What porn do you have lying around in your world?
According to The Telegraph (link below), the UK tech magazine "Stuff" has decided not to feature scantily clad women on its cover anymore.
The winter blues may be getting us down, but Nina Agdal's Sports Illustrated shoot has us fast tracking to summer.
We're not quite sure what "pillow tweets" are (pillow talk for the digital age?), but we like that they come accompanied by sexy photos of celebs.
Don't call it a nip slip--this was no accident.
Nothing may have come between Brooke Shields and her Calvins, but even less comes between Samantha York and the readers of Purple Fashion.
In this case, they both happen to be the best.
Get your calendars out and get ready to start counting down: we're a little over a month away from the release of the Spring/Summer 2014 issue of Love magazine, which features this fabulous photo of Miley Cyrus wearing nothing but pasties.
Mona Johannesson is much more willing to doff her top than Scarlett Johansson (no relation); coincidentally, Italian Marie Claire is much more willing to feature topless ladies than the American version (some relation).
Purple Fashion has never been known to shy away from edgy--or from naked.
Whatever you're doing, it can't be that important. Certainly not more important than a gorgeous girl in wearing almost nothing.
We're not sure what's going on in the Bay Area, but somehow it's become the home of a whole lot of hot androgynous performance artists.
Christmas may be over and done, but there's still time to get a gift for the one you love the most (by which we mean: you).
Oh Russia: try as you might, you can't buy our love with topless photos of Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. (Though Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is more than welcome to purchase our affections that way.)
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