Is the man saying “My body has a child in it?” I think not.
Every life lost aboard MH17 was a huge blow to humanity. Here, we remember one of the great names in the race to prevent and cure AIDS, Dr. Joep Lange.
N.C. Harrison asks outraged critics of Duke University porn star Miriam Weeks to avoid rushing to judgment.
Dr. NerdLove examines the notion that you have to look like Brad Pitt for women to like you.
What is wrong with a guy who wants to use a sex toy? Nothing. And how is projecting some sort of unfair stereotype of him helpful? It’s not.
Is it possible to be an old-fashioned gentleman in a world of gender equality?
Who’s stealing Maxim’s audience? According to the Atlantic, we are.
Noah Berlatsky examines the complicated distinction between prostitution and sex trafficking, and believes that prostitutes’ own experiences are what create the difference.
Tracy Moore at Jezebel thinks their readers should learn to embrace “intrigue” over sexual attraction in their potential lovers.
Joanna Schroeder has known a lot of Nice Guys™ and understands the frustration and fear women feel as a result, but believes the bullying and humiliation happening on Nice Guys of OK Cupid is out of line.
Despite the fact that manhood has become a third rail of modern society, I refuse to stop talking about it.
It was a year of zany attacks from all sides. I’m thinking that might just mean we are onto something.
Lori Lothian explores the evolutionary biology behind why men cheat, and why women forgive them.
Spitters of the world unite… And discuss!
Miriam takes issue with the sexual assault joke in Jezebel’s ‘Sexytime Dilemmas’ column, and asserts that jokes about raping men simply aren’t funny.
(Hey, times are a bit lean over at Ozy Frantz’s Nerd House of Doom (I got semi-cut-off by my parents for being poly, woooo), so if you appreciate NSWATM I would be very much obliged if you’d tip your blogger. Thanks!) TW for Jezebel recommending rape as a seduction technique. Today, in Jezebel is THE…