Men are ‘zapping’ their penises to treat erectile dysfunction

Move aside, Viagra — there’s a new treatment for erectile dysfunction, and it’s, well, shocking.

The procedure, called GainsWave, zaps tens of thousands of sound waves through a man’s penis to improve blood flow and enable erections. Scary as it sounds, urologists and sexual-health proponents are getting excited about it.

“People in the community who deal with erectile dysfunction often use the word ‘promising’ when they talk about this therapy,” says Dr. Michael Reitano, the physician-in-residence for men’s health startup Roman, the creators of the erection-tracking app Morning Glory.

The therapy is available in a handful of practices in New York City and several more nationwide. Its proponents say the sound wave pulses cause new blood vessels and nerve tissue to grow within the penis, enabling better blood flow and possibly improving tissue sensitivity.

But, Reitano notes, the science to support the procedure’s benefits isn’t quite there yet.

The Food and Drug Administration has yet to clear GainsWave for use in erectile dysfunction treatment, though it has approved the technology for other types of rehabilitation, such as plantar fasciitis and lateral epicondylitis of the elbow.

Though early clinical studies have found the treatment to be safe and have seen some success, Reitano says larger and longer-term patient studies and trials are still needed to ensure its efficacy.

Even then, it’s probably at best an alternative option for the 10 percent of men who had no luck with the little blue pill, Reitano says.

But for those men, GainsWave’s therapy could be a total game changer in the bedroom and beyond, Dr. Kate Kass, a Washington state-based functional medicine physician who was one of the early adopters of GainsWave, tells The Post.

“It can mean everything for a man,” says Kass, who piloted the GainsWave technology about two years ago at her practice after seeing its success in Europe. She uses it with her patients regularly now. “It takes away stress on their relationship, improves their self-confidence, and their confidence in other arenas of life. It can be a huge relief.”

Gainswave was recently highlighted on biohacker Dave Asprey’s podcast. Asprey, who hopes to live until he’s 180 years old, gave the procedure a try with Kass. (Hey, he’ll probably need something like this when he rounds 100.) In a video documenting the experience, Asprey applied a numbing cream to his penis. Then, Kass used a device that looks like a cross between a nail gun and a heavy-duty vibrator to shoot small jolts of sound waves all over the area. (She says some men experience a pins-and-needles-like sensation, but it’s otherwise painless.)

Asprey described the sensation as “less trouble than a heavy workout” and ultimately “anticlimactic.”

The therapy, which is administered by a doctor about once a week for six to 12 weeks, costs about $3,000 and isn’t covered by insurance. Kass, who has also tried erectile dysfunction therapies that involve injecting stem cells into the penis, says 75 to 80 percent of her patients experience success with the GainsWave therapy. Some go off meds like Viagra entirely, or use them far less.

But Kass says that men should first try to focus on living a healthy lifestyle before they decide whether shocking their penis is right for them.

“While diet, exercise and lowering your stress is not as sexy as injecting stem cells into your penis or shocking it with sound waves, those things really need to be addressed, and treatments like these will work better for you if you’re addressing them.”



Man With 19-Inch Penis Has Now Been “Registered As Disabled”

People who say that size doesn’t matter have clearly never met Roberto Esquivel Cabrera, who is better known as the man with the 19-inch penis – unofficially the largest in the world.

While possessing the world’s largest penis is a dream come true for many, for Cabrera it is a living nightmare. Because of his third leg, the 55-year-old has been unable to get a job, wife or even a good nights sleep.

Despite all of the problems that he faces, Cabrera refuses to have a penis reduction, as recommended by his doctor, as he believes his enormous genitals are a “gift” that deserve to be officially recognized by the Guinness Book of Records.

“I am famous because I have the biggest penis in the world. I am happy with my penis, I know nobody has the size I have,” he proudly declares.

He’s right. There is nobody in the world that can compete with him after his enormous member eclipsed American Jonah Falcon’s 13.5-inch (when erect) manhood.

But seeking fame for his gigantic dong has come at a price for Cabrera who cannot work, leaving him to live off of handouts while he tries to find a solution to his huge problem. “I cannot wear a uniform like anybody in the companies and also I cannot get on my knees,” he explains. “I cannot run fast and so the companies think badly of me. They say that they will call me, but they never do.”

However, the Mexican native deserves no pity for his current predicament because he is actually responsible for his manhood’s abnormal length. Throughout his entire life, Cabera has dangled weights off the end of his penis in an attempt to stretch it beyond what is natural.

Explaining Cabrera’s bizarre desire for a huge Johnson, his doctor said: “In Latin culture whoever has the bigger penis is more macho. It’s something that makes him different to the rest of the people and makes him feels special.”

For years Dr. Jesus David Salazar Gonzalez has been trying to encourage Cabrera to have his penis reduced. “We have advised him, “Roberto, the best thing for you is that the doctors give a normal shape to your penis so that it doesn’t hurt you, in order to have sexual relationships, in order to have children’. But he doesn’t accept it, he’d rather have a penis bigger than the rest of the people.”

As a result of his problematic penis, Cabrera has suffered many health problems which have seriously worried medical professionals. Frequently the 55-year-old will suffer urinary tract infections, caused by the fact that not all his urine can escape his foreskin.

Playboy Playmates Recreate Their Magazine Covers 30 Years Later, Prove Age Is Just A Number

Former Playmates collaborated with Playboy to recreate their iconic covers, and whatever you might think about Playboy itself, you can probably appreciate these images of body-positive, sex-positive and age-positive women.

Along with shooting the new portraits, the women reminisced on their time as Playboy bunnies, shared some of their fondest memories and revealed how they ended up getting the gig that would change their lives.

Kimberly Conrad Hefner, January Playmate 1988, Playmate of the Year 189 – Hefner told Playboy, “I moved to Los Angeles and – boom – there it was. Hef and I started dating, got married, had kids, and the rest is history.”

Charlotte Kemp, December Playmate 1982 – Kemp called her experience as a Playmate an “absolute whirlwind.” Kemp told Playboy, “I had a Playmate running team. We’d run marathons, all around the country, raising money for charities.”

3. Cathy St. George, August Playmate 1982 – “I had already been married and worked as the executive for a company. When I came to L.A., I wasn’t planning on being a model,” St. George told Playboy. “It was a totally new life.”

4. Monique St. Pierre, November Playmate 1978, Playmate of the Year 1979 – St. Pierre told Playboy she loved her experience. “Hef said, ‘Believe me, you pay your rent because you make all the girls feel comfortable when they come to the house.’” St. Pierre now runs a recovery house for women addicted to alcohol and drugs.

5. Renee Tenison, November Playmate 1989, Playmate of the Year 1990 – “When I did Playboy, there was a little bit of controversy because I was the first African-American Playmate of the Year and some women were saying I was being objectified,” Tenison told Playboy. “I see it as art. Not everybody sees it that way, but that’s how I see it.”

6. Candace Collins, December Playmate 1979 – On choosing covers, Collins told Playboy, “They were always professional and no sooner would they pay any special attention to a nude or semi-clad model than a milkman pays to his bottles.”

7. Lisa Matthews, April Playmate 1990, Playmate of the Year 1991 – Matthews shares with Playboy what interacting with fans was like: “The thing they’d always say is, ‘Your name is Lisa, right?’ And then they’d say, ‘I think I’ve seen you in a national magazine.’” Lisa told Playboy, “I’d sit there and say, ‘Oh, which one?’ If you have enough guts to come up and say something, then you’ve got to be able to say Playboy.”

These models prove Hef’s sentiment that there’s no such thing as a former Playmate. No matter what your age, as Hef once said, “Once a Playmate, always a Playmate.”

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Welcome To Germany’s First Sex-Doll Brothel (NSFW)

There’s a Futurama episode that illustrates the potential implications of this emerging international trend.

I refer to the season three finale, “I Dated A Robot,” in which Philip J. Fry strikes up a romance with a machine that mimics the appearance and personality of real-life celebrity Lucy Liu. Robot/human relationships are somewhat frowned upon in Futurama’s 30th century, and the rest of the Planet Express crew shows Fry a vaguely Reefer Madness-esque propaganda film to explain the stigma:

The video dramatizes the tragic life of Billy Everyteen, who downloads Marilyn Monroe into a blank robot, just as Fry does Lucy Liu. Because Everyteen happily isolates himself to make out with his Monroebot all day, he never works, he never makes any effort to impress a human woman, and decades later, dies alone but content in the arms of his automated faux-celebrity companion. Eventually civilization crumbles because the rest of humanity also loses interest in anything aside from spending private time with their own respective robots.

Meanwhile here in reality, Vice recently published a profile of the aptly titled Bordoll, Germany’s first official sex doll brothel. But seventy similar institutions already exist in Japan, and while Bordoll is Germany’s inaugural rent-a-hump-toy business, it is not even the first in Europe.

So some people are already paying $90 per-hour for the X-rated version of Fry and Liu-bot’s TV-appropriate courtship. As the technology involved becomes more realistic and interactive (including male dolls which are quickly becoming more practical and effective for human women,) how long do we really have until full-blown relationships with high-functioning sex dolls become relatively commonplace?

“We get a huge range of people,” proprietor Evelyn Schwarz tells Vice. “From 18- to 80-year-olds, from unemployed people to prominent judges.” She continues to guesstimate that about 70 percent of customers who show up to Bordoll for the sheer novelty value of banging a silicon facsimile turn into repeat patrons.

Anyone who’s seen Blade Runner might second guess the idea that using programmable non-beings to fill emotional voids sounds like a healthy prospect. But then again, cigarettes, hamburgers, and ice cream are all pretty unhealthy too.

All I’m saying is when you find out your roommate or ex or mailman or whoever has sex with automated objects exclusively now, don’t be shocked. Because it’s way more common than you realize.


Harvard Study Claims “Adolf Hitler Was a Woman”

Researchers from the University of Harvard claims that the skull fragment of Adolf Hitler, secretly preserved for decades by Soviet intelligence, belonged to a woman.

DNA analyses performed on the skull, held for decades by the Russian State Archive in Moscow, have been processed at the genetics lab of the University of Harvard. The results, to be broadcast next month in History Channel’s new series Hunting Hitler, which explores alternative theories surrounding the ruler’s death, completely astonished scientists.

Professor of Forensic anthropology, Mr. Verner said: “How is this possible? How could Hitler have hided this aspect of his life from historians for so long?” he admits, visibly puzzled by the results.

The study is believed to be the most in-depth analysis of the Fuhrer’s skull ever made. “We used highly advanced technology . Our results clearly imply that the skull possessed by the Russian State Archive is 100% female” he told local reporters.

Was Hitler a woman?

Swiss historian, Abraham Zerlig, has claimed for over 38 years that Hitler was in fact, a woman.

“I was a teacher at the University of West Berlin in the 70′s that I had privileged access to Adolf Hitler’s medical files. His personal physician at the time, Helmut Lang, had noted a number of physiological anomalies that led him to believe that Hitler was in fact a woman” he recounts.

“I had the opportunity to discuss these questions in detail with the physician himself  before he past away in 1981. I have described these anomalies in detail in my 1976 best-selling book Die Frau hinter Hitler (The woman behind Hitler). At last, the life work of my good and regretted friend, Dr Helmut Lang, has finally been vindicated” he explained this week in an interview on German television.

A 2010 German documentary on the controversial subject of Adolf Hitler allegedly being a woman sparked national outcry when a group of German Neo-Nazis attacked members of the film crew and stabbed one member to death, leading to the arrest and conviction of five people.



Ghost hunter who ‘saw two spirits having sex in museum toilets’ describes 100 supernatural encounters in great detail

A ghost hunter claims he’s had more than 100 supernatural encounters – including seeing two spirits having sex in a museum’s toilets.

Stephen Briggs, 38, also says he’s been assaulted by a ghost and seen the apparition of Victorian policeman patrolling his local streets.

Luckily, the paranormal enthusiast has been keeping a log of his spooky run-ins since the 1980s, and he’s now set to describe each one in great detail.

Stephen, from Horncastle, Lincs, was a toddler when he first saw a ghost.

He said: “I have had so many I don’t where to start. Some are the most bizarre and amusing, but ghosts aren’t always scary.

“The first one I can remember was when I was sat on my mum’s knee waiting for my dad. There was a gentleman in a coat and he just disappeared.

“There was another one where I saw two people having a sexual encounter in a toilet at a museum in East Kirkby.

“I went to open the door to tell them to stop and then they just vanished. I headed out onto the airfield but there was no one there. My family had been waiting for outside the toilet and they say they hadn’t seen anyone go in or out.”

On another occasion, Stephen says he was attacked by a ghoul.

Stephen says he saw two ghosts having sex in a museum’s toilets – and told them to stop (Image: LincolnshireLive WS)

“I received a nasty shove to the heart,” he said. “I thought I was being attacked.

“The pendant I was wearing was ripped in two.

“I don’t know what it was. No one else does either, but it must have been by something.

“I haven’t worn jewellery since.”

Stephen says the number of experiences stretches into triple figures and includes seeing a Victorian policeman patrolling the streets.

Describing his most recent encounter on September 2, he said: “I was in Ludborough where there is only one railway line.

“I could see a steam train in front of me and one behind me even though there was no railway line.

“I could hear it whistling and it was only on the second time that I realised that it was responding to the other’s whistling.

“There was not a soul there, and I even thought to myself that it must have been impossible because there was no train line there.”

Stephen admits the extraordinary claims often leave him exposed to ridicule online and he is often branded an attention-seeker.

However, he believes people are jealous of his ability and feels there is nothing to achieve by fabricating the truth.

“My family are very supportive,” he said. “I get a lot of abuse from online trolls and hate mail.

“I have no reason to make it up. I think people are just jealous that I am the centre of attention.”

Stephen says the only people to have properly understood is a vicar.

“The only person to take me seriously was a vicar,” he said.

“When we explained what was happening, he came round and went into the rooms and ordered the thing out as if dealing with an intruder.

“You could feel the hate in the room. The first time he said something in Aramaic. The second in pretty much the same

“I recall, ‘Foul thing be gone’ and, ‘In the name of Jesus Christ be gone’.

“There was a hissing snake like noise. Mum and myself felt it go past then there was a feeling of peace.”

He now plans to put his sightings into the form of literature for all to read.

“I haven’t started it yet,” he said.

“I have been keeping a log since the 80s – I now want to see if I can turn it into a book.”



Man gravely misunderstands Craigslist ad offering ‘one nightstand’

OTTAWA, ON—In the dead of the night, a desperate man answered a Craigslist ad in a way that raised many, many questions.

“Look, I’d been in a dry spell longer than the line-up for Axe Body Spray samples at a national douchebag convention,” explains Eric DeWitt, 41, who mistakenly assumed he was replying to a post offering a night of fun, no-strings-attached sex with a woman named Robyn.

“Robyn’s just a straight-up hot name. I didn’t even need to see a photo,” DeWitt explains. “Again—really can’t overstate how long it’s been.”

The title of the ad read “AVAILABLE: One nightstand,” and DeWitt confesses that when he blearily came across the posting at 3:12 a.m., he “just didn’t really consider” why it featured a photo of a small mahogany bedside table in great condition aside from a small scratch in the left-hand corner.

Really felt I’d hit the jackpot with that ad.– Eric DeWitt, 41

He sighs. “I figured this Robyn lady was just… I don’t know, offering a peek into her bedroom, like a way of saying, ‘heyyyyyyy, this is where all our hot action will take place.’ I can appreciate now that that’s emphatically not the case.”

The details of the ad were sparse: “Pretty good shape”; “Stable”; and “Identical twin available for the other side of the bed if you’re interested”.

“All things I look for when I decide to take a lover,” DeWitt shares. “Really felt I’d hit the jackpot with that ad.”

The ad went on to say “Pick-up Only,” which DeWitt interpreted as, “well yeah, any gentleman on a booty call knows to come with some sexy lines prepared. You don’t just suddenly get naked, guys. You have to ease into it using any one of the great pick-up lines in my Great Pick-up Lines binder.”

He gestures to the overstuffed black three-ring binder beside him filled with neon post-it notes, dog-eared pages and extensively highlighted sections.

When DeWitt finally worked up the courage to respond to Robyn’s ad, the phone call lasted exactly eight seconds.

“I opened with my sexy binder voice, or SBV as the ladies know it, reading just a killer line from page 33,” DeWitt explains.

“Yeah, so she shut that down pretty instantly.”

At press time, Robyn’s Craigslist ad had been updated to read “AVAILABLE: Small table to put beside your bed. As in furniture” and the seller’s name had been changed to “noted octogenarian Horace Grumblefist VII”.



Sex tourism in Africa: European women who pay for sex with locals

Sexual predators or sad old ladies in search of orgasms and a bit of romance?

Recently, a friend, upon her return from a holiday in Zanzibar, told me that guys referred to as ‘beach boys’ frequented the local beaches selling handmade trinkets and Dhow trips to surrounding islands to tourists walking along the beach. But they are also known to offer sex, almost exclusively to middle-aged white women who go to the island exclusively for that purpose.

With “sex” now not being far from being a checkable option under ‘reason for travel’ on our customs cards upon arrival in another country, this unique form of tourism has now almost become mainstream.

Men seeking sex tourism is a much-publicised phenomenon. Predominantly white European and North American men heading to poor countries like Thailand, Cambodia and Kenya with the main purpose of having sex with local women have been labelled as predators for years.

Not included in the scope of prostitution, sexual tourism is seen as social exchange, rather than an explicit sex-for-money trade. It’s frowned upon by local communities and authorities, but it’s not technically illegal. Simply because it’s nearly impossible to police.

Now, women are increasingly injecting themselves into this world. Turning this trade on its head, they are no longer just bodies being bought, but rather the ones travelling across continents to have sex with the local men. Destination: Africa.

Opting for island ‘romances’ or ‘sexcapades’ with these men, this form of female-driven sex tourism is still very much veiled.

In a 2012 Reuters article on this subject, Jake Grieves-Cook, chairman of the Kenya Tourist Board said that female sex tourism is not seen as an evil, but that it’s certainly discouraged by the local community. And in a country like Kenya, with more than 7% HIV/AIDS prevalence, and condoms often not being part of these women’s sex fantasies, sex tourism is becoming an ever more dangerous sport.

Older women, predominantly from Europe and North America, frequent African and Caribbean Basin resorts in the hopes of romance, companionship and sexual encounters. The men they engage with are not under-aged (often the case with men seeking sexual tourism), and are usually consensual sexual relationships with the understanding that goods and money will be exchanged.

The Mail Online notes that these women either travel alone or in groups of friends. They are often divorced and have experienced some sort of heartbreak in past relationships, says Reuters. These women are thought to be affluent. Yet The Mail Online notes that these European women are not necessarily wealthy. In comparison, yes, but many hold down low-paying administrative jobs back home.  

In a brilliant 2012 film, Austrian director Ulrich Seidl gave us a very candid look into the world of sex tourism as he followed a 50-year-old Austrian woman’s sex tourism journey to Kenya in Paradise: Love. The protagonist, Teresa, is overweight. On the white sandy beaches of Mombasa she’s called a Sugar Mama. She’s there to find something. Not necessarily love, but something in between lust and love. But throughout we see that for many of these women the sex is not completely detached.

We see her engage in casual sex, going on “dates” with buff young guys and visiting them at home, spending money left, right and centre. Often on a family member who suddenly comes down with some sort of ailment. The stories are elaborate.

In the end you’re left wondering, who’s exploiting whom?

Soon Teresa realised that sex is but a business. No strings are ever really attached and the sex is, inevitably, empty.

But are these women sex hungry cougars preying on young, impoverished local men or are these mutually beneficial cash-for-services-rendered exchanges between consenting adults? 

Middle-aged women actively engaging in sex tourism, hoping to fulfill a need that simply cannot be satisfied back home might be seen as predatory by some, while others simply view this as sad.  

Reuters argues that “experts say some thrive on the social status and financial power that comes from taking much poorer, younger lovers.  This is what is sold to tourists companies — a kind of return to a colonial past, where white women are served, serviced, and pampered by black minions,” says Nottinghan University’s Davidson.

While Transnational Law Blog questions this strategy, saying:

“Oh! That must be it! These older, rich white women want slaves! I was way off in thinking that they were looking for some companionship or that they might be lonely, and I really missed the mark when I thought some of these cougars just want some good, hot sex.”

Female sex tourism hasn’t received as much attention in the media as male sex tourism, perhaps because it’s seen as harmless. The women have slight financial power, but are not perceived as players with lots of agency. They are middle-aged, usually overweight, conventionally unattractive and therefore are punished in a way that men, no matter their physical appearance or financial status, have never experienced.

By not exploring these relationships, because they are female-driven exchanges, again reiterates the notion that women are not sexual catalysts able to choose how they engage sexually. 


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VIDEOSCouple Caught Having Sex Whilst Ordering Domino’s Pizza Are Now Facing Jail

Several months back we reported on a couple who were caught on CCTV getting it on whilst ordering pizza at Domino’s. Classy.


Anyway, new footage has emerged in relation to the case showing the couple imitating a sex act with a traffic cone. As said, classy. And now it appears that Daniella Hirst, 28, and Craig Smith, 31, could now be facing jail for their Domino’s action after being found guilty of public indecency in court yesterday.

The full footage of the pair was revealed in court. Hirst has since pleaded guilty to public indecency. Smith on the other hand didn’t appear in court as he was already in jail over other matters. Go figure.

Defending, Scott McLaughlin said:

This case speaks for itself. Clearly, they were in drink and let their exuberant spirits get the better of them.

There is nothing sinister in relation to the acts themselves, they are quite guarded.

They have not been brazen in their actions.

Miss Hirst’s dirty laundry has been aired in public.

The pair will be sentenced next month. I guess at least they’re both facing up to what they’ve done and are willing to deal with the punishment. If you’re going to have sex in Domino’s then you’ve got to embrace the consequences.