Somewhere along the line — between the pages of Cosmo and the scripts in Hollywood — the notion that men are consummate sex hounds incapable of being freaked out by or uncomfortable with sex took hold.
I like men. I never considered them “the enemy” or an unsolved mystery to be analyzed to death. I had too many other things to worry about.
In this week’s “Call Your Boyfriend” column, Ryan O’Connell tackles questions about sex on the first date and handling going out while single. Have a question? Ask away!
When it comes to personal grooming down there, isn’t being healthy sexier than being possibly inflamed and infected?
What can you do if you and your partner have a mismatched sex drive? Here are five quick(ie) tips.
What will be running through her mind the first time you drop trou? We asked real women to share their most memorable first impression of a guy’s goods. Prepare to laugh out loud.
Suppose he slept with an average of 20 women a year over the course of those four decades — a VERY low estimate, given how many women, for instance, Don Draper sleeps with per season of Mad Men. (And Don Draper isn’t nearly as powerful or rich as Hugh Hefner was.)
All this Magnum love poses the question: When did the exceptional become the norm?
Even understanding the chemistry behind our hard-ons is of secondary importance. That is, where our boners come from is not as important as how we feel about them.