Sex & Sexuality in the 19th Century
Male anxieties in relation to both physical and mental health in the Victorian era often seem to have concentrated on the supposedly baleful effects of masturbation, which was alleged to cause a wide range of physical and mental disorders, and on venereal diseases, especially syphilis.
Breast Washer Right Here! Get Your Breast Washer!
This is, apparently, a machine for massaging and/or washing breasts. And also possible proof that SkyMall started as a 1930s catalog of erotic housewares.
Cut Your Pie In Style: Fixie Bike Pizza Cutter | OhGizmo!
If you never really learned how to ride a bike when you were a kid, ... Read more Cut Your Pie In Style: Fixie Bike Pizza Cutter
Want This New Invention? The Hug Me Jacket
There is a saying by Virginia Satir, a family therapist, "We need four hugs a day for survival. We need eight hugs a day for maintenance. We need twelve hugs a day for growth." Few would challenge this statement, but trying to get that many hugs into the average busy day is a tall order for most of us. However, the Hug Me Jacket can take care of five of those hugs all at once!
Finger Sloth Ring Sure Seems To Make Some Kind Of Statement | OhGizmo!
We suppose people like to wear jewelry for a variety of reasons, but very often ... Read more Finger Sloth Ring Sure Seems To Make Some Kind Of Statement
Hair of the Silence Earplugs Manages to Make Silence Gross | OhGizmo!
Finding hair in places where there shouldn’t be any is pretty funny, and it’s actually ... Read more Hair of the Silence Earplugs Manages to Make Silence Gross
Finger-nose Stylus by Dominic Wilcox | Dezeen
London designer Dominic Wilcox created this stylus that straps over his nose for using his touch-screen phone in the bath. Called Finger-nose Stylus, the device is made from a handheld stylus embedded in fibrous plaster. It allows the user to securely hold the phone with one hand and operate it with their nose. Here are
It’s Friday. Time to Bring on the Crazy. The Ziploc Bag Jacket
Sometimes there are just no words. I mean, this is… I don’t know. Amazing? Incredibly ingenious? Completely wacked out and hilarious? But hey, you have to admit it’s practical. Why carry a lunch bag when you can just wear one? All kinds of questions arise, though: does she match her snacks to her clothes? Does she follow the rule of style to ‘look in the mirror and take one thing off’ and take out one snack instead? The mind boggles.