Some doctors use behavioral therapy to help treat men's premature ejaculation. But a new study reveals this may be ineffective.
Men who sprayed a new drug on the head of their penis right before sex "lasted an average of just over three minutes after three months of treatment, compared with just over 30 seconds before." Baby steps. [CBS News]
Australian men are apparently not happy with this ad for the Advanced Medical Institute, which mocks premature ejaculators. The ad has been banned for being offensive to men, and making light of a legit medical condition. Click through to watch. [AdFreak]
It used to be that this venerable feature was inspired by the news, hangovers, and/or funny pictures. But The Huffington Post's Jason Linkins and I have a new muse — or, to be fair, a couple of million of new muses harmed in the filming of SNL's digital short "Jizz In My Pants" (embedded after the jump). There's just…