Sully has a new part of the Dish: Ask Andrew Anything. His latest underlines the beginning of a discussion that needs to happen in a world in which maleness is challenged.
I love the thought and earnestness of these little clips. However, I don’t think Andrew is entirely right in his description, but he […]
If the little pink pill ever comes into existence (the latest version is flibanserin), I know a lot of women who both desperately want and desperately do not want to take it. Low libido is a very common side effect from the Pill. You take the Pill so you can have lots of sex, and […]
Apparently, that question is more debatable than one might think. A Kinsey Institute study on what a person thinks “had sex” means shows that, well, that phrasing isn’t very exact:
The study involved responses from 486 Indiana residents who took part in a telephone survey conducted by the Center for Survey Research at IU. […]
Sex, on its own, in the wild, natural and unadorned, is still complicated. Don’t believe me? Look at a peacock or a bird of paradise. Salmon die after they procreate. Sea slugs penis joust. Now throw in evolved human biology, history, culture, technology, and science and you have a real disaster on your hands.
John DeVore’s “Why Men Fight” is both an excellent insight into the minds of men in general and into DeVore’s own gray matter. In spite of his eloquently wrought prose, DeVore seems to suffer from a sort of cognitive dissonance on the joys and glory of battle. On the one hand, fighting is epic, […]
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