Think you know everything there is to know about the male body? Think again. LiveScience has published an article debunking five myths about men — including how often they think about sex. After the jump, five facts about the male body that may surprise you. Keep reading »
My honey bunny threw out his back this weekend moving heavy boxes into our new apartment and literally couldn’t move unassisted for 48 hours. Despite my lack of qualifications for the job, I became the de facto meal-maker, bath-giver, walker-to-the-bathroom, and all around nursemaid.
Luckily for us both, I passed the Not Nurse Ratched test with flying colors. He’s back on his feet, albeit in a shuffle-y, wobble-y kind of way.
I’ve heard that saying that if a couple really wants test its compatibility, they should go on a week long vacation to a foreign country together. But actually, I think one partner nursing the other back to health is a better indication! Surprise, surprise, you don’t need a nurse’s uniform (though he’d probably like that) to take care of a sick dude. But you do need love, patience…and a bulls**t detector. Keep reading »
It’s always been my understanding — from personal experience, friends’ experience and general popular culture — that most guys hate wearing condoms and if pregnancy and STDs weren’t a concern, they’d totally ditch the latex. But a recent letter to Time Out New York‘s sex columnist, Jamie Bufalino, has me scratching my head. Is it possible that some men actually LIKE wearing a condom? A reader writes…
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During the ascent of the now pervasive male hipster style, we’ve fretted over mustaches gone wild, and hemmed and hawed over Galifianakis-ish hirsuteness. But men who remove all that hair are coming out of the closet, with a little help from grooming marketers, says The New York Times. Will the increasing popularity of manscaping (Diddy and Jay-Z are already converts) foretell the doom of dude body hair as we know it?! Keep reading »
The first thing you need to know is loads of hot British boys play it, which naturally means the answer is yes. The second thing you need to know is that it’s a combination of football and volleyball. (Obvi! That’s why it’s called footvolley.) The game is incredibly similar to volleyball, except no hands are used. Instead, players kick or head butt the ball over the net, and a soccer ball replaces the traditional volleyball. Like all hot beach games, it originated where the best beaches can be found, Brazil, [ed Note: where for the record soccer is called football but anyway]. A hottie called Octavio De Moraes is credited with creating the game in 1965. Boy, has it come a long way since then. Today almost every country from Israel to the England to Italy has a footvolley association and major brands like Pepsi sponsor national tournaments. Hot boys? Exotic countries? Sunny beaches? That’s enough of an argument for me. [Metro.co.uk] Keep reading »