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A Serbian woman sought gynecological help to retrieve a cell phone that got stuck in her vagina after performing a solo sexual activity. While the unidentified year-old of Belgrade, Serbia, had been using her Nokia to pleasure herself, it slipped out of her hand and went deep inside her nether regions. According to the Daily Starthe woman realized she could not remove the foreign object.
Did a woman named Salma Briant from Albuquerque sue Samsung after her phone got stuck in her lady parts when she tried to pleasure herself with the vibration mode? No, that's not true: the tale was made up by a Canadian website that specializes in inventing tales about bizarre crimes and weird sex acts for entertainment purposes. The story is not real although it is likely it will be copied by other websites eventually.
Snopes needs your help! Learn more. Briant said she first inserted the cell phone inside her vagina as a dare from one of her friends but quickly realized that the phone would not come out.
Ohhhh Maaaaa Gheeerrrdd, Usher has been pictured charging his mobile phone using a woman's vagina. The genital-based phone-charging took place at Art Basel in Miami, an art show for "modern and contemporary works, as well as pieces by newly emerging stars. One such newly emerging star included in the show is a naked woman who has a battery pack inserted inside her vagina.
Reproduction is the process by which organisms make more organisms like themselves. But even though the reproductive system is essential to keeping a species alive, unlike other body systems, it's not essential to keeping an individual alive. In the human reproductive process, two kinds of sex cells, or gametes GAH-meetzare involved.
One winter night, Dr. Melissa Barton was the attending physician in the emergency department of the Detroit Medical Center. Making her rounds, she picked up a chart for a new patient and read the woman's chief complaint: "eye in the vagina.
The silicone Looncup collects menstrual flow as an alternative to disposable tampons or sanitary towels, similar to other reusable devices such as Mooncup. However, Looncup wirelessly connects to a smartphone app to notify the user how close to its millilitre capacity it is, as well as track the periodic cycle and give feedback about health. Updates can also be displayed on an Apple Watch.