How much porn have I watched in my life? I don’t know, how many breaths have you taken?
No, no, I’m exaggerating. How many times have you said “like”?
On the last episode of “Tough Love Couples,” everyone had to dress up like their partner’s fantasy and a bunch of the ladies asked their men to get their chests waxed. Why, oh why?! It’s a serious crime against nature to strip a dude! Waxing it off isn’t just painful physically; it places hairlessness on a pedestal that creates an image of men just as ridiculous as those pin-thin models we ladies gripe about.
I tell you, deforestation of men has become a growing problem. With all these uber-manscaped models and Hollywood types badgering dudekind to get waxed, a man with chest hair is practically an endangered species. If “Captain Planet” were still on the air, there’d be Planeteers looking out for earth, fire, wind, water, heart, and chest hair! The Art Of Manliness gurus agree that we have to protect it. Men and women of the world, I’m going to need your help to stop this crime against mankind and hotness. Keep reading »
Y’all know how I feel about Magnum condoms — unnecessary and stupid, at least most of the time. So Ludacris and I will have to agree to disagree, seeing as he is the new spokesperson for the brand, which has, up until now, never really advertised. After rappers like Luda, Eminem, Kid Rock, and Lil Wayne referenced the extra large condoms in their songs, Trojan realized they had a demographic — outside of dudes with big d**ks in general, I guess? — they could directly target. Young dudes who like hip-hop! Now, ads for the condoms are appearing in hip-hop magazines like Vibe and XXL, and the brand is asking fans to come up with a custom theme song in their Magnum Live Large contest. According to an article in The New York Times:
Participants go to MagnumLiveLarge.com to download base tracks, then record their own Magnum-themed lyrics and upload their entries. Visitors to the site will vote for their favorites, with the winner receiving $5,000 and a trip to Birthday Bash, a hip-hop festival on June 19 in Atlanta. At the show, the winner will be brought onstage by Ludacris and congratulated.
Esquire recently published an article called “1,000 Things You Don’t Know About Women,” full of quotes gathered from lots of women who were asked to share something about their gender that men my be surprised to learn. The Frisky would like to do a similar article on things women don’t know about men and, guys, we need your help. Would you please share a secret or two about sex, relationships, what you love about women, what you wish you could change, and how you view life through the lens of a guy? Please don’t leave your secrets in the comments (we want to keep them a secret for now, after all), but send them to firstname.lastname@example.org so we can share them with our readers, along with submissions from other dear males in our lives. Many thanks!! Keep reading »
My obsession with Anti-Monkey Butt Powder continues. This is a real product, people! There’s regular Anti-Monkey Butt Powder, and there’s Lady Anti-Monkey Butt in a pink bottle, natch. I saw this product for the first time a few months ago on a store shelf, and I have been preoccupied with the name ever since. It’s only a matter of time before I start rocking the Anti-Monkey Butt temporary tattoo. Now, I bring you the Anti-Monkey Butt commercial, in which a jogger who has monkey butt gets knocked down and butt powdered by a giant monkey. If you want to watch more, there’s an Anti-Monkey Butt Powder YouTube channel. Enjoy. Keep reading »
Somewhere between hanging out with the guys at a strip club and hiring an escort on the social-acceptability scale sits the erotic massage — a cultural institution that most red-blooded men have at least thought about.
But for many, reasons of legality, morality or limited funds keep whatever happens after stretching out on that table squarely in the realm of fantasy.
For them, we asked Molly L., a $150-an-hour PhD student in philosophy who runs an erotic massage business out of her one-bedroom Manhattan apartment, to fill us in on her process — from the beginning to (presumably happy) end(ing). Read more … Keep reading »