On Sunday afternoon 10 harried but happy teams of hackers shared their inventions in Shark Tank-style five-minute presentations. The goal? To reinvent a clunky necessity of modern parenting: the breast pump.
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.
Breastfeeding! It's how babies eat. But some people don't like this idea of babies eating in public. After all, adults don't eat in public, do they? Oh, right, turns out everyone is allowed to eat in public except for babies on the boob. One mom had enough of this garbage and laid waste to a breast patrol cop.
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.
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.
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.
MamAmor Dolls are the umbilical-intact, placenta-producing creation of Adriana Guerra, a doula in Canada, with three home-birthed children of her own.
I have no idea why this is happening, but the proprietors of the bosomy (and NSFW) cosplaying blog Tit Thinks It's People have decided to transform their tracts of land into horror characters. The results eschew sexiness altogether, which is kind of the point, as you shouldn't be having handsome dreams about Pinhead…
Sociological research! Sometimes it involves staring at women's chests. Indeed, a recent study of 128 heterosexual Polish men has divined that fellows who are less interested in long-term relationships are more enthused by larger breasts.
Meet Khemmikka Na Songkhla, the world's foremost practitioner of the breast-slapping, a particularly vigorous alternative treatment that involves bosoms and a steady wrist.
Last weekend, a 26-year-old woman decided to go paintballing with some friends. She got shot. It happens. But while in routine surgery the following Monday, it was found that the fire she took
tore through damaged one of her breast implants. What??
61-year-old Yukari Mihamae was flying home to Colorado on Thursday. She walks through Terminal 4 at Arizona's Sky Harbor Airport, and, as expected, is faced with the TSA. But its Mihamae that did the groping this time.
We've seen cheese made from breast milk, but icecream? That's a little too close to home for me. If the thought of mother's milk appeals to you, you can hotfoot it to the Icecreamists parlor in London's Covent Garden, which is selling the Baby Gaga bowl of icecream for £14 ($22).
Listen, we know the TSA's been unpopular lately. But are they really so bad? What about this time a TSA screener pulled down a woman's blouse while frisking her? And then laughed about it? Yes. Yes, they are that bad.
The Boob Ninja is a tricky character who sneaks around and grabs girly body parts while dodging kitchen utensils—and you should aspire to master his art. Or at least that's the message this iPhone game is sending.
There's a lot of complex math equations that describe the interaction between fluids and masses of lipids wrapped in keratinocytes, melanocytes, Langerhans cells and Merkels cells in the presence of gravity. This video doesn't solve any of them. [Gawker TV]
Trendy English retailer Selfridges' "nipple enhancers" have an alluring product description promising that "the natural look is back." Men love a bit of silicone. But what would you think if one of these fell off during a groping session?
The iPhone Perv App Wars of 2010 is over, with Apple firing the one and only round, killing off 5,000 tata apps. But, what do you, as a consumer, feel about it?
Not content in just making a drink-pouring robot, the guys at Evil Mad Scientist wanted to make a drink-mixing robot. You know, so they can charge more.
Breastfeeding may be vital to a child's development, claims a new study suggesting that it contains stem cells promoting the immune system and growth of both muscle and bone tissue. Take that, bottle-fed weaklings.