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Web-Cam: Go Ask Alice, She’s Got The Answers

You got a sex question? Go ask Alice, I think she’ll know! The website, run by Ivy League lovers at Columbia University, lets anyone anonymously ask a team of Health Service experts questions about sex, drugs, relationships, and even nutrition. The 15-year-old site posts all their answers on topics from Adderall’s affect on your sex drive to how to have phone sex. So, don’t be shy with your questions, Alice isn’t at all old fashioned. She’s just chock full of good clean advice for getting down and dirty. Keep reading »

Gone-orrhea!

Faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, and able to leap tall people in a single bound….no it’s not Superman. It’s super bacterium gonorrhea! The microscopic crotch grabber is the strongest organism on the planet and much like promiscuous lovers, it can pull more than its fair share of tail, or, in this case, pili. Forget about bending steel, these little bacteria buggers can drag 100,000 times their body weight which is basically like a human hauling 22 million pounds of crap (or Carrie Bradshaw’s shoe rack). Keep reading »

Thoughts From Guys On Our IM: Grossest STDs

STD Awareness Month has got us thinking about which STDs we consider the worst (besides AIDS, because, c’mon) — I vote for gonorrhea, personally. But then I wonder about dudes, and how much they really know about STDs. Do they know enough to vote for the worst? Their responses, after the jump. Keep reading »

The Five Most Important Things You Should Know About: Crabs

Oh my god, CRABS. Aren’t they beautiful?
1. Pubic lice aka crabs, do not have feet. They have CLAWS, hence the whole crab thing. Without feet they can’t actually walk across any surface, but they do sort of swing from hair to hair. Like a tiny, tiny Tarzan, if you will.

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VD Is For Everybody

Happy STD Awareness Month! “VD is for Everybody” is a public service announcement from way back in the day. In case you’re not aware, VD is short for venereal diseases, which is what they called STDs before the 1990s. In the video, you learn that ballet dancers, equestrians, violinists, pregnant women who knit, and men who jog in gray sweat suits are all capable of getting VD, because “VD is for everybody, not just boys or girls.” Watch and learn. Keep reading »

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