Should men abandon the term “having balls” when referring to bravery?
Columnist Ned Hickson remembers the snip that was.
They seem to symbolize the strength of a man. Hugo Toovey found out that losing one, actually made him stronger.
Believe it or not, there IS a secret to life. And it involves balls.
Life can make it hard to see a future beyond what you have. Sometimes you just need a squeegee.
Alexander Miller vividly remembers the day he lost his testicle and the lesson it taught him about life.
If we’re going to assign virtues to random body parts, can’t we come up with some more inclusive options?
No time to play with your dog? No problem, just use this clever contraption instead!
This is a comment by wellokaythen on the post “Are Husbands Really Assholes? Or Do Their Wives Just Think They Are?”
Two excerpts from Michael Kaufman and Michael Kimmel’s book The Guy’s Guide to Feminism
This is a comment by Jimmy on the post “Cup Check: Woman Crushes Man’s Testicles Resulting in Death”.
Men may feel they’re taking a boot to the groin, but it could be a great way to kick-start the economy.
Adjusting is a critical action throughout a man’s day. You don’t want your balls to get crushed, you don’t want to sit on your balls, you don’t want anything getting too warm/sweaty/itchy/squishy/bumpy/inappropriately erect.Most of my other body parts don’t care too much if I pay attention to them. They are like having lizards for pets.…
I read ‘The End of Men,’ re-read it, watched the debates, and now watch as it turns into a book. It provoked reflection on what makes me a man, and inevitably, I had to break it down to fundamentals.
Balls belong between your legs, not in a purse. Some guys don’t deserve to carry their own Man Card. We’ve become a society that is comfortable with letting women hang onto men’s balls. Apparently it’s for “safe keeping”, but I don’t buy that shit. Often times these women carry the juevos around in their purses, so…
Why do our signatures all seem to peak sometime during elementary school? Nick Lehr examines some of the best and worst penmanship in the MLB.