Plus, what ALL the straight people are doing.
And a happy new year to you, sirs and madams. I hope you haven't dropped your resolutions into a vat of acid and cried yourself to sleep over lost dreams. Because it would be a little awkward if we both did that. Here is what the "other guys" have had to say about loving, dating, doing it and all that stuff.
Speaking of getting ALL SWEATY, Good Men Project wants to know how to walk up to a young lady on a dance floor and rub yourself all of over her… in a respectful manner. Seems to work better if you're very good-looking, charismatic and a heck of a dancer.
Over at Madame Noire, a little advice on how to get a guy who is nursing some old relationship wounds to get over it. Did I mention they were freshmen in college?
Sometimes guys have a hard time telling if you're into them. We all remember the investment banker's 1,600+ word inquisition over some evidently mixed signals. Modern Man (though I'm not 100% of the writer's gender) discusses how to know when she wants to put it on you. (Ladies, send this article to men that you like then do these things, it's 2012, the time for being coy is in the rearview mirror).
Sometimes guys are just too-too laid back when it comes to planning stuff. Gurl.com has some advice on how to get him to suggest something other than "whatever." Please notice that sexual arbitrage is not involved.
Now for the funny business. Vice.com gives some advice to a woman in her 30s in need of some procreatin'. The great thing about "satirical" advice columns is that some of it ends up being pretty good.
A really bad way to get a baby made is occupy the more waste-focused orifice (CPA as we sometimes like to call it). According to Nerve, the CDC says that anal sex is all the rage amongst the "breeders."
You'd imagine that guys are pretty keen about the backdoor situation, but before you tsk tsk the whole gender, AskMen tells us that a survey has stated that gentlemen prefer brunettes. Keep in mind that the Scandinavian Journal Of Psychology was prominently involved in the survey.
You'd guess that a certain subset of women may be jazzed that brown-hairs are held in such high-regard. Em & Lo ask their man panel what they think of dating feminists.
The dude at The Frisky, John DeVore, doesn't love condoms (he's a member of a VERY inclusive club). He also thinks it's weird that there are ad wizards whose very lives depends on making prophos seem fun. "Hey, baby, check out my glow-in-the-dark lightsaber, we're all having a good time."
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