The world of figure skating is a happy place for Japanese Bishōnen right now. While Yuzuru Hanyu is making it more than clear that he is determined to win the World Figure Skating Championships in Boston right now, another great talent is skating its way into the hearts of the fans…
Shoma Uno might still look somewhat small next to Hanyu and his style is not yet as refined but he’s not only visibly excited to be on the ice, he’s also quite exciting to watch as you can see in the videos below.
Then these Japanese high-school boys would like to have a word with you ;)
The porn & sex industry is always on the frontier of tech innovation and virtual reality, by many expected to be the next big thing in our lives, is no exception from this rule. Nothing drives creativity–and sales–like sex.
The BBC recently did a documentary on the subject and no matter if you’re in a long-distance relationship or just looking for new ways to enjoy yourself alone or with others, it’s worth a look. There’s a little preview below and you can watch the whole thing here.
Sweet, sweet babyface and prince on ice Yuzuru Hanyu had quite the year. But doesn’t he always? He’s still being the cutest, he’s still breaking world records left and right and that the only two people who seem to be able to–somewhat–keep up with his pace are his closest friends doesn’t hurt the mood either.
Japanese youth dance team Kyushudanji Shinsengumi absolutely demolished the competition at World Of Dance Los Angeles. Buckle up…
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