The More Straight People Drink, the More They're Into Gay Sex
Beer goggles apparently make us interested in just about everyone.
Why ‘Beer Goggles’ Work Better for Women Than Men
New research presented at the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology confirms that alcohol removes sexual inhibitions, but also shows that it could have more of an effect on women.
Scientists Claim ‘Beer Goggles’ Aren't Actually a Thing
Science has delivered unto us a most harsh truth. Beer goggles—the notion that people of the opposite sex seem more attractive the more one drinks—might not actually exist. Seriously
Having a Few Drinks Makes You More Attractive to Others
According to a recent study by the University of Houston, it would appear that at least one instance of alcohol-induced hubris is accurate.
Australia's Drunken Teens Have Nothing On Their Parents
If you believe recent headlines, Australian youth are booze-fuelled little turds prone to acts of violence. The reality is that Australians are consuming less alcohol per capita today than in the beer-swilling 70s and 80s.