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What Men Find Behind Female Masks

Female theatre mask. Roman fresco from Casa del Bracciale d'Oro (VI 17, 42) in Pompeii.

Female theatre mask. Roman fresco from Casa del Bracciale d’Oro (VI 17, 42) in Pompeii. (PD)

This is an entirely new subculture that I was unaware of. Not that I seek them out, but the internet has a way of providing.

via The Atlantic

 Julie, an immaculately made-up woman, sits down in front of a camera. She has thick, voluminous hair that frames the high cheekbones of her conspicuously crease-free face. Her elegant, arched eyebrows and extra-long eyelashes act as a counterbalance to her plump, painted lips. She looks out of frame, as if admiring herself in a mirror, before giggling and batting her eyelids.

“Oh dear,” she purrs, tilting her head from side to side. “Another long day in a wig and a girdle.”

She reaches up and emits a light moan as she unclips her gold earrings and gently sets them aside, one by one. She considers her image a few moments longer, then places her hands just below her ears and begins to pull her blemish-free skin off and away from her jawline.

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Was Mpregs This Year’s Strangest Meme?

After reading this you may wish you never knew, but if you haven’t heard, the term mpreg refers to a passionate internet subculture devoted to all aspects of male pregnancy. Mpreg enthusiasts create and spread illustrations, stories, and photoshopped images celebrating pregnant versions of imaginary and real-life males of all sorts, from celebrity heartthrobs to political figures to cartoon characters.

Mpreg Central features discussion forums and allows users to upload their own pregnancy “morph” pictures. Meanwhile, the Mpreg Archive boasts pregnant-male fan fiction for Lord of the Rings, Doctor Who, The X-Files, and Pirates of the Caribbean, among offerings. With mpreg Harry Potter and touching posthumous mpreg tributes to Paul Walker rolling in, with 2014 be the year mpreg goes mainstream?

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Why Some People Want to Amputate Healthy Limbs

handYears ago I wrote a short story in which the wealthiest people of society chose to have their arms amputated as a status symbol. (“I’m so rich that I don’t even have to feed myself or wipe my own ass – I’ve got people for that!”)

Elective amputation is a thing, but the people who are doing it may be motivated by very specific forms of brain dysfunction.

Scientific American investigates:

Certain people hold a deep desire to amputate a healthy limb. They are not psychotic, and they fully realize that what they want is abnormal. Nevertheless, they have felt from childhood that the presence of a specific limb, usually a leg, somehow makes their body “overcomplete.” Ultimately, many will achieve their desired amputation through self-inflicted damage or surgery.

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Creepy Japanese Rubber Sex Doll Lips Sold to ‘Slim Face’

o-JAPANESE-LIPS-570Via Huffington Post comes news of a product that is in no way a kinky sex toy, so don’t even think about it that way.

From the website:

Just three minutes per day is all you need; pop in the mold and then make mouth movements. The makers recommend you say vowel sounds out loud over and over again, producing regular and methodical exercises that will strength the twelve facial expression muscles in a comprehensive way.

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Researchers Warn of the Dangers of Indulging in Used Condom Fetish

Cant_c985b7_1305487Apparently this is a thing. You’re welcome.

Via Live Science:

And in his efforts to raise awareness about the STI-related dangers of “masturbating, ingesting, or inserting [the contents of used condoms] into the anus,” Tremayne also relates to us the following tale about a sailor’s gonorrhea and the unlikely culprit that infected him with this dreadful affliction…

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The Strange World Of Sociopolitical Sex Fetishes

In a segment of the 1996 documentary Fetishes, filmmaker Nick Broomfield uncovers an unsettling realm of human sexuality – fetishes that reflect historical and sociopolitical realities through a twisted mirror:

Just when I thought i’d seen it all, I encountered [fetish] sessions that seemed to stem directly from social and political issues…the dilemma of a white policeman who worked a black area…several Jewish clients were into concentration camp scenarios…some black clients were into plantation scenarios. Most fetishes are the eroticizations of one’s worst fears and nightmares:

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The Creepy World Of Adult Babies

National Geographic’s Taboo looks at phenomenon of people who choose to live their lives as “adult babies”. Is it a metaphor for the “nanny state” we live in? A retreat from the pressures of modern life? Or just the most disturbing subculture to ever emerge in history? (Scandinavian black metal can’t compete with adult infantilism.) Warning: this cannot be unseen.

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The Grisly (And Gristly) Online World Of Cannibals

cannibalismIf you wanted to eat someone (either alive or slaughtered) where would you find them? The Awl delves into the dark and disturbing cannibalism internet subculture, including the now-defunct Cannibalism Cafe Forum, which became notorious following the murder trial of Armin Meiwes, a German who in 2001 killed, cooked, and ate a man whom he met online. (The victim wished to be cannibalized.) In addition to cannibals-looking-for-victims personals, typical content includes:

• Cooking temperatures: “I like a low heat around 250 degree for a long slow cook. I start the out with the meat being tied to the grill alive and kicking. After the meat pass I remover her from the heat and gut her, and then back to the grill for several more hours after about a 10 to 12 hour cook the meat just fall off the bone. I shred the meat and mix it with BBQ and red pepper flakes very tasty.”

• Celebrities: “[Miley Cyrus] needs to be hung upside down from a meathook, have her throat slit, and be sliced into chunks of meat. It’s not like she has a remarkable music career or anything.”…

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