Gin & tonic guys are "often the guys who get thrown out of the bar then appear a few weeks later as if nothing ever happened," says an expert. What's your guy's signature drink? Check out Glo's slideshow and find out what it says about him.
A parachuting porn. Is it really a big deal when guys watch porn? What we can learn from guys who are terrible with women. How to wallow in breakup pain without letting it devour you. Do you have to marry her to let her know you're committed? How to keep a fellow's interest. The grand spectrum of infidelity. Five role-playing scenarios that aren't completely cliche. A few FYIs for guys on getting things right in the bedroom. And a vibe that's powered by Google.
Oral sex might be the new smoking. New research has found that oral sex may cause more cases of throat cancer in men than smoking thanks to HPV transmissions.
The second week of October is National Pet Peeve Week, and the folks at dating site Zoosk have surveyed their subscribers to see how little annoyances affect their dating life.
There are a ton of reasons why sharing an activity — bowling, surfing, wine tasting — is ultimately better for your relationship than sitting across from each other trying to come up with things to say.
Lights on or off? Adult toy company Adam & Eve recently conducted a survey to find out. They asked 1,000 American adults (age 18 and up) how they like their lighting during sex.
More teenage boys than ever are using condoms when first having sex; Indiana University research scientist and author Debby Herbenick says results are encouraging, and ‘today’s condom is not your grandfather’s condom’ A higher proportion than ever of teenage guys are using a condom the first time they have sex, according to a new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
I love men, I really do. I've been boy-crazy since my first love, Adam, in pre-school. But there are things about them that drive me mad.
More proof that birth control pills can be evil: Women who are on the drug tend to choose partners who are less attractive and worse in bed.
xoJane's "Health Editor," a term we're going to use very loosely, wrote a piece about why she prefers the Plan B method of birth control to all others. Why? Well, in her words, the Pill will make her "fat," make her "spot," and according to her, will not prevent her from getting preggers because she's in that teeny-tiny minority who got knocked up on it.