This year's It Girl-toy is Amazing Amanda. She says things like "Surprise me Mommy...I'll close my eyes!" followed by "I feel sick Mommy!" If you try to give her pizza when she asks for juice, she'll know the difference, because she's got a 32 bit chip in her head, plus pizza is way different from juice, jackass. She knows when she is on the potty or in her nightgown (apparently she can do one or the other, but not both at the same time—now who's so smart?). Her life-like face shows a range of expressions, unlike Un-amazed Amanda, who looks pretty pissed off most of the time. Best of all, Amazing Amanda has 2 way conversations, unlike Blogging Amanda, who just posts crap on the internet for her own amusement. Discuss: "Amazing Amanda: cute doll, or tool of Satan?"
The name of this vibrator is Talking Head. You can record your own voice on the Talking Head vibrator. Recording tips (after all the business about downloading and patch cords and audio jacks) include: "Be giving—focus on your partner's desires, not your own. Don’t malign your partner, stay positive—don’t be mean or negative. Don’t be degrading towards your partner—it only promotes unhealthy sexual attitudes." Sounds like someone left a selfish, hurtful, inconsiderate message on someone else's vibrator. Now that I've sobered up, let me add: "Don't drink and dial your partner's vibrator."
Porn and the internet: so over.
Get a room. Rikers Island, one of the only jails with a LGBT dorm, may shut the "safe haven" unit down soon.
That's edutainment. The Library of Congress has added 25 new films to the National Film Registry, including the notorious sex ed film "Mom and Dad" (1944), in which young Joan gets knocked up and for her punishment has to sit through three gruesome mini-movies of a live birth, a Caesarian section, and various VD ickies.