Adult Toys 4 U is your online sex shop for all your purchases of adult sex toys for man and women. With a huge variety of adult sex toys for your pleasure, unleash your libido solo, couple, or group. Fulfill your wildest desires! All our adult toys available will help you achieve and imagine your most nauty and erotic fantasies to give maximum pleasure. Our online store offers discreet shipping with fast delivery so you can enjoy your sex toy quickly. Unleash your libido and pleasure yourself tenfold. Involve your partner in your intimate fantasies with sex toys for male and females!
The owners of New York City’s iconic Empire State Building are suing a photographer for $US1.1 million/$AU1.22 million over a set of topless photos taken from the buildings famous observation deck.
Professional fashion photographer Allen Henson used his phone to take the photos last August and posted them on social media. New York City has a pretty lenient public nudity policy, so long as it happens on private property, in Empire State Building’a – ESB – case a simple No doesn’t seem to have sufficed.
Two days ago the building’s owners lodged a suit in the US Supreme Court. We can’t imagine who’d pay for pix of the delightfully topless, 22 year old, Shelby Carter!? The LA based photographer insists that when Ms Carter disrobed, there was almost no noticeable reaction from the ESB’s other guests...
According to a new study by mobile experts JUMIO, 10 percent of Americans have admitted to using their smart-phone while having sex, either to answer a call or send a text, the 2013 Mobile Consumer Habits Study found.
“People view their smartphones as an extension of themselves, taking them everywhere they go — even the most unorthodox places — from the shower to their commute, from the dinner table to the bedroom,” said Marc Barach, chief marketing and strategy officer at Jumio, the company that funded the study for Harris Interactive. The report compiled surveys from 1,102 smartphone users.
The study also noted that a whopping 72 percent of Americans said they were within five feet of their phones at all times, making it proximal even while between the sheets.
Not everyone is happy about the prevalence of tech in traditionally intimate spheres: 12 percent of respondents reported that smartphones were “getting in the way” of their relationship. For the demographic of 18-34 year olds, the number jumps to 20 percent...