Sex News: Google Glasses porn, latex couture Barbie, Keith Haring masturbation cups

by Violet Blue on June 28, 2012

  • In a spontaneous collaboration with TUSH Magazine, Très Bonjour design team created the worlds finest latex couture Barbie for the Berlin Fashion Week charity project “Design with Barbie”.
    Latex Couture Barbie Goes Charity (Lust, Love & Latex)
  • When Google announced its “Project Glass” eyeglasses were about to be made available to developers at Google I/O this week, Pink Visual spokesman Quentin Boyer said his company will be first in line to develop and innovate with them for porn once as soon as Pink Visual can get a set.
    Porn on Google’s Project Glass Is Inevitable (PCWorld; disclosure – Pink Visual is an advertiser on TinyNibbles)
  • Insanity: The UK government is to consider putting (even more) extra pressure on computer users to filter out pornography when setting up internet accounts, suggesting that people should automatically be barred from accessing adult material (and other types of material considered “unsuitable”) in order “to protect children.” The latest proposed system proposed is called “active choice-plus.”
    Automatic bar on net porn considered (BBC)
  • Zynga, makers of the groundbreaking social network games “FarmVille” and “CityVille,” launched today “The Ville,” a “house-and-people” themed game that people are saying includes virtual sex, but in truth only has level-unlock scene where hearts float over a bed.
    New Zynga Game ‘The Ville’ Includes Virtual Sex (XBIZ)
  • Eidos life president Ian Livingstone says the upcoming reboot of Tomb Raider still features a strong, capable heroine and believes reaction to the game’s controversial trailer – and the, you know, interview with stuff about rape and Lara Croft – have been blown out of proportion.
    Livingstone: Tomb Raider controversy “blown out of proportion” (Edge Magazine, thanks Darkstar!)
  • Argh, Hulk smash! Major news outlets, print and TV, turn mainly to male sources for their take on abortion, birth control and Planned Parenthood, according to a study by 4th Estate, a research group that monitors campaign coverage. Women don’t even rate as the most common sources for reports about women’s rights, a catch-all category that excludes reproductive issues, the group said.
    Journalists go to men on women’s issues (The Age AU)

  • Not only is Tenga the top masturbation toy of choice for most toy-happy guys, but TinyNibbles readers love it too – so it’s exiting to find out that Tenga is releasing the TENGA x Keith Haring line to honor the spirit and mission of Haring. They will be available at Babeland (I’m finding out when), and in the meantime, Animal New York checked out some testers.
    Yes, We Tested The New Keith Haring Sex Toys (ANIMAL)
  • The Commission on Science and Technology (CSTD), in collaboration with the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), plans to publish a series of case studies highlighting best practice in gender equality policies in science, technology and innovation (STI) of governments around the world.
    UN to survey gender sensitivity of science policies (SciDev)
  • Bacchus wants to see me break some people out of porn prison! “How come Kickstarter never seems to have projects like this to fund? Violet Blue responds to the headline “Desert boot camp helps teens beat addiction to internet porn” (…)”
    Kickstarter This ASAP! (ErosBlog: The Sex Blog)

Violet Blue

The London Times named Violet Blue "One of the 40 bloggers who really count" and Self Magazine named TinyNibbles one of the “Best Sex Resources for Women.” Blue is an autodidact and pundit on sex and technology, hacking and security, porn for women, privacy and bleeding-edge tech culture. She is a journalist for ZDNet, CBS News, CNET; she's an educator, speaker, crisis counselor, volunteer NGO trainer, and the author and editor of over 40 award-winning books.

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