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How VR porn can change the way we masturbate for the better

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May is National Masturbation Month, and we’re celebrating with Feeling Yourself, a series exploring the finer points of self-pleasure.


When VR was tech’s pie in the sky years ago, people’s minds ran wild imagining all the new ways it could get us off. But then VR actually came, and largely, there wasn’t all that much to cum about.

Instead of opening us up to new, previously unimaginable forms of self-pleasure, for the most part its nascent existence has been little more than an extension of…

Katelyn Ohashi’s final college gymnastics routine is a stunner

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UCLA gymnast Katelyn Ohashi concluded her collegiate gymnastics career Saturday with a near-perfect routine that enthralled Twitter as usual. Ohashi’s floor routine went viral earlier in 2019, but Saturday marked her last competitive performance of college – and perhaps of her life. 

Ohashi competed with the same combination that earned her viral fame in January (not her first viral routine or perfect 10). ESPN notes that she removed a Jackson Five song in light of the current…

Katelyn Ohashi’s final college gymnastics routine is a stunner

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UCLA gymnast Katelyn Ohashi concluded her collegiate gymnastics career Saturday with a near-perfect routine that enthralled Twitter as usual. Ohashi’s floor routine went viral earlier in 2019, but Saturday marked her last competitive performance of college – and perhaps of her life. 

Ohashi competed with the same combination that earned her viral fame in January (not her first viral routine or perfect 10). ESPN notes that she removed a Jackson Five song in light of the current…

Katelyn Ohashi’s final college gymnastics routine is a stunner

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UCLA gymnast Katelyn Ohashi concluded her collegiate gymnastics career Saturday with a near-perfect routine that enthralled Twitter as usual. Ohashi’s floor routine went viral earlier in 2019, but Saturday marked her last competitive performance of college – and perhaps of her life. 

Ohashi competed with the same combination that earned her viral fame in January (not her first viral routine or perfect 10). ESPN notes that she removed a Jackson Five song in light of the current…

Katelyn Ohashi’s final college gymnastics routine is a stunner

TwitterFacebook

UCLA gymnast Katelyn Ohashi concluded her collegiate gymnastics career Saturday with a near-perfect routine that enthralled Twitter as usual. Ohashi’s floor routine went viral earlier in 2019, but Saturday marked her last competitive performance of college – and perhaps of her life. 

Ohashi competed with the same combination that earned her viral fame in January (not her first viral routine or perfect 10). ESPN notes that she removed a Jackson Five song in light of the current…

Katelyn Ohashi’s final college gymnastics routine is a stunner

TwitterFacebook

UCLA gymnast Katelyn Ohashi concluded her collegiate gymnastics career Saturday with a near-perfect routine that enthralled Twitter as usual. Ohashi’s floor routine went viral earlier in 2019, but Saturday marked her last competitive performance of college – and perhaps of her life. 

Ohashi competed with the same combination that earned her viral fame in January (not her first viral routine or perfect 10). ESPN notes that she removed a Jackson Five song in light of the current…

How the first picture of a black hole captures a big 2019 mood

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For decades, pictures from space have forced humanity to reckon with our own cosmically small insignificance. But they have nothing on today’s monumental first in space photography. 

The Event Horizon Telescope captured a phenomenon so mysterious, so literally awesome that, for many years, scientists believed it would be impossible to depict: a black hole. EHT’s international group of astronomers revealed “a bright ring formed as light bends in the intense gravity around a black hole that…

How the first picture of a black hole captures a big 2019 mood

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For decades, pictures from space have forced humanity to reckon with our own cosmically small insignificance. But they have nothing on today’s monumental first in space photography. 

The Event Horizon Telescope captured a phenomenon so mysterious, so literally awesome that, for many years, scientists believed it would be impossible to depict: a black hole. EHT’s international group of astronomers revealed “a bright ring formed as light bends in the intense gravity around a black hole that…

How the first picture of a black hole captures a big 2019 mood

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For decades, pictures from space have forced humanity to reckon with our own cosmically small insignificance. But they have nothing on today’s monumental first in space photography. 

The Event Horizon Telescope captured a phenomenon so mysterious, so literally awesome that, for many years, scientists believed it would be impossible to depict: a black hole. EHT’s international group of astronomers revealed “a bright ring formed as light bends in the intense gravity around a black hole that…

How the first picture of a black hole captures a big 2019 mood

TwitterFacebook

For decades, pictures from space have forced humanity to reckon with our own cosmically small insignificance. But they have nothing on today’s monumental first in space photography. 

The Event Horizon Telescope captured a phenomenon so mysterious, so literally awesome that, for many years, scientists believed it would be impossible to depict: a black hole. EHT’s international group of astronomers revealed “a bright ring formed as light bends in the intense gravity around a black hole that…