An elderly couple sits on a bench overlooking a snowy park. The woman looks up at her partner, lovingly, and he returns the glance with a grin. The piano music swells, and they go back to observing the park. This is, of course, an ad for porn.
Shinichi Maruyama, a NYC-based Japanese artist, has long studied the interactions between motion and time. However, for his most recent set, Maruyama has traded in his water sculptures for a nude dancer, though you'd never know if from the results.
The results of a study conducted by a team from the University of Groningen Medical Centre in the Netherlands show that watching porn will actually turn off the part of the brain that processes visual stimuli. At least in women.
There's a boring, obscure video on YouTube titled "Pregnancy Booster Clomid (Pregnancy Health Guru)." It has over 174 million views—beating famous songs by Katy Perry, Bieber, and Chris Brown. How? Like dozens of others, it's pretend porn.
I knew this was bound to happen sooner or later, but it's wrong. From the iTunes description. "If you love pussy, this application is for you. Each and every pussy is more and more tight and super tempting." Really?
The computer has no clothes, nor does it even have a case protecting all of those delicate electronic components. In a variation of that crazy case mod we showed you last month with a working PC exploded into a strange midair view, this one takes an approach that's even more whimsical. Each of its parts is neatly…
Every once in a while we'll post a rather risque babe shot here at the Giz. Some of the more squeamish or lawsuit-prone beatches at your workplace might become uncomfortable if they steal a glance at your screen while reading one of these posts, so we have the perfect solution to that problem: Work Friendly, a website…