A seven-days long quickie (news): Beatles’ sex life told by Paul McCartney, New York adds gender ‘X’…

A brief overview of what’s happened over the last week #InSearchOfPleasure.

The untold stories of Paul McCartney about Beatles’ sex life

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The untold stories of Paul McCartney about Beatles’ sex life
In an interview with GQ, on the occasion of the release of his new album Egypt Station, Paul McCartney revealed some stories about the sex life of the Beatles.
“was over at John’s house, and it was just a group of us. And instead of just getting roaring drunk and partying—I don’t even know if we were staying over or anything—we were all just in these chairs, and the lights were out, and somebody started masturbating, so we all did.”
“I think it was a one-off,” said McCartney. “Or maybe it was like a two-off. It wasn’t a big thing. But, you know, it was just the kind of thing you didn’t think much of. It was just a group. Yeah, it’s quite raunchy when you think about it. There’s so many things like that from when you’re a kid that you look back on and you’re, ‘Did we do that?’ But it was good harmless fun. It didn’t hurt anyone. Not even Brigitte Bardot.”
Then he replied to a question about an old quote from John Lennon about orgies happened on tour.
“There weren’t really orgies, to my knowledge. There were sexual encounters of the celestial kind, and there were groupies. The nearest it got… See, this is my experience, because I’m just not into orgies. I don’t want anyone else there, personally. It ruins it! I would think—I’ve never actually done it. Didn’t appeal to me, the idea. There was once when we were in Vegas where the tour guy, a fixer, said, ‘You’re going to Vegas, guys—you want a hooker?’ We were all, ‘Yeah!’ And I requested two. And I had them, and it was a wonderful experience. But that’s the closest I ever came to an orgy.

From Japan with passion: the orgy bowls


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Urara Tsuchiya s a Japanese surrealist artist who creates bizarre ceramic bowls depicting hedonistic scenes of threesome, orgies, sex with animals and masturbation. She has just released her first book, eponymously titled “Urara Tsuchiya”, which showcases her sculptures and fashion designs, launched at the Union Pacific Gallery in London on the 13th of September.

Male, Female, ‘X’: New York City to add third gender option to birth certificates

Starting January 1, 2019, people born in New York City who don’t identify as male or female will be able to select the nonbinary gender category “x” on their birth certificates with no need for a doctor’s note.

32 years later, Playboy Club returns to New York

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New York has his Playboy Club and bunnies back. The first Playboy club opened in Chicago in 1960, followed by the second one in New York, two years later, and other 28 clubs around the world that remained popular and lucrative until the 1980s when Los Angeles Times headline read “Bunnies Go From Risque to Passe”. It was 1986, the year the Los Angeles and New York clubs closed. By 1991, all the clubs were defunct. Throughout the years, the empire of the silk-pajama-wearing man claiming of leading a sexual revolution has been attacked for sexism, misogyny, objectification. The Playboy Club rebirth sounds quite anachronistic in this #MeToo era, in a city that, as the Independent wrote, “began the year with hundreds of thousands of women taking to the streets to protest the presidency of Donald Trump, in part because of remarks he made that were perceived as chauvinistic.”

The Vaginismus Awareness Day

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If the Vaginismus Awareness Day is a thing is only thanks to the London erotic emporium Sh! that created it on the 15th of September 2015. It’s a necessary awareness campaign since Vaginismus continues to be stigmatized, like every other condition related to the vagina. A lot of people just don’t know about it and many women are too afraid to talk about it and seek medical attention. That’s why every year Sh! hosts an awareness event in store held by a sex & relationship therapist and Renée Denyer, senior store manager and sexuality educator at Sh!

Vibrating jewels


Vibrating jewels
American Unbound launched the new Palma vibrator ring: a stylish jewel that looks exactly like a regular ring but that doubles as vibrator.
Unbound is known for its sex toys looking like feminine beauty and fashion accessories and for the jewels that double as sex toy: cuff bracelet that double as hand-cuffs, necklaces that can turn into whips and nipple clamps, feather “tickler” rings and many more.

Bondage-style Fashion Weeks

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From London to New York, Fetish and BDSM style inspired last Fashion Weeks.
In London, the dancers of Gareth Pugh‘s show trod the runway wearing masks, bodysuits, harnesses, metallic leather trenchcoats, garters, punk high platform boots. Here‘s the gallery.
In New York, during the Joel Alvarez’s BLACK TAPE PROJECT show, models were dressed in minimal strips of black tape or pieces of metallic tape creating a shattered glass-effect. Here‘s the gallery.

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