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    VIRTUAL reality technology is becoming increasingly sophisticated, and has already entered the porn world. But what is VR porn? Here's all you need to know about the rise of immersive tech in the sex industry. 1 The process of making VR porn doesn't feature lots of cameras like standard shootsCredit: Credit: Michal Moravcik / Alamy Stock Photo What is VR porn? Watching virtual reality porn involves donning a VR headset – or a smartphone fitted into headgear. Rather than watching people in third person, the scene is shown from the point of view of one of the performers. "You are the only one who talks. With VR porn, it's a first-person perspective, so you have to be the entertainer," performer Brett Rossi, who has starred in adult VR films, told us in 2018, describing her role. "You have to pretend like there's someone there. There is someone there, but you have to pretend like they're communicating with you. "But really, the male talent that you're using is a prop, they're just keeping an erection. They can't talk, they can't move,...
    NEVER ignore strange symptoms, is the message Suzie Smith wants everyone to take home from her story. Then 32 years old, she had spent months turning a blind eye to warnings signs and pushing through, despite not feeling quite right. 3Suzie Smith thinks she had symptoms for 18 months but pushed any worries asideCredit: Bowel Cancer UK She was happier to think it was an intolerance or agree with doctors diagnosing her with piles - as that's "easier to believe than cancer". But the Londoner was stunned to eventually be told she had bowel cancer, and is now halfway through gruelling treatment. The events manager told The Sun she thinks she had symptoms for about 18 months before the cancer was found last September. Suzie said: "I had symptoms, I didn't know what they were.  Read more on cancerRED FLAGS I'm a GP & didn't think I could get bowel cancer - the signs I wish everyone knew "I had blood in my stool, I was going to the toilet six times a day, which isn't healthy even though I...
    Shanna Moakler revealed she is rooting for her ex-husband Travis Barker and Kourtney Kardashian through their challenges with in vitro fertilization. After the couple detailed their struggles to conceive a child together on Hulu's reality series The Kardashians, the 47-year-old former Miss USA told Us Weekly that 'if that's a desire between the two of them' to have children, she thinks 'that's fantastic.' 'I don't have any issues with that,' the mother-of-three said. 'Their personal relationship is really nothing I get involved in.'  Well wishes: Shanna Moakler revealed she is rooting for her ex Travis Barker and Kourtney Kardashian through their challenges with in vitro fertilization; seen in 2019 She added: 'All I know is kind of, like, what everyone knows. I think they were trying with IVF and there were some complications.'  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Travis Barker shares a loved-up snap to celebrate fiancee... Travis Barker responds to a fan who criticized his frequent... Share this article Share On the second episode of The Kardashians, which aired earlier this week on Hulu, Kourtney...
    Netflix viewers have been moved to tears by a Japanese reality show that follows children as young as two while they attempt to complete everyday tasks without the help of their parents. Old Enough was originally released in Japan in 1990 as Hajimete no Otsukai, which translates to 'My First Errand', but has only just become available to stream in the UK. Among the 20 episodes is a child buying items from the supermarket, as well as another who is tasked with making fruit juice, without any help from their parents, as they're followed by the reality show's camera crew. The show has been airing in Japan for 30 years, and those with safety concerns may feel reassured to know that a huge amount of preparation goes in to inspecting the errand routes before the tasks.  A hidden safety team watches their ever move and neighbours are informed in advance that the children will be completing tasks in the area, after a lengthy selection process to make sure they can handle it.   Viewers have taken to Twitter to reveal how much...
    In a society that seems addicted to the “new, new thing,” it is easy to pass off talk about the “metaverse” as classic techie hype. It’s not that or, at least, it’s about to be and is already becoming much more than just that. There’s a reason that tech oligarchs are betting their futures on this technology to extend the internet into a permanent virtual reality, one with the potential to consume everything in its path and remake societies. Mark Zuckerberg may be a menace but he is willing to ignore critics and seize the future. In renaming Facebook as Meta, he absorbed a $200 billion loss in market value for the company and a $30 billion drop in his own net worth. He’s hardly alone in being willing to take the risk. Rony Abovitz, a confidant of Zuckerberg , received more than $2.5 billion in funding from a diverse list of venture and private equity investors, including Alibaba and Google, for his previous virtual reality venture, Magic Leap. Former Disney CEO Robert Iger is also taking the plunge, taking...
    A woman who was left with a bullet lodged in her body for 15 years after being shot as a teenager, has finally had it removed on camera for a gruesome new medical reality show.  Erica Miles, a nursing assistant from Northern Alabama, was shot when two rival gangs entered a stand off at a high school football game in 2005 and she was caught in the crossfire as an innocent bystander.  Speaking on tonight's Stuck, airing at 10pm on Quest Red, General surgeon Dr George Crawford explained that, unlike what is shown in movies, bullets are not always extracted from the body because it could cause more damage.  For that reason, the bullet was left in Erica's body for 15 years without any issue, until it began to push against the surface of her skin as the body tried to expel it.  Because Erica was worried about the bullet migrating to another part of her body and causing damage, Dr Crawford removed it in 2020, and said the story had stuck with him since.  Northern Alabama nursing Assistant Erica Miles was...
    The federal government has for years enabled the private market to make money off our housing needs. Now, as home prices and rents skyrocket, there is a simple solution: offer people a public option for housing. Is housing a human right? Or is it a privilege affordable only to those who have made it under our unfair system of market capitalism? This article was produced by Economy for All, a project of the Independent Media Institute. If you read CNBC’s recent financial advice column, you may come away believing the latter to be true. Economist and CNBC contributor Laurence J. Kotlikoff said Americans “are wasting too much money on housing,” and in order to be more financially savvy about housing he offered such innovative ideas as moving in with one’s parents, renting out part of one’s home to visitors through Airbnb, selling one’s home altogether in favor of a smaller, cheaper one, or—and this is my favorite—moving to a cheaper state. These sorts of ludicrous solutions are typical of the corporate media’s answer to a housing crisis of epic proportions:...
    (CNN)Five-time Masters champion Tiger Woods said "it will be a game-time decision" on whether he will compete at the 2022 Masters, which begins Thursday at Augusta National in Georgia."I will be heading up to Augusta today to continue my preparation and practice," Woods wrote on Twitter Sunday. "It will be a game-time decision on whether I compete."Tiger Woods return to golf at Masters would be phenomenal, says Rory McIlroyThe 15-time major winner, who suffered serious leg injuries in a single-vehicle crash in February 2021, has not played an official tournament since the 2020 Masters in November of that year.Woods' only appearance in competitive golf since the crash was in December 2021 alongside son Charlie at the PNC Championship at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club Orlando, Grande Lakes in Florida, where Woods and his son finished second.The 46-year-old told Golf Digest in November last year he would "never" again compete on the PGA Tour full time, but would instead "pick and choose" events.Read More"You practice around that, and you gear yourself up for that," he said. "And you play. I think that's...
    The Variety writer who asked Kim Kardashian to share her 'advice for women in business' has furiously fired back at the reality star's claims that her comments were 'taken out of context' by the publication.  Kim, 41, sparked a firestorm of controversy earlier this month after she was quoted as telling the magazine that women need to 'get their f***ing a**es up and work', before complaining that 'it seems like nobody wants to work these days'.  The reality star was blasted as 'tone deaf' and out of touch following the publication of the interview - which was also shared as a video - prompting her to address the controversy in a recent sit-down with Good Morning America, in which she insisted that her comments were 'taken out of context' by Variety.  She also claimed to GMA's Robin Roberts that the question about her advice for women came after the interviewer - Variety's Chief Correspondent Elizabeth Wagmeister - suggested that she was just 'famous for being famous', which she said made her entire 'tone and attitude change'.  However Wagmeister has now hit...
    Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott are still playing the name game with their baby boy.  The reality star, 24, revealed in a Monday Instagram Story post that their son is no longer named Wolf.  “FYI OUR SONS NAME ISN’T WOLF ANYMORE,” she wrote. “WE JUST REALLY DIDN’T FEEL LIKE IT WAS HIM.” Jenner added, “JUST WANTED TO SHARE BECAUSE I KEEP SEEING WOLD EVERYWHERE.” The announcement came just a few hours after Jenner shared intimate footage from the moments leading up to her son’s birth. “He’s out!” Jenner’s mom, Kris Jenner, excitedly shouted in the video, as Kylie said, “Hi, buddy!” “Oh, my gosh. Your son is here!” Kylie then told Scott, who said, “What’s up, boy? What’s up, big boy?” Kylie and Scott are also parents to 4-year-old daughter Stormi. Filed under celebrity children ,  kardashians ,  kylie jenner ,  reality stars ,  travis scott ,  3/21/22
    ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) — Minnesotans could show support for the Minnesota Vikings on the road with a special license plate adorned with the team’s mascot if a bill at the state legislature is approved this year. Proceeds would benefit the Minnesota Vikings Foundation, which focuses on health and education initiatives for kids. To get one, drivers would need to make an annual donation of $30 to the charitable organization. READ MORE: Vikings Add Free Agents DT Phillips, TE Mundt, OL Schlottman“With the passage of this legislation, motorists across the state of Minnesota can make a measurable difference in the lives of youth and families by leveraging their passion and fandom for the Minnesota Vikings,” Brett Tabor, executive director of the foundation, told a Senate committee Thursday. Nineteen other states have similar laws that benefit 24 NFL team foundations, he said, emphasizing that no money would support the team itself or its ownership. The foundation conducted a market survey that it says projects 1.15 million motorists would be interested in purchasing the special plate. The survey—and an application free, which...
    Facebook reportedly plans to implement parental supervision tools for its virtual reality headsets as Americans begin to worry about the safety of children while exploring the online “Metaverse.” NPR reports that Facebook plans to launch parental supervision tools for its Quest virtual reality headsets soon. The move comes as many begin to worry about the safety of children in Facebook’s new “Metaverse.” Mark Zuckerberg introduces Meta (Facebook) Facebook (now known as Meta) has previously stated that its Quest headset is designed for those aged 13 and older, but younger children have regularly been reported to be using VR apps. Many younger users are using VR apps designed for older users, including Meta’s own Horizon Worlds, which has raised concerns about children being exposed to inappropriate content. Facebook now says that from April onwards, parents will be able to ban their children from certain apps. In May, the company announced that it will automatically block teenage users from downloading apps rated too old for them. Parents will now have access to a dashboard where they can see which VR app their children...
    It’s been a long 10 months without any news regarding the Kardashians following the end of their E! reality series Keeping Up With the Kardashians. But thank goodness, Hulu came to the rescue on Monday by sharing a full-length trailer for the famous family’s brand new show. Dropping the “keeping up” segment, the upcoming series is now simply titled The Kardashians — though judging from this new clip, it appears to scratch the same reality garbage itch as the original. “Life without cameras was a big change for us,” Kim Kardashian narrates in the trailer. “We’ve had so much time off, we’ve kind of gone into our own worlds. I’m excited for this new chapter, and I’ve been in this game long enough to know that you just have to be yourself.” So, what does “being yourself” entail for the Kardashians this time around? Kylie Jenner’s facing a much more public second pregnancy, and in other maternal news, Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker are ready to have a child together. Khloé Kardashian faces off with Tristan Thompson after his...
    TODAY, March 10th, marks a special day in astrology charts: The moon is square to Neptune. This means each star sign can expect to feel energy shifts in their lives, according to expert astrologer Lisa Stardust. 3March 10, 2022 marks the Moon Square NeptuneCredit: Getty 3An astrologer says Moon Square Neptune means various things for the star signs, from rest and relaxation to rethinking careersCredit: Getty Before getting into how Moon Square Neptune affects each star sign, it's important to understand what it means. Today, Neptune and the moon have aligned in orbit to make a 90-degree angle. "The moon in Gemini, and Neptune is in Pisces, and they are squaring each other," Stardust explained to The Sun. In astrology, the moon represents people's emotions, while Neptune powers people's intuition, compassion, and spirituality. Read more in lifestyleMYSTIC MEG Scorpio weekly horoscope: What your star sign has in store for March 6 - 12BIG MOVES Pluto return 2022: What it means for you and your star sign This position means different things for each star sign, from destressing to reality a...
    (CNN Business)In 2018, Magic Leap released an augmented reality headset that could show crisp, three-dimensional images as though they were right in front of you on a coffee table or living room floor. It was years in the making, and came after the company raised billions in funding — and it was a flop.Now, the company is trying again, with plans to launch a new headset later this year. But this time, it's doing some things very differently. For starters, Magic Leap is no longer aiming the product at developers and other early adopters who it had hoped would come up with compelling uses for it (and then, perhaps, drive consumers to pick it up). Instead, it's focusing on a narrow range of companies that might find its AR offering more useful and also be less intimidated by the price tag, which has yet to be announced but will continue to run more than $2,000 per headset. The company is also hoping its timing will be better in 2022. While the market for AR headsets is still tiny, a related...
    SAN RAMON, Calif. (AP) — Niantic Labs CEO John Hanke has been working on technology that helps people navigate and enjoy places in the real world since he helped create Google Maps nearly 20 years ago. So it’s not surprising that he isn’t a fan of the current hyperbole surrounding the notion that technology is poised to hatch a “metaverse” — a three-dimensional simulation of the actual world populated by digital avatars of ourselves gathering with friends, family and colleagues to play, work and experience other aspects of an artificial life so compelling that it feels real. Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is such an ardent fan of a concept that he hails as an “embodied internet” that he recently renamed his company Meta. Hanke, though, fears Zuckerberg’s vision would become more like a “dystopian nightmare.” Hanke instead is hoping to build technology that meshes with the physical world — an approach known as “augmented reality,” or AR. That’s what Niantic Labs has already done with Pokemon Go, a popular mobile phone game that deploys AR to enable people to chase...
    POLAND -- "Dancing With the Stars" pro Maksim Chmerkovskiy is now safe in Poland, he confirmed on social media.He kept followers on Instagram updated while he made his way out of Ukraine.Chmerkovskiy was in his native country working on a dance competition series when the Russian invasion broke out last week.He spoke on Instagram Live Tuesday detailing what he witnessed on his way out of the war-torn country."It has turned into, into a David and Goliath of just massive proportions," Chmerkovskiy said in the Instagram Live post. "It's just reality. It's David and Goliath in reality. I feel like I'm in high school again in Brooklyn, and I feel like I'm in a hallway and I feel like I'm watching a little kid get beat up by a big kid"The Ukrainian-American dancer praised Poland and its people for accepting Ukrainian refugees into their country during this troubling time.He shared a post Tuesday morning showing he made it to Poland safely.In a video he released Monday, Chmerkovskiy said he had been arrested in Kiev."At one point I got arrested," he said....