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Promis, die während der Selbst-Isolation zu ihren grauen Haaren stehen

Zusätzlich zu den vielen bedeutungsvollen, schwerwiegenden Veränderungen und Problemen, die die Selbst-Isolation mit sich bringt, gibt es auch ein paar Herausforderungen, die trivial scheinen, manche Menschen aber dennoch sehr beschäftigen. Zum Beispiel können wir seit ein paar Wochen nicht mehr zum Friseur gehen. Und das bedeutet nicht nur, dass der Pony mittlerweile in die Augen pikst, sondern auch, dass der graue Ansatz langsam, aber sicher Richtung Ohren wandert.Während sich manche deswegen ...
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Kinky medical role play and fetish supplier donates scrubs to hospital

MedFetUK, a UK fetish company that deals in medical supplies and equipment for sex play has donated its supply of scrubs to a National Health Service hospital. “It was just a few sets, because we don’t carry large stocks, but they were desperate, so we sent them free of charge...” MedFetUK tweeted. "When we, a tiny company set up to serve a small section of the kink community, find ourselves being sought out as a last-resort supplier to our National Health Service in a time of crisis, s...
Tags: Post, UK, News, Sex, NHS, National Health Service, Fetish, Donations, Kink, Kinky, Coronavirus

Official NYC Health Guidelines advise against rimjobs during coronavirus outbreak

An official memo from the offers guidance for sexual intercourse during social distancing. Among other things, it warns: We still have a lot to learn about COVID-19 and sex. COVID-19 has been found in feces of people who are infected with the virus. COVID-19 has not yet been found in semen or vaginal fluid. We know that other coronaviruses do not efficiently transmit through sex. And provides a very important reminder that: You are your safest sex partner. Masturbation will not spread COVID...
Tags: Post, News, Sex, New York City, Rimjobs, Sex Advice, Safe Sex, Coronavirus, Dental Dams, Diblasidon't Go Ass To Mouth

Tim Gunn on reuniting with Heidi Klum for ‘Making the Cut’

Tim Gunn says that “Making the Cut,” the new Amazon series he’s hosting with Heidi Klum, is the result of their unhappiness over the direction of their previous project, “Project Runway.” “Heidi and I have wanted to make changes to ‘Project Runway’ for quite a while,” Gunn, 66, tells The Post. “We were joined in...
Tags: Amazon, Post, Fashion, Heidi Klum, Heidi, Gunn, Tim Gunn

Human child spine bag "ethically sourced"

This is the creation of avant-garde fashion designer Arnold Putra, claimed to be made with an ethically-sourced human child spine and alligator tongue leather. Unfortunately, it's been memory holed since Twitter found it. Fortunately, the memory holers always forget about the Bing Cache. The ARNOLD PUTRA alligator tongue and human spine bag has been ethically sourced and crafted in a multiple panel construction. With an emphasis on protruding scar stitching lacing the outer construction of the ...
Tags: Amazon, Art, Post, Fashion, News, Shell, Cassandra Khaw, Arnold Putra

Louis Vuitton converting perfume production lines to hand sanitizer manufacturing

French conglomerate LVMH -- owner of Louis Vuitton, Givenchy, and Christian Dior, and other luxury brands -- is converting its perfume production lines to crank out hand sanitizer. And no, they won't be selling high ticket hand sanitizer bottles in their boutiques. "These gels will be delivered free of charge to the health authorities," the company announced. "LVMH will continue to honour this commitment for as long as necessary, in connection with the French health authorities." (BBC) ...
Tags: Post, Fashion, News, Bbc, Luxury, Manufacturing, Christian Dior, Lvmh, Louis Vuitton, Hand Sanitizer, Louis Vuitton Givenchy, Coronavirus

Vans reissues limited edition "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" promotional sneakers

In 1982, Jeff Spicoli brought checkerboard Vans beyond the SoCal surf-skate culture and onto the big screen in one of my all-time favorite films, Fast Times at Ridgemont High. (The story goes that Sean Penn had bought shortly before filming began and convinced director Amy Heckerling to let him wear them in the movie.) To celebrate the movie's release, Steve Van Doren, son of the Vans founder Paul Van Doren, made a limited run of special Fast Times slip-ons made to give away at the pre...
Tags: Post, Fashion, Movies, News, Shoes, Sneakers, Sean Penn, Anaheim, Fast Times, Jeff Spicoli, Steve Van Doren, Paul Van Doren, Amy Heckerling, Tasty Waves And A Cool Buzz

6 Effective Social Media Marketing Tips for Salons

Social media has become an effective marketing tool for businesses, especially for those in the beauty and wellness industries. Salons and spas benefit from social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.  Salons can show off everything about themselves through their profile and photos, and the best thing about it is that it is free! Here are some of the best social media marketing tips to use them as an effective salon marketing strategy. One of the most impo...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Post, Fashion, Beauty, Salon, Hair, Facebook Instagram, Salon Hair Care, Salon Quality, Beauty Salon, Salon Marketing Strategy, Effective Social Media Marketing Tips for Salons, Twitter Salons, SalonLife

FBI, NYPD raid fashion mogul Peter Nygard’s Times Square office in sex-trafficking probe

Nicholas Biase, a spokesman for the US Attorney's Office in Manhattan, confirmed to The Post that the raid was carried out but would not elaborate or provide details.
Tags: Post, Fashion, Fbi, Manhattan, Times Square, US Attorney s Office, Nicholas Biase, Peter Nygard

Porn video shot in public library upsets citizens

Residents of the Ocean Park neighborhood in Santa Monica, California are angry that adult film performer Ellie Eilish and a colleague allegedly filmed a porn movie inside the local public library. The video apparently turned up on PornHub where, according to the Santa Monica Daily Press, "library porn is not uncommon." From the SMDP: The video, which was posted three weeks ago, shows 19-year-old entertainer Ellie Eilish exposing herself while walking around Ocean Park, outside of the ...
Tags: Post, News, Sex, Libraries, Pornhub, Public Sex, Santa Monica, Santa Monica California, Ocean Park, Eilish, Santa Monica Police Department, Santa Monica Daily Press, Adult Movies, Ellie Eilish, Santa Monica Public Library CC BY SA

Amsterdam plans to move red light district into a new, indoor erotic mall

The Amsterdam city council released plans to possibly move much of its infamous red light district into an indoor erotic complex with a hotel, sex club, theater, and cafes. From The Guardian: Amsterdam’s mayor, Femke Halsema, has vowed to clean up the city’s red light district as her staff complain that throngs of tourists, often drunk and rowdy, “disrespected both prostitutes and residents”. Halsema also wants to fight a new trend, a “major increase in unlicensed underground prostit...
Tags: Post, News, Sex, Prostitution, Amsterdam, Sex Work, Wallen, Halsema, Femke Halsema, Bjarki Sigursveinsson

New York fashion school apologizes for racist catwalk face mask

The Fashion Institute of Technology has apologized for a "clearly racist" show where a black model was asked to wear giant red lips and black plastic ears. The model refused, but white colleages were photographed on the catwalk wearing the bizarre prostheses. The college's president is not sure if there was an explicitly racial comment being made, but is looking into it, reports the BBC: "Currently," its president Joyce F Brown said in a statement, "it does not appear that the original intent of...
Tags: Post, Fashion, New York Post, News, China, Bbc, Racism, Mistakes, Fashion Institute of Technology, Junkai Huang, Joyce F Brown, New York fashion school, Amy Lefevre, Richard Thornn

Understanding the neuroscience of pleasure

Nan Wise, Ph.D., is AASECT certified sex therapist, neuroscientist, certified relationship expert, and author. Follow her @AskDoctorNan. The following is adapted from her new book, Why Good Sex Matters: Understanding the Neuroscience of Pleasure for a Smarter, Happier, and More Purpose-Filled Life. -- Mark Our society has had a long, challenging relationship with pleasure. A recent study indicates that American adults are having sex less often than before, with an especially steep decline since ...
Tags: Post, News, Sex, Relationships, Kmart, Anhedonia, Matt, Margaret Paul, Nan Wise Ph D

RompHim goes out of business

RompHim, the rompers-for-men company that achieved viral success a couple of years back, is going out of business. CNN reports that the initial focus on marketing to straight bros limited their appeal from the outset. Remaining stock is 75% off if you want one.
Tags: Post, Fashion, News, Cnn, RompHim, Male rompers

Ewan McGregor crafts his ‘Simply Halston’ role at NYFW 2020

Ewan McGregor was researching a chic role backstage at Naeem Khan. “I wanted to observe Naeem,” the Scottish actor told The Post after the glittery runway show during New York Fashion Week. “I’m playing the fashion designer Halston in a series, and Naeem used to work with him,” said McGregor. He was referring to the...
Tags: Post, Fashion, New York, Ewan McGregor, Naeem Khan, Halston, Naeem, McGregor He

Maye Musk reacts to son Elon Musk’s baby news at NYFW 2020

Turn that runway frown upside down! Catwalk veteran Maye Musk is tired of all the long faces. “I would like to see models being a little pleasant and relatable and having fun,” the 71-year-old Canadian-South African cover girl tells The Post from her front-row perch at the Sally LaPointe show during New York Fashion Week....
Tags: Post, Fashion, Elon Musk, Sally Lapointe, Maye Musk

Keri Russell admits she steals Matthew Rhys’ clothes at NYFW

First Keri Russell ran off with Matthew Rhys’ heart, and now she loots his wardrobe. “That’s our thing,” the actress told The Post at the Rag & Bone show during New York Fashion Week 2020, which she attended with her main squeeze and “The Americans” co-star. “I buy him clothes and then I steal them...
Tags: Post, Fashion, Keri Russell, New York Fashion Week, Matthew Rhys, NYFW

15 Crucial Methods to Hire the Right Person

Whether it’s a small business or a relatively large one, it’s always essential to hire the right persons. Putting it in an even proper perspective, whoever you hire can make or mar your establishment. There have been cases of people who walked into a flourishing company and the company’s growth waned and then there have been cases where a company hired a game-changer whose presence on the staff turned the business around. Not to worry, there are certain things you can do that will guarantee you...
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The silk shirt Charles I of England wore to have his head chopped off

The Museum of London will soon publicly display Charles I's execution vest for the first time. The doomed king wore the silk garment to the chopping block after his defeat in the English Civil War of the 17th century; 30 January is the 371st anniversary of his death at the Banqueting House on Whitehall. The stains are said to be vomit, not blood.
Tags: Post, Fashion, England, London, News, History, Deaths, Charles, Whitehall, Banqueting House

Sex pheromone named after a character in Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice" changes mice brains

Darcin is a pheromone found in the urine of male mice. It's used to mark territory and signal mating availability, and was named after the character Mr. Darcy who appears in Jane Austin's Pride and Prejudice. In the new issue of Nature, researchers at Columbia University report on how darcin "takes hold in the brains of female mice, giving cells in the brain's emotion center the power to assess the mouse's sexual readiness and help her select a mate." From the press release: Pheromones, such as ...
Tags: Post, Science, News, Biology, Sex, Jane Austen, Columbia University, Animal Behavior, Darcy, Jane Austin, Pheromones, Adam Kepecs, Rama Own, Hurst Dr Beynon

Fashion arts student stuns the crowd with his latex balloon creations that transform into dresses

My jaw literally fell open when I first saw a clip of Fredrik Tjærandsen BA presentation for Central Saint Martins, the London art college. The Norwegian fashion designer and visual artist's graduate collection featured inflatable latex balloons around models' arms, legs, and torsos. Some of the pieces transformed into somewhat more conventional latex dresses as models floated down the runway. Fittingly, the out-of-this-world collection was accompanied by Mica Levi's gorgeous and haunting so...
Tags: Post, Fashion, London, News, Jonathan Glazer, Mica Levi, Saint Martins, Fredrik Tjærandsen

Diese Frauen feierten im letzten Jahrzehnt große Erfolge in Hollywood

2020 ist ein besonderes Jahr, denn es hat gleichzeitig ein neues Jahrzehnt eingeleitet. Viele von uns setzen große Hoffnungen auf die 20er und arbeiten hart daran, die eigenen Vorsätze endlich durchzuziehen. Dabei brachte auch das letzte Jahrzehnt viele gute Dinge mit sich – vor allem für die Frauen in der Unterhaltungsindustrie. Nach der jahrelangen unfairen Bevorzugung von Männern bei Preisverleihungen und Award-Nominierungen, sind in den letzten 10 Jahren endlich auch mal ein paar Frauen ins ...
Tags: Post, Fashion, Music, Hollywood, Jennifer Lawrence, Viola Davis, Taylor Swift, Jack Nicholson, France, Disney, Mtv, Meryl Streep, Time Magazine, Quvenzhane Wallis, Richard Linklater, Emmy

Boda Boda fashion show: equipping Nairobi motor taxi drivers with outfits to match their glorious bikes

Boda Bodas are the ubiquitous motorbike taxis of Nairobi; Boda Boda drivers are in an arms-race to produce the most elaborately decorated motorbikes in order to differentiate themselves from the competition. The Ugandan-Kenyan fashion designer Bobbin Case and the photographer Jan Hoek created new fashion looks for seven Boda Boda drivers that matched their bikes, a venture that was so successful that the drivers kept their outfits and now wear them to work: "The nice thing is that because o...
Tags: Post, Photography, Fashion, News, Kenya, Nairobi, Boda Boda, Boda Bodas, Jan Hoek, Bobbin Case

Heartwarming comic about breast-reduction surgery

Today on Oh Joy Sex Toy (previously) guest-artist Alex P Perkins offers us a graphic memoir of her breast reduction surgery in 10th grade, and the way it put her on a journey toward "loving my body for what it is: mine." Perkins's work is a powerful reminder that the graphic form is exceptionally well-suited to memoir and personal storytelling, from Maus to Fun House to Zahra's Paradise. My Breast Reduction [Alex P Perkins/Oh Joy Sex Toy]
Tags: Health, Post, Comics, News, Sex, Memoir, Perkins, Zahra, Fun House, Top Surgery, Alex P Perkins

Bestiality was not socially acceptable in medieval Europe

Sweary historian Eleanor Janega writes on her Going Medieval blog (previously) that there was never a time in medieval Europe when bestiality was socially acceptable, and brings the receipts in the form of eyewatering details on the punishments for having sex with animals. Janega mentions that, of course, any non-procreative sex was doctrinally suspect in the Christian tradition of the day, because sex was what got humankind kicked out of Eden, so the only time you should be getting it on i...
Tags: Europe, Post, News, Sex, History, Bestiality, Thomas Aquinas, Eleanor Janega, Janega

The Picard sweater

Chicago's Volante (previously) bills itself as "streetwear for superheroes," and I love their clothes. They've just released an addition to their existing canon of Star Trek-themed, cosplay-adjacent clothes: the Picard Sweater, a stretchy knit tribute to Jean-Luc himself, the perfect thing to wear while you're watching Wil Wheaton host "The Ready Room," which airs after every episode.
Tags: Post, Happy Mutants, Fashion, Gift Guide, News, Star Trek, Chicago, Cosplay, Picard, Wil Wheaton, Jean Luc, Volante, Trekkies

This children’s book on the miracle of life is very graphic and very anatomically correct

Da solen stod op om natten, often translated as How a Baby Is Made or The True Story of How Babies Are Made, was originally published in 1972. Written by 1971 by Danish psychotherapist Per Holm Knudsen, it actually won a Danish Ministry of Culture Children's Book prize for its, uhh, highly accurate depiction of where, in fact, babies come from: How A Baby Is Made, by Per Holm Knudsen. Piccolo Books, 1975. #FlashbackFriday — Pulp Librarian (@PulpLibrarian) January 10...
Tags: Amazon, Post, Video, News, Sex, Children's Literature, Sex Education, Sexual Reproduction, Porn For Kids, Sex Is Fun, Holm Knudsen

58" long CVS receipt scarf is only slightly shorter than actual CVS receipts

Kathryn Hughes's $19.95 CVS Receipt Scarf sends up the company's infamously absurd receipts -- at 58" long, the handmade/hand-cut scarves are only slightly shorter than the real thing! (via Kottke)
Tags: Post, Happy Mutants, Fashion, Gift Guide, News, Cvs, Data Mining, Kathryn Hughes, Immanentizing The Eschaton

Thierry Mugler's Gigeresque biomechanical jacket

Ewan Wilson spotted this remarkable jacket designed by Thierry Mugler in 1990, so odd it won its own spread (cropped above) in Elle magazine. Certainly Giger-influenced, as Wilson suggests; check out the bottle designs of Mugler's contemporary eaux de parfum Womanity and Alien [Amazon].
Tags: Post, Fashion, News, Elle, Wilson, Giger, THIERRY MUGLER, Ewan Wilson, Mugler

British boy has excellent hair

Farouk James isn't the first young man from London to have amazingly good hair, but as you can see, he's clearly in a league of his own. James has a popular instagram; the BBC reports that his mom gets a lot of hate mail from people who are clearly jealous of her son's fabulous mane. But there is a serious angle: despite Britain's generally progressive bent, its creepily precise school uniforms mandate the hair's removal if he is to attend. She's working on getting the sexist policies reformed....
Tags: Post, Fashion, London, News, Bbc, Britain, Hair, James, Farouk James

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