<p>Grant Stoddard's writing has appeared in <i>Men's Health</i>, <i>Men's Journal</i>, <i>New York Magazine</i>, <i>Glamour</i>, the <i>New York Times</i>, Vice, <i>Playboy</i>, and <i>BBC Magazin</i>e among others. He's the author of a memoir entitled <i>Working Stiff: The Misadventures of an Accidental Sexpert</i>, and co-author of sex guide <i>Great in Bed</i> with Dr. Debby Herbenick of the Kinsey Institute.</p>
Sheer vanity prompted me to let a periodontist slice and dice my gums.
I didn't die, but I won't be trying the rest.
I know because I tried it.
Allow me to explain.
"I’d expelled about a half-cup of rusty water before my sphincter snapped shut, and I could hobble to the bathroom to finish what I‘d sharted."
They could up your gains, for one.
Here's how a substantial phase of sobriety could affect your immune system, sleep, and even your skin.
Permanent birth control is way more complicated for women, so why are they still doing most of the work?
If you’re looking to hear the pitter-patter of tiny feet in the not-too-distant, you may want to consider getting some more of the following into your diet.