Our Ivy League neighbor down the road, Columbia University, has been named the most sexually healthy college in the country for the second year straight, according to rankings from Trojan. They evaluated 140 institutions of higher learning on the basis of their sexual health resources — providing free condoms, STD testing and the like. Columbia gets the accolades for its frank and informational Go Ask Alice website. As far as a college health website goes, it really, really wins: The latest posts include candid discussions on a woman's difficulty of reaching orgasm, whether drinking and smoking for stress relief is a problem, and... armpit staph (ew, but awesome that it's being talked about). This is the kind of info about sex college students should get — not preaching about abstinence or typical fratboy misogyny. To see the other nine colleges, visit: The Huffington Post: The 10 Most Sexually Healthy Colleges
Emperor Penquins sing to attract their mates. If you’ve seen “Happy Feet”, then you already know that male Emperor penguins sing (called "bugling") to attract a female. But it’s more than that. Penguins actually have their own breeding site, often walking 30 to 70 miles to reach it. Although penguins are monogamous, if they can't find their mate in the crowd the following year, they'd often move on and mate with another. Hey, if you gotta breed, you gotta breed. So much for faithfulness.