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We often talk about porn as if it's something exclusively for men, which is of course ridiculous. Women consume vast quantities of erotica -- it's just usually in the form of text . And some of that shit is so freaky it makes 50 Shades Of Grey look like the Book of Mormon.

In fact, the invention of e-books has led to an absolute explosion of positively nasty fetish erotica, for an audience that is about 82 percent female . We talked to one of the guys who cranks out erotic fiction by the truckload for sale on Amazon, making a nice living in the process. He says ...

Our source writes under the unbelievably subtle pseudonym "Pandora Box," and this is his Amazon author page:

Pandora -- real name Peter Hayward -- writes in a particular "genre" of erotica that involves "mind-control incest," a thing we legitimately never would have guessed was a fetish. But it is, and a popular one at that; "Pandora" is one of several authors mining this rich vein of erotic fascination for cash. And he writes an absolute shitload of this stuff -- cranking out more than one book a week. "Hypno-incest has been a thing online for decades now ... but I'm probably the person who makes the most money from it. I like to brand myself as 'the #1 mind-control incest author in the world.'"

Aside from making for the best line in resume history, life as the #1 mind-control incest author is surprisingly lucrative. Peter sent us this rough breakdown of the first year of his career:

We often talk about porn as if it's something exclusively for men, which is of course ridiculous. Women consume vast quantities of erotica -- it's just usually in the form of text . And some of that shit is so freaky it makes 50 Shades Of Grey look like the Book of Mormon.

In fact, the invention of e-books has led to an absolute explosion of positively nasty fetish erotica, for an audience that is about 82 percent female . We talked to one of the guys who cranks out erotic fiction by the truckload for sale on Amazon, making a nice living in the process. He says ...

Our source writes under the unbelievably subtle pseudonym "Pandora Box," and this is his Amazon author page:

Pandora -- real name Peter Hayward -- writes in a particular "genre" of erotica that involves "mind-control incest," a thing we legitimately never would have guessed was a fetish. But it is, and a popular one at that; "Pandora" is one of several authors mining this rich vein of erotic fascination for cash. And he writes an absolute shitload of this stuff -- cranking out more than one book a week. "Hypno-incest has been a thing online for decades now ... but I'm probably the person who makes the most money from it. I like to brand myself as 'the #1 mind-control incest author in the world.'"

Aside from making for the best line in resume history, life as the #1 mind-control incest author is surprisingly lucrative. Peter sent us this rough breakdown of the first year of his career:

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We often talk about porn as if it's something exclusively for men, which is of course ridiculous. Women consume vast quantities of erotica -- it's just usually in the form of text . And some of that shit is so freaky it makes 50 Shades Of Grey look like the Book of Mormon.

In fact, the invention of e-books has led to an absolute explosion of positively nasty fetish erotica, for an audience that is about 82 percent female . We talked to one of the guys who cranks out erotic fiction by the truckload for sale on Amazon, making a nice living in the process. He says ...

Our source writes under the unbelievably subtle pseudonym "Pandora Box," and this is his Amazon author page:

Pandora -- real name Peter Hayward -- writes in a particular "genre" of erotica that involves "mind-control incest," a thing we legitimately never would have guessed was a fetish. But it is, and a popular one at that; "Pandora" is one of several authors mining this rich vein of erotic fascination for cash. And he writes an absolute shitload of this stuff -- cranking out more than one book a week. "Hypno-incest has been a thing online for decades now ... but I'm probably the person who makes the most money from it. I like to brand myself as 'the #1 mind-control incest author in the world.'"

Aside from making for the best line in resume history, life as the #1 mind-control incest author is surprisingly lucrative. Peter sent us this rough breakdown of the first year of his career:

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We aren't saying Japanese people are weird but it's a fact that the strangest pictures floating around the internet are from Japan. Enjoy this collection of the weirdest Japanese pics and be sure to submit your own!

We often talk about porn as if it's something exclusively for men, which is of course ridiculous. Women consume vast quantities of erotica -- it's just usually in the form of text . And some of that shit is so freaky it makes 50 Shades Of Grey look like the Book of Mormon.

In fact, the invention of e-books has led to an absolute explosion of positively nasty fetish erotica, for an audience that is about 82 percent female . We talked to one of the guys who cranks out erotic fiction by the truckload for sale on Amazon, making a nice living in the process. He says ...

Our source writes under the unbelievably subtle pseudonym "Pandora Box," and this is his Amazon author page:

Pandora -- real name Peter Hayward -- writes in a particular "genre" of erotica that involves "mind-control incest," a thing we legitimately never would have guessed was a fetish. But it is, and a popular one at that; "Pandora" is one of several authors mining this rich vein of erotic fascination for cash. And he writes an absolute shitload of this stuff -- cranking out more than one book a week. "Hypno-incest has been a thing online for decades now ... but I'm probably the person who makes the most money from it. I like to brand myself as 'the #1 mind-control incest author in the world.'"

Aside from making for the best line in resume history, life as the #1 mind-control incest author is surprisingly lucrative. Peter sent us this rough breakdown of the first year of his career:

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[a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] [h] [i] [j] [k] [l] [m] [n] [o] [p] [q] [r] [s] [t] [u] [v] [w] [x] [y] [z]

We aren't saying Japanese people are weird but it's a fact that the strangest pictures floating around the internet are from Japan. Enjoy this collection of the weirdest Japanese pics and be sure to submit your own!

So, we already know that people are naming their kids after characters on TV shows like  Breaking Bad and  Homeland . But then there are the parents who’ve decided to stray from the norm, get creative and just  go for it .

Parenting website BabyCenter has released its annual baby name  special report , which includes a roundup of the year’s most unusual monikers . Upon first glance, there are some clear standouts here. For girls: Blip, Fairy, Kiwi. And even more for boys: Ajax, Baobao, Cheese, Danish, Egypt, Jag, Panda, Rocket. Keep in mind: these kids are the future. In 50 years, we could have a president named Kiwi and an international fashion icon named Cheese.

The best part of BabyCenter’s report, though, is that it includes a handy little database that allows you to search for any and all possible names. NewsFeed ran through some searches and found that all of the following names have at one point been granted to real human beings:

Oh, and then there were the many varieties of Beyoncé: Beyonce, Beyoncee, Beyounce, Breyonce, and Veyoncé.

But you shouldn’t rely on us to find all the obscure names. Visit the baby names finder , use your imagination and see what you can dig up. (But don’t bother searching for “Twerk” or “Selfie.” We already tried those.)

8 Weirdest Porn Genres: Think You Can t Be Shocked? | Alternet

We often talk about porn as if it's something exclusively for men, which is of course ridiculous. Women consume vast quantities of erotica -- it's just usually in the form of text . And some of that shit is so freaky it makes 50 Shades Of Grey look like the Book of Mormon.

In fact, the invention of e-books has led to an absolute explosion of positively nasty fetish erotica, for an audience that is about 82 percent female . We talked to one of the guys who cranks out erotic fiction by the truckload for sale on Amazon, making a nice living in the process. He says ...

Our source writes under the unbelievably subtle pseudonym "Pandora Box," and this is his Amazon author page:

Pandora -- real name Peter Hayward -- writes in a particular "genre" of erotica that involves "mind-control incest," a thing we legitimately never would have guessed was a fetish. But it is, and a popular one at that; "Pandora" is one of several authors mining this rich vein of erotic fascination for cash. And he writes an absolute shitload of this stuff -- cranking out more than one book a week. "Hypno-incest has been a thing online for decades now ... but I'm probably the person who makes the most money from it. I like to brand myself as 'the #1 mind-control incest author in the world.'"

Aside from making for the best line in resume history, life as the #1 mind-control incest author is surprisingly lucrative. Peter sent us this rough breakdown of the first year of his career:

Jump to:
[a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] [h] [i] [j] [k] [l] [m] [n] [o] [p] [q] [r] [s] [t] [u] [v] [w] [x] [y] [z]

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25 Really Weird Websites That Will Freak You Out - List25

We often talk about porn as if it's something exclusively for men, which is of course ridiculous. Women consume vast quantities of erotica -- it's just usually in the form of text . And some of that shit is so freaky it makes 50 Shades Of Grey look like the Book of Mormon.

In fact, the invention of e-books has led to an absolute explosion of positively nasty fetish erotica, for an audience that is about 82 percent female . We talked to one of the guys who cranks out erotic fiction by the truckload for sale on Amazon, making a nice living in the process. He says ...

Our source writes under the unbelievably subtle pseudonym "Pandora Box," and this is his Amazon author page:

Pandora -- real name Peter Hayward -- writes in a particular "genre" of erotica that involves "mind-control incest," a thing we legitimately never would have guessed was a fetish. But it is, and a popular one at that; "Pandora" is one of several authors mining this rich vein of erotic fascination for cash. And he writes an absolute shitload of this stuff -- cranking out more than one book a week. "Hypno-incest has been a thing online for decades now ... but I'm probably the person who makes the most money from it. I like to brand myself as 'the #1 mind-control incest author in the world.'"

Aside from making for the best line in resume history, life as the #1 mind-control incest author is surprisingly lucrative. Peter sent us this rough breakdown of the first year of his career:

Jump to:
[a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] [h] [i] [j] [k] [l] [m] [n] [o] [p] [q] [r] [s] [t] [u] [v] [w] [x] [y] [z]

We aren't saying Japanese people are weird but it's a fact that the strangest pictures floating around the internet are from Japan. Enjoy this collection of the weirdest Japanese pics and be sure to submit your own!