Apple claims they removed those 5000 boobie apps because women were complaining over the "degrading" and "objectionable" content. Correct me if I'm wrong, but the removal of the SuicideGirls' app - which actually empowers women - seems most questionable.
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Remember the Wobble iPhone app? It let you add some - ahem - rather realistic jiggle to your photos. Unfortunately it's been removed from the App Store for "overtly sexual content" despite only using imported photos and not actually providing sexual content.
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The gals at Jezebel have stumbled onto the party trick of the decade: How to detect breast implants using only a flashlight. While it may not exactly be an entirely scientific method, it most definitely looks fun.
Even though there are benefits to artificial enhancement, sometimes "natural" is the way to go. Imagine if plastic surgeons could grow boobs instead of relying on traditional implants? It could happen sooner than you think.
I cannot fathom why any woman would want to surgically shove a silicon bra into her body. Sure, your breasts will look perfectly shaped and perky even once the clothes come off, but you'll also have bra straps going through your muscles and ribs.
We have covered every crazy snake oil bra out there designed to improve a woman's bust, but so far nothing that claims to alter their shape. That is until the 'Sleeping Bust Up Bra'.
Unlike Pangao's Magic Massage Bra, these bizarre little inserts support (cough) almost any bra to "quickly improve, firm and increase your bust". Apparently, "just a half hour per day" is all that's required to see results.
On many Disneyland coasters, there's a camera set up to automatically take your picture as you go down the biggest drop. They then try to sell you said picture at the end of the ride. Of course, this is a great opportunity to flash your boobs and have a bunch of kids see it, so Disney has always kept employees on hand dedicated to weeding out such salacious images before they hit the screens that visitors can see. No more!