The Without Clothes Without Dress body is one of the most powerful forces on the planet. The emotional response to human lust is very strong and this has helped pr0nography grow into one of the largest industries in the world. In the last fifteen years, the Internet has exploded with hundreds of thousands of pr0n sites. The Internet has also helped expand the operations of many prostitution rings and illegal sex organizations. Several sexual phrases routinely rank very high in Google’s search statistics. This indicates that people like to view and learn about sex, pr0n, and the cloth less body, especially the female dress less body. For your consideration, a mere handful of the weird events and facts about some of the most taboo activities.
The M*$turbate-a-thon is a scheduled event in which participants m*$turbate in order to raise money for a specific charity. The events are intended to increase public awareness and dispose of the shame and taboos that surround certain sexual activities. The first M*$turbate-a-thon was held in 1999 and since that time, various events have raised over $25,000 for women’s health organizations and HIV prevention programs. During the events, pamphlets are disturbed and speakers provide information about safe sex and alternative methods of sexual expression.
At the end of every M*$turbate-a-thon, awards are given out to participants who raise the most money, as well as for multiple climaxs and endurance. In 2006, Europe’s First Sponsored M*$turbate-a-thon took place in London. The event was also known as the W***-a-thon, and was filmed as part of an international documentary. It was estimated that over 150 people participated in the event, with roughly two-thirds of them being men. The list of sexual instruments used at a M*$turbate-a-thon is extensive. Some examples include anal beads, artificial vaginas, dildos, vibrators, sybians, sex dolls, something called “Ben Wa balls”, and the love pillow.
Current M*$turbate-a-thon Records:
At a 2009 M*$turbate-a-thon in San Francisco, California, one Masanobu Sato set the World Record for The Longest Time Spent M*$turbating by a Male, which is 9 hours and 58 minutes. Ms. Kitty Kat holds the record for women, which is 7 hours and 6 minutes. In 2008, Michael Hariprem set a World Record for the Most Climaxs/Male at a M*$turbate-a-thon with 31 separate climaxes. The Most Climaxs/Female goes to Lady Monster, who climaxed 20 times at a 2008 event.
The current record holder of “Longest Distance Come to Come” is Morihiro Taneichi from Tokyo. At a 2009 M*$turbate-a-thon in Denmark, a World Record was set when 222 female climaxs were recorded by the group of woman participating. An individual also stepped up at this event and set a World Record for Climax Distance/Female, which is 3.15 meters. A man was able to come within 6 centimeters of the target bull’s-eye, while the female winner was all over the bull’s-eye.
Female hysteria was a once-common medical diagnosis made exclusively in women. Women considered to be suffering from hysteria exhibited a wide array of symptoms, including faintness, nervousness, insomnia, muscle spasm, shortness of breath, irritability, loss of appetite for food or sex, and “a tendency to cause trouble”. The diagnosis and treatment for this disorder was quite baffling. Since ancient times women considered to be suffering from hysteria would undergo a pelvic massage. A pelvic massage was a manual stimulation of the genitals by the doctor until the patient experienced a hysterical climax. We assume there was giggling.
During the 2nd century, “sexual deprivation in passionate women” was the most reported cause of hysteria. For this reason, pelvic massages were performed on many virgins, nuns, widows and occasionally, married women. However, this medical procedure was not only performed in ancient history. The diagnosis of female hysteria really exploded in the middle of the 19th century. A reputable physician in 1859 claimed that a quarter of all women suffered from hysteria. A catalogue was developed with 75 pages of possible symptoms of the disease. Curiously, almost any ailment could fit the diagnosis. Female hysteria was diagnosed all over the world. In the 1850s, one report from an American doctor indicated that he was happy that the country was catching up to Europe in diagnosing the prevalence of hysteria. The cases of hysteria ended up being quite profitable for physicians, since the patients were not at risk of death, but needed constant pelvic massage treatment.
During the middle of the 19th century, the technique was difficult for a physician to master and could take hours to achieve the ultimate climax. Some literature on the issue mentions displeasure on the part of the physicians. This problem was short lived because in the late 1860s the doctors were given massage devices, which shortened treatment from hours to minutes. The first female vibrators were invented to help physicians perform pelvic massaging treatments on patients. By 1870, a clockwork-driven vibrator was available for doctors. In 1873, the first electromechanical vibrator was used at an asylum in France for the treatment of hysteria.
As you would expect, medical authorities were unwilling to admit the sexual purposes of the devices being used during the pelvic message sessions. By the 20th century, the spread of home electricity brought the vibrator to the consumer market. It appealed to hysteria suffers as a cheaper treatment, and could be used in the privacy of one’s own home. However, doctors still recommended that you receive hands on medical treatment for hysteria. The vibrator was a popular early home appliance. In fact, the electric home vibrator was on the market before many other home appliances, including nine years before the electric vacuum cleaner and ten years before the electric iron. A 1918 Sears catalog of home electrical appliances includes a portable vibrator with attachments. It was billed as: ”Very useful and satisfactory for home service.” Over the course of the early 20th century, the number of diagnoses of female hysteria sharply declined, and today it is no longer recognized as an illness.
On April 19, 2010 it was reported that an Iranian Prayer Leader named Hojatoleslam Kazem Seddiqi made some strange remarks in Tehran, Iran. Seddipi told his listeners, “Many women who do not dress modestly lead young men astray, corrupt their chastity and spreading adultery in society, which increases earthquakes.” He went on to insist that Iranians should “adapt their lives to Islam’s moral codes” to avoid being “buried under the rubble,” of the impending earthquakes. In response to this story, Jennifer McCreight, who is a senior at Purdue University, planned and organized Breastquake.
McCreight encouraged her blog’s readers to help her poke fun at Seddiqi by dressing in your most immodest clothing to represent Breastquake. She went on to sarcastically imply that if enough people would get together in tight outfits with plenty of cleavage, then they could start an earthquake. The story was soon picked up by prominent news outlets, including repeated inquiries from the BBC. Two official meetings were planned for Breastquake, one in West Lafayette, Indiana, and the other in Washington, D.C. On April 26, 2010, 200,000 people showed up for Breastquake. The chaotic scene included many protests from Iranian citizens, as well as people criticizing the women who were showing off their bodies.
This apparently did not matter, as over 100,000 women opened their shirts and showed off their bodies. The small amount of clothing seen at the events included push-up bras, unbuttoned shirts, short dresses, as well as sexy costumes. There was also no shortage of male spectators at Breastquake. Many female participants decided to go topless, especially in New York and Vancouver gatherings. That morning, at 10:59 am, a 6.5-magnitude earthquake struck 195 miles off the coast of Taitung, Taiwan. Jennifer McCreight described the earthquake as not being statically significant. She performed tests and determined at a 95% confidence interval that 0 to 148 earthquakes occur daily. During the course of the Breastquake event, 47 earthquakes were reported.
Pr0nography is a multi-billion dollar industry and one of the biggest money makers on the Internet. A 2006 study estimated that 35% of all Internet downloads are pr0nographic in nature. Over 25% of all Google searches involve pr0nographic phrases. “Sex” is the most searched item, with “nude” following close behind. In the United States, it was estimated that Internet pr0n videos grossed $2.8 billion in 2006 and this number increased to $4.9 billion in 2009. However, pr0nographic DVD sales and rentals have been steadily losing money. This is largely due to the vast amount of free pr0n sites available on the Internet.
The top four free Internet pr0n sites in the world are XVideos, RedTube, Pr0nHub, and YouPr0n. YouPr0n is currently the 63rd most popular website in the world. The highest paid pr0n stars in the world include Jenna Jamison, who is currently retired from the industry, but in her prime was making $30 million a year. Tera Patrick had a huge 2008 and 2009, earning $30 million annually. Former pr0n star Maria Takagi made $2.6 million in her best pr0n years. However, Takagi’s last sex video was released in 2004. In her prime, pr0n star Houston grossed over $1 million per year. Houston became famous in 1999 when she performed in the film The World’s Biggest Gangbang 3. In the movie she had sex with over 620 men without interruption. In 2007, pr0n actress Hilary Scott signed a four year $1 million dollar contract with SexZ Pictures. A typical pr0nographic DVD sells around 3,000 copies in its first month, while Jenna Jamison pictures averaged 50,000 copies sold.
In regards to gender, 72% of visitors to adult websites are men. A recent study suggested that 20% of all men access pr0n at work, while 13% of women view pr0n while at work. 10% of these males suggested that they were struggling with a pr0n addiction, while 17% of the females commented on having an uncontrollable impulse to watch Internet pr0n. In recent years, many international governments have begun censoring Internet activity. There are several countries in the world where Internet pr0n is banned, including China, India, Iraq, Cuba, Malaysia, Indonesia, United Arab Emirates, Singapore, Kenya, Saudi Arabia, and Egypt. However, new developments in hand held technologies has allowed people in these areas of the world to access Internet pr0n.