Does the sex advice in men's magazines actually help guys become better in the sack? Does it turn them into annoying sexual know-it-alls? Or does reading all this erotic wisdom just increase many men's performance anxiety, leaving them more stressed out than ever about how to please women?
As the folks at The Life Files point out, his pose here is totally "I don't even know how this happened…"
The strange history of tampons — as sex aid, as metaphor, as the source of "tampon tea" — in the popular culture is a story of women's bodies, reality television, otherization, patriarchy, period sex, and, um, Prince Charles.
An observant reader recently directed us to Sexactivator, a deeply disturbing product advertised in the back pages of September's Men's Fitness magazine. According to the ad, "This magical wonder liquid can be taken orally, or put in any drink." Also, "some women say that they love when their man puts a few drops in…