The first nipple rings, called bosom rings, appeared in Victorian Europe in the 1890’s. They became fashionable among women in the elite classes, who often wore them joined together by a small gold chain. Charming.
Archive for September, 2009
Hello all you kinksters out there. Club Lush is back, and returning to the warehouse space that started it all! So if you’re up for a party where the music is pumpin, the fashionistas are stylin, and the entertainment is all around you get into MaXXX Black and get your TICKETS! click here for more info.
The Australian Sex Party has been officially registered by the Australian Electoral Commission!The application set a precedent for the AEC. It had to consider whether registration of the party offended against Section 129(1)(b) of the Commonwealth Electoral Act and whether the name of the party and/or its abbreviation may have been held to be ‘obscene’. This issue has never previously arisen before in Australian electoral history or psephological enquiry. The findings were that the name was unlikely to ‘deprave and corrupt’ voters and that “The name was most likely selected because of the substance and subject matter of many of the party’s key policies. The perception by any member of the public that the name is ‘obscene’ is simply not enough.”Sex Party convenor, Fiona Patten, said that the landmark ruling was evidence that the AEC cared about free speech and the democratic rights of various groups in the community. She said the AEC appeared to be able to interpret community opinion on obscenity far better than the major political parties could. Ms Patten said that now the registration process was complete, the party would turn its head to a developing a wide-ranging platform and a detailed policy suite. “We will also begin the search for suitable candidates for both Senate and House of Reps seats”. She said the party was more inclined to female candidates, of any age, who had a broadminded and upbeat approach to life and who may also have had a small or family business background.
Check it out at http://www.sexparty.org.au/
Sex information group The Sinclair Institute is looking for the next great adult toy. With a US$100,000 licensing deal up for grabs the insitute is hoping they’ll have an even bigger response to the competition than last year, when the comp was held for the first time. Last year’s winner, the We-Vibe, has gone on to sell tens of thousands of units. We should know – it’s one of our most popular toys.
So if you think your homemade super toy is something we could all enjoy, get onto xbiz.com and find out more about the competition, and as they say “Make It Work”!