For whatever reason, one of the most prevalent male fantasies in modern culture is seeing two women engage in a sexual experience together. Given that the entire point of being a lesbian is that a woman has no romantic interest in men, this seems a little counterintuitive, and yet in the world of popular culture, semantics like these are a little bit less important. Thanks to a certain sports entertainment impresario being one of the men who buys into this fantasy even more so than most, World Wrestling Entertainment and other professional wrestling companies have been especially guilty of turning their employees into lesbians simply to titillate a crowd. Were McMahon or any other promoter able to handle LGBT characters with the proper respect and care, maybe a storyline like this could actually entertain an audience in a non-sexual way. That said, on very rare occasions, even WWE has somehow managed to get it right and make a compelling storyline out of lesbian issues. Either way, if you happen to be one of those people who just want to be enticed by the imagery, there will be plenty of that, as well.
Backstage Wrestling: Male-on-male Jello Wrestling
It seems like young, affluent hipsters are always finding something new to do with their voluminous free time. Remember the Rated X parties from earlier in the year? The ones that clogged your Flickr streams with low-quality amateur porn every couple of weeks? Well, the phenomenon has mutated and it's been gelatin-ized.
Silly Trend Watch: Amateur Jello Wrestling
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The Cedar Falls School District is dealing with a controversy that stems from what students say is a homecoming tradition, Jello wrestling at a public park. A video of last Thursday's incident was posted online. Students say different matches were held and each match ended once one girl managed to pull off the shirt of her opponent. The school district says it had no knowledge of the event, or the tradition.