind of peeps they are.
Anyway, did the trick..twice.
I'll scan a few more and share soon…