Group masturbation, moon pumpkins, other weird news


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Beatrice Hazlehurst recently had the most intense orgasm of her life – and she reached it alongside 20 full-orgasm strangers during a retreat in New York City.

Hazlehurst wrote of the experience in a column for Cosmopolitan after attending The goddess instituteof three days on conscious sexuality following a “toxic relationship” and sought to harness her “sexual energy” to heal herself.

She and the other ladies lay down in a teepee, covered with blankets while the instructor demonstrated the masturbating maneuvers.

Lying on the carpet, she started to stroke her clit lightly until she climaxed almost immediately… Her sensitivity, she explained, came from refusing to use anything other than her fingers to go down (because she thinks that vibrators stimulate the clitoris too much), ”wrote Hazlehurst.


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Then the other women let their fingers do the caresses. Hazlehurst wrote that she initially found masturbating in a group “intimidating”, but over time she became “competitive”.

“I dutifully imitated the instructor: brushing my clit lightly for optimum sensitivity before increasing speed and pressure, releasing any lasting inhibition by falling in panting unison with the group of women I came from. to meet, ”she wrote. “I’m still not sure if the orgasm I felt was so intense because it was coming from my fingers or because it was a group experience. Either way, the relief was comparable to that of a parachute jump (or at least, I imagine).

And if you’re not yet convinced, you can get some retired green tea as well.


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Nova Scotia RCMP remind people to keep their doors locked after a pair of women accidentally clean the wrong house, Global News Reports.

RCMP were called by an owner in Upper Tantallon, Nova Scotia, at around 3 p.m. local time on Tuesday after hearing a neighbor who saw two women in his house with a mop and vacuum cleaner.

The owner had left the door unlocked so a neighbor could walk the dog – but the cleaning ladies showed up instead, not realizing they had the wrong address.

“Although the house was cleaned for free, the RCMP would like to take this opportunity to remind homeowners to make sure their doors are locked at all times,” he said in a press release, Global News reports .


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This guy would have become a little flash-happy.

Nicholas Sheehy, 23, was charged on October 11 after allegedly exposing himself to a woman and her child outside a Dollar General variety store in Ottumwa, Iowa.

According to a criminal complaint, obtained by The Smoking Gun, Sheehy told police he “took her out” because he saw something similar in porn and believed the woman would “respond sexually.”

Sheehy was incarcerated in Wapello County Jail but released on US $ 1,000 bail, The Smoking Gun reports. He is scheduled for a preliminary hearing on October 31.

Nicolas Sheehy.
Nicolas Sheehy. Police document


A Georgia man’s Halloween-themed scarecrow exhibit didn’t scare away complaints from his neighbors.


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Mike O’Neill recently set up the decor with a pumpkin head, hat, shirt and jeans outside his North Fulton County home, Reports from WSB-TV Atlanta.

The scarecrow’s pants are pulled down slightly to reveal two pumpkin buttocks.

An exhibit on the lawn of a full moon pumpkin man before it was
An exhibit on the lawn of a full moon pumpkin man before it was “censored” in North Fulton County, Georgia. Screenshot of WSB-TV Atlanta

“We laugh about it a lot,” O’Neill told WSB-TV.

But last weekend he received a complaint about the decor, which he has been putting up on and off for a decade.

“We have had more new neighbors with young children who have moved in… and they find that offensive,” a member of the board of directors of the Grogan’s Bluff neighborhood homeowners association reportedly told him in an email.

So O’Neill decided to adjust the display to appease his neighbors.

He put a sign in front of the pumpkin man, saying, “Censored by the GBHOA.”



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