Men can do their toilet business much faster than the ladies.And when girls just can’t wait in line, they may choose to hit up the men’s room.As case in point, go to Boiler Room at 11pm on a Friday night.Although socially questionable, this act would seem somewhat understandable.Here are four of the most interesting moments and insights from . There is something called orgasmic meditation, propelled by San Francisco company One Taste, whose mission is to “bring female orgasm to the world.” The woman lies on a towel while the man puts on gloves with a dollop of lube and rubs her clitoris for 15 minutes.The practice is meant to allow for an intimate connection but preserve an emotional distance: “Her partner needed only to know what he was doing and respect the boundaries.She sits alone underneath a Georgia O’Keefe-style painting before having sex with someone else “over animated backdrops of autumn leaves and lotus flowers.” Climax is depicted by “an explosion of early-1980s computer effects with a roiling saxophone accompaniment.” Today, there’s a feminist porn video depicting “a woman being turned on by watching a man assemble IKEA furniture.” Hot. On a website called Chaturbate, Witt watched 19-year-old Edith who, for hours, “seduced her audience by dressing like an American Apparel model, revealing the depth of her existential despair,” discussing Camus and talking about why she was celibate.What’s more fun than bar-crawling through Portland on a late-spring afternoon? Every June, bars and restaurants around the city (and the world) join forces for Negroni Week.
It seems a lot of individuals here feel challenged to put the cancellation of masculinity and femininity on trial – resulting in an almost third-kind of gender, “No Man’s Land” (no pun intended).She did not have to love or even like him,” Witt writes. was created by a self-described “kind of loser” computer scientist, but had a sexist reputation because the early internet excluded women—so he hired a team of female marketers.They forbade sexually explicit content, included questions about relationships and children, banned the mention of biological clocks, and published content offering women safety advice.This Portland-born fundraising event challenges bartenders across the globe to present their best twists on the classic three-ingredient cocktail.Part of the proceeds from each negroni purchased benefit 40 charities, including Portland’s Outside In and Oregon Food Bank.