Which is the hardest for a new partner to handle?
Why are straight people always picturing gay couples having sex?
And because I wasn’t a virgin – in fact, very far from it – when I met my now partner and the father of my one year old son, I am able to give my partner more of me.
Dr. Andrew Smiler discusses the oddity of a pop song that describes a man refusing a hookup.
Angelus Morningstar explains how men can enjoy being promiscuous without having to resort to pick-up tactics and other behaviors that can demean their sexual partners.
Mark Manson observes the ways in which guys become more confident when they have more sex… but it’s far from a simple solution. In fact, it can become an unhealthy cycle.
Andrew Smiler reviews the numbers and concludes that the idea guys want lots of different partners is fiction.
Andrew Smiler explores why the most promiscuous guys are the least likely to use condoms.
An unfaithful man ends up alone, taking a fearless personal inventory, and vows to change.
Andrew Smiler, with some very unconventional wisdom about young men and sexuality.
Tobias is everything you expect bi men to be, and then some.
Dr. Ley argues that the oft-blamed trope of “sex addiction” isn’t real.
Megan Rosker wonders: Is it possible that deep down we believe a promiscuous person is going to cheat on us?
Does it really matter how many people you’ve slept with? Emily Heist Moss doesn’t think so.
My single favorite fill-in response to the question “does identifying someone as promiscuous disqualify them as a potential sexual partner?” was: Is he holding a guitar?
The results are in: a qualitative analysis of the exclusive GMP survey on promiscuity.