Don’t double-bag it. Just don’t.
Yeah no, women don’t pee from the anus.
Wonder why pineapple makes your mouth feel weird?
You’re literally living in your own world.
Not Safe For Work, obviously.
A recent study found that eating walnuts can improve the quality of men’s sperm. They’re far from the only things that have been put forward — some more convincingly than others — as influences on men’s fertility.
Steve Harvey asks his contestants to “name something you put in your mouth but don’t swallow.” Survey says??? Watch Video ›
For years ladies have been hogging all the birth control options—the pill, ring, patch, sponge, shot, IUD, cervical cap, diaphragm, just to name a few. But a new procedure called RISUG, in advanced clinical trials in India, may put the ball back in the gentlemen’s court. RISUG (Reversible Inhibition of Sperm Under Guidance) works by injecting a polymer gel into the vas deferens, killing the sperm as they go by. It has been proven to be 100% effective for up to 10 years and is easily reversible by flushing the polymer out with another injection. It’s still a few years away from making it to markets outside India, but that should give musicians time to come up with the sequel to Loretta Lynn’s The Pill. View Image ›
This is how you explain procreation to nerds. Condom? It’s a trap! View Image ›
Some say 37.5MB, some say much more. The data throughput on the human penis is like whoa. View List ›
Not my usual kind of post, and I have no comment on the matter. (Except, I wonder how they taste?) View Image ›
I dare you to find a better headline-picture combination. View Image ›
Why are these people dressed all in white and running through the mountains? Because they’re trying to simulate the way sperm races through a woman’s body. So that makes the valley of the mountain… (Via The Daily What.) View Media ›
All the facts you need to know, plus some. That last bit of info is a doozy. View Image ›
Researchers in Japan found out that women live longer than men due to sperm. How did they find this out? By breeding mice with genes from two females and no father to create immortal super mice, of course.
A teenager with a genetic disorder is suing the sperm bank that provided her mother with the sperm that helped conceive her, claiming the original product was faulty. She’s hoping to hold the sperm bank accountable for giving her something called Fragile X Syndrome. It’s both comfortable and gross to think about sperm as a product that can be held liable. Read More ›
Scientists think that the chemicals in semen actually make women happier. They’re not saying go out and have unprotected sex or anything, but they did find that women who said screw the condom were overall happier people. It goes without saying that their men were too. Read More ›
Hunter S. Thompson committed suicide in 2005, but he left behind his sperm. His widow inadvertently spilled the information to a reporter, and she hasn’t decided whether to use the sample. She apparently has another 9 years or so to decide. Read More ›