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I just stumbled upon the most adorable site called BestKisses.com which is just filled with pictures of people, animals, things, whatever, kissing. You can submit your own photo too and they may just put it up alongside photos of camels kissing, and babies and dads kissing, and couples kissing. Do you think they will accept this photo of me kissing myself? [BestKisses.com] Keep reading »
Remember how I said Made Of Honor looks like practically the same movie as My Best Friend’s Wedding? And that it would probably suck? Well, Kiss The Bride has a pretty darn similar plot to both of those films, only this one features a gay guy, his first boyfriend, and that first boyfriend’s soon-to-be-wife, played by trannylicious Tori Spelling. It also looks vaguely awesome, proving that just because you stole another movie’s plot doesn’t mean you’re not worth seeing. [Kiss The Bride] Keep reading »
1) That’s the Human papillomavirus. No, virus isn’t a separate word. It’s the most common sexually transmitted infection, but most people who have HPV don’t even know they have it. There are over 40 strains of HPV which affect everything from the nose, to the mouth, to the genitals, sometimes in the form of oh-so-sexy warts. A few specific strains of the virus are the ones that can lead to cervical cancer. The strains of HPV that can cause genital warts are not the same as the types that can cause cancer.
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OMG. Scientists think they have found the cure for acne. The drug SMT D002 supposedly can reduce the flow of sebum, that nasty oiliness that makes you break out, by 90%. Right now it’s only offered in pill form to treat some other condition, but they’re hoping to turn it into a cream that can be easily applied on skin with moderate to severe acne. This is a much better optipon than, say, Retin-A, which totally makes people suicidal. Where the hell were these doctors when I was covered in pimples all through junior high and high school?! [Telegraph U.K.] Keep reading »
We’ve been curious for awhile about what dudes think about having sex when a woman is on her period. I don’t like it, but not because it grosses me out — I’m just a clean freak and don’t like messes of any sort. But what about dudes? I got a wide mix of responses when I asked the guys on my IM. Check out what they had to say, after the jump! Keep reading »
Welcome to “He Wants To Know”, a new regular advice column where YOU get to play Dear Abby. Each week we’ll feature a question from a guy and we, with your help, will do our best to answer it. And guys, if you have a question, send it to us at email@example.com.
Question: How should a guy ask a girl out who he sees on public transportation? It’s the dating equivalent of the elevator pitch: I’ve got a very limited amount of time and no prior connection to this person to make her agree with what I’m pitching. That being, a date with me. So, do I go short and straight to the point: “Hi, I’m Jake. I think you’re cute, and I’d like to take you out sometime”? — Jake, New York, NY Keep reading »
I am so excited to see Forgetting Sarah Marshall, especially since the star, Jason Segal (who also stars on How I Met Your Mother), has an entire scene in full-frontal exposure. He’s hot, in a funny, goofy guy sort of way. Keep reading »
Check this story out. Aliza Shvarts is a senior at Yale, majoring in Art. For her senior art project she has been documenting “a nine-month process during which she artificially inseminated herself ‘as often as possible’ while periodically taking abortifacient drugs to induce miscarriages. Her exhibition will feature video recordings of these forced miscarriages as well as preserved collections of the blood from the process.” Yeah. Let me just say that while I love art, I don’t really get this kind of modern, political, conceptual stuff, but Shvarts says, “I believe strongly that art should be a medium for politics and ideologies, not just a commodity. I think that Iâ€™m creating a project that lives up to the standard of what art is supposed to be.â€ Now, I think it goes without saying that if you’re Anti-Choice, you’re gonna find her art project pretty darn offensive, but what if you’re Pro-Choice? Keep reading »