Breasts swing. They sag. They flop. They can move. Over the years, many games have tried to emulate the way breasts behave. There's even a term for it: "Breast physics."
Check out the latest hit at Japanese parties: $5,000 latex dolls that pour drinks from their nipples when you squeeze their boobs. It looks disturbing. What's going to be next, Japan? Male and female android fountains wandering around parties serving drinks from their lower naughty bits? But of course.
Haptic technology has come a long way in recent years. And at long last, it's finally reached its inevitable conclusion: Boobs.
Ladies! Do you find yourself exposing your bosoms for pretty much anybody you have a small amount of affection for? Then do I have good news for you! Japanese lingerie maker Ravijour has developed a bra whose clasp will only open when its wearer is experiencing true love.
The breasts of women seem to age more quickly than the rest of their body, according to new research which uses DNA analysis of tissue and blood to measure the rate of cell decline.
Bras are pretty much some of the oldest pieces of tech around—the undergarment can even trace its roots all the way back to the freelovin' days of ancient Greece. So as something most women wear nearly every day, it's amazing how many studies have come out claiming that ladies everywhere our wearing their bras all…
Anime probably doesn’t rely on its particular tropes and clichés more than any other media or genre, but man, it feels like it. It seems like every show, movie or OVA are the same, and the people making them are just following a pre-ordained checklist. Here are 10 of the most prevalent anime clichés out there.
Obviously, there's a lot of terrible things going on in the news recently, but take solace in the fact that the important stuff — namely, your ability to see a comic book superheroine's breasts — is back on track, as Power Girl has returned to the suit that made (part of) her famous in the most recent issue of …
Facebook doesn't like boobs (even when they're just elbows) so much that it banned a mother from the social network for posting pictures of her breastfeeding her children. What's interesting is that Kemp's photos weren't especially revealing (in the explicit sense of the word) and that Facebook actually allows photos…
Ed. note: Above is the SFW version of the video since Google has pulled down both uploads of the "NSFW" versions. Update and original version are below.
If you need another excuse to show some love to the mammaries, scientists have found that squeezing breasts can actually prevent malignant breast cells from triggering cancer. Yes, squeezing. Guys and gals, do your part in stopping cancer, please.
Elbows and boobs. Both are great in their own special ways, but they are definitely not the same thing. You and I might know that well enough, but it seems that Facebook has a little more trouble with the distinction. That's why they took down this elbowlicious picture.
Sex sells. Blah, blah, blah. Wonderbra's lingerie x-ray vision app masquerading as an ad campaign is pretty incredible.
Some women and girls—and certainly many men—will be happy to hear that women's breasts today are on average larger than they've ever been before. But this isn't necessarily good news.
Celebrity Sideboob is a website dedicated to one thing only: post images of celebrities showing the bare sides of their breasts. It's quite erotic, but it doesn't show hardcore images (although you can see nipples sometimes). The site posts its updates on Twitter. Surprisingly, one of its followers is Barack Obama.
Boobstagram. You already know what it is. Hell, you're not even reading this anymore. You're already on page 3. Don't worry, there's plenty more to go. As of right now, there are 53 pages of Instagram boob pictures. You got a full day of NSFW work ahead of you.
The world of Android is complicated. One company hates another, some are secretly sharing beds... my God, it's just like high school! Well, a Manga arteeest took that concept and ran with it: welcome to Sweet Android High School.
I usually shun anything to do with the over-hyped Angry Birds franchise, but this game-inspired undergarment was just too good to pass up.