This weekend, the world's finest athletes were in London to compete in the World Pole Sport Championships. Broadly went backstage to meet the men who are going for gold.
A recent study found that lots of people over 60 are unhappy with life because they're not having enough sex. To get to the bottom of that frustration, we asked a few to impart some of their sexy wisdom.
Where the Normal British Lad goes to shine.
A landmark study from the 90s had identified the consequences of adverse childhood experiences on adult health. But today, it's still not used enough in clinical practice.
We talked to Frank DiMatteo, author of The President Street Boys: Growing up Mafia, to learn what it was like to be a part of the Gallo crime family.
As America's last holdouts of queer female nightlife fall, a new, genderless alternative is taking root.
Even poppers have locally sourced, boutique blends these days. How do they stack up?
Children have been drawing the "Pointy S" since the dawn of time. I used journalism to find out where it came from, sort of.
From the age of 10, girls start to lose confidence. We spoke to young women to find out how we can fix that for future generations.
The Loop, a drugs harm reduction organisation, pioneered a drug testing scheme at the festival that found – among other things – concrete and malaria pills in what was supposed to be ecstasy and ketamine.
I am very confused by this naked TV show. (NSFW, obviously, because there are lots of pictures of naked people.)
Humans are terrible.
"People were always kind of onboard with me being a submissive or masochist—although they were always worried about hitting me too hard and knocking a joint out of place."
The show's third episode shows how completely the system traps people accused of crimes.
Televised nostalgia is the future, and the popular new Netflix show is very, very good at it.
From "hippy crack" to "high grade", the terms you use to describe drugs give away a lot.
The greatest ever TV show returns to our screens. But who of the contestants and presenters was the most nerdy nerd?
In 2016, the world's oldest comeback should seem outdated and sexist – but for some reason it's more visible than ever.
I've just made a TV series about sex, which, combined with a good decade of being a bit of a slag, means I've gathered some wisdom.
Ever got back from a festival and felt like someone was firing little jolts of electricity into your brain stem? They're called "brain zaps" and they're fucking horrible.
I would estimate that I've slept with up to 3,500 men. But sex, whether at random or not, always represents a human connection – and that can always be beautiful.
Did you cry? You did? Loser! Haha. Not really – I'm sorry to hear that.
"I fear I've become the Colonel Kurtz of Nevada brothels," and other fun insights into age-play, limp millennials and romance.
Over Goldschlager, the world's self-dubbed best counterfeiter tells us how he got caught, but is still a free man.