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The founder of an app about sexually transmitted disease said he will not change the name “Hula,” but he now understands why the term “getting lei’d” is culturally insensitive.
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Apparently the biggest danger facing soldiers wasn’t on the battlefield, but rather in the bedroom.
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That shirt would look much better on the floor. Ugh.
Two new studies released today paint a pretty grim picture of the sexual health of the country. Sexually transmitted illnesses (STIs) will unfortunately be a popular gift tonight.
These public health campaigns launched in the ’30s and ’40s feature some beautiful graphic design. Is that weird?
A new study reveals that endorsing social hierarchies make people less likely to ask for what they want in bed — and this could impact what kind of protection they use.
Our boys had five enemies: Hitler, Tojo, Mussolini, Syphilis, and Gonorrhea.
A kinda confusing 1969 public service ad about sexually transmitted disease . No wonder a lot of kids thought that getting an STD would make them successful, attractive and happy (as opposed to itchy, burning, and prone to discharges).
As I’m sure you know, STDs didn’t just disappear after WWII. In fact, the government is still printing out tons of the posters, as well as paying for television and radio PSAs. That being said, those modern creations just don’t have the same enterta…
Did you know that 98% of all women have V.D.? View List ›
If you learn nothing else, just remember that flavored condoms may stop an STD, but they can give you a yeast infection anyway. View Image ›
What is it about this cherry that makes it quite so repulsive? Oh, probably the fact that it looks like someone shined a fluorescent light on someone’s inflamed, diseased private parts. View Image ›
New York’s Upper East Side can officially prepare for a tourist stampede, as the neighborhood will now be trapzed upon by denizens expecting to spot the stomping grounds of Chuck Bass and friends. Unlike the Sex and the City tour, visitors will be pointed less to cupcake shops and more toward STD hotspots. Read More ›
Hey, you’ve gotta keep a cold one somewhere. Let’s hope she doesn’t catch anything other than fish. View Image ›
An online dating site for people with STD’s. As the majority of people are being infected with STD’s, we should just look at the positive side. Having the same STD as another person could be a real bonding point, like sharing a love for fried chicken, or indie music. Read More ›
Is condomless sex the new engagement ring? Nothing says “I Do” like doing it, condomless. Read More ›
InSpot.org uses the e-cards to send messages like “I’m So Sorry” to notify people that they may have been exposed to an STD. Itching? Burning? Spineless? You probably want to bookmark this site now! Read More ›