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Hugh Hefner, the founder and avatar of Playboy, died of natural causes on Sept. 27 at age 91. With his characteristic smoking jacket, pipe, and bevy of Playboy Bunnies at his side, Hefner became a controversial pop culture icon who built a publishing and entertainment empire which put conservative views of sex and sexuality that defined America in the 1950’s squarely in its crosshairs.
Military operations ain't always sexy, but there are exceptions... at least in name. Awhile back, we noted how operational code names can often sound like a marijuana strain (Operation Nickel Grass? Nifty Nugget? Come on). But those aren't even the naughtiest ones. Think you can tell the difference between a joint combat exercise name and a coital position? Take our quiz and find out: Some of these titles involve soldiers humping their gear, and others involve… just humping.
On June 15, the Wisconsin state court of appeals upheld a ruling affirming that former Wisconsin Army National Guardsman Jesse Riemer, was adequately punished by the military for soliciting sex from new recruits with a dishonorable discharge, the Associated Press reports.
Now, the HEX reengineered condom isn’t really “news,” considering how the Swedish “intimate lifestyle” company LELO dropped this ultra-thin, super-flexible tallywhacker-wrapper on the world nine months ago, but think of it this way: In those nine months you didn’t know about the HEX, you could have conceived and witnessed the birth of your very own living, breathing, defecating child. Don’t make the same mistake twice.