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"Greta Thunberg, best sniper on the net," one person responded on Twitter to the teen climate activist's post.
More broadly, the main takeaway, as a first-pass attempt at understanding this stuff, is that men mostly feel pretty happy
"Size is not everything, like some, well, men or women like to think."
A scene from "The Documentary" showcases the Icelandic Phallological Museum in Reykjavik.
The conduct of the Republican primaries makes Lord of the Flies look like a well-ordered society.
"I felt like James Bond (in a weird but sexy way)."
Today, it seems that nothing is secret; nothing is private. We are a world obsessed with "reality." My four-year old didn't need me to tell her that a baby came from her vagina. She was educated by the "real" world.
Many men are comfortable and secure about their penis size. But even the most secure male can use re-assurance. If you suspect your partner is insecure about his penis, there are some things you can say that will help reassure him that the size of his penis is pleasing to you.
Here are 10 reasons it's great to be a man. First, there's the penis. We love him, dearly. We can't imagine like without him -- ever. He is usually the first thing we think about when we wake up, and often the last thing we think about before we fall asleep at night.
While research continues, man's insecurity persists as well. Curnoe suggests a visit to the zoo to cure that. If you're still
Judging by the Google Map data on FlightRadar24, the southernmost phallus is about 20 miles long. News 96.5 notes the northernmost
Directed by Fender and produced by Chiemi Karasawa ("Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me"), the resulting documentary is billed as "a
As a woman who's been in the spa business as a therapist and a manager for over five years, I've basically seen everything -- the good, the bad, the downright awkward. Not to mention, like all massage therapists, I put up with a seemingly endless stream of "happy ending" jokes all. the. time.
"It would seem a penis in proportion may be most desirable," Mitchell Moffitt, co-creator of the ASAPScience series, says
Waking up with your dick locked in a plastic cage is the hardest part. It always takes a minute to remember why there is a crazy contraption squeezing the hell out of it.