For whatever reason (maybe the abstinence-only sex ed debate), virginity is everywhere. Some of our most popular movies are about young men out to lose their v-cards. And the news is filled with stories of older virgins when it's not mentioning deflowering for sale. What gives? And why for several thousand years have we been obsessed with virgin women?
Some professor in England thinks that evolution in the west is on the way out. He's got lots of theories but his one, big point is that there are not enough powerful, smart men out there having children well into their middle years. Furthering the concept, is the idea that smart, successful people are having kids later and keeping the total number of kids low. While some poorer families are just breeding with hats off. This all sort of sounds like the film Idiocracy, which you probably shouldn't go see.
Barack Obama is a lot of things. He's a senator, a president-elect, a Harvard grad, a lawyer, and a man willing to admit his mistakes. This story did not make it into the mainstream media, but Barack Obama once screwed up the game of one Nicklaus Lovelace. During a press junket, he called out Lovelace on his babyface and ruined his game. But, because Obama is a big (if skinny) man, he manned up and apologized. Solid work, future Prez.
It's been a long, exciting trip for John Mayer. Back in the day he was just a dude who liked to rock out on his guitar, a real regular guy. Then the fame came and brought the ladies. He dated his way through Jennifer Love Hewitt, Jessica Simpson, and Minka Kelly but really hit the A-List with Jennifer Aniston. And he picked up a lot of grief from the media and general populace on his meteoric climb. Word like lothario, douchebag, and gold digger were lobbed at the singer-songwriter. But maybe he just never stopped being a regular guy. Ever think of that, smart guy?
Do you know what an NEB is? How about Svenborgia? Then by all means check out this handy dandy guide to Tom Miller's Tomfoolery. Included in this guide: what to expect, some vocab, and a few influences and inspirations.
What hell hath David Duchovny's sex addiction wrought? Per reports, Duchovny's sin of choice was self abuse (before he was cured). This has led to a lively discussing about what entails infidelity. And is masturbating on the list? If so, seriously? What if that's the only way someone can orgasm? This and many more questions deserve answers. Also, Bree Sharp's "David Duchovny Why Won't You Love Me?" is a totally appropriate song.
The author goes to work of a ladies magazine and learns a lot about living and a little about love. He finds out that it's not all red carpet invites, sex advice, and kinky pillow fights. But he does get some pretty good relationship advice and learns a thing or 2 about computer networking.
The Simpsons started us down this road in which everything is the best, worst, most, or least. Sure, it could be the Best Week Ever, but it probably isn't. In that regard, what makes a Best Man the best man? And what makes him the worst Best Man? There are probably degrees of ruining a wedding and this video has to be right up there.
You may know Brody Jenner as the slacker heartthrob from MTV's The Hills. It probably seems like this dude has it made. But it looks like he's missing a best bro. So, MTV is doing the only thing it can; trying to help Brody Jenner a new man crush. They're hooking him up with a reality show that will help him make a new best bud. The show uses challenges involving male bonding to eliminate unworthy contestants. This should not stand. These television jokers are making a mockery of bromance. This could set the man crush back decades.
A weatherman in Lubbock, Texas used another stations news set to propose to his girlfriend. It turns out that she's an anchor for ABC and he's the rain-and-shine guy for CBS. But that did not stop Matt Laubhan from asking Emily Leonard to be his wife on Lubbock's KMAC evening news.