Earlier this month, the site CougarLife.com, which connects older women with younger men, got a bit of a nasty shock from Google. The search engine giant, which was receiving $100,000 a month from CougarLife to manage its advertising and place it on content pages, told CougarLife that its ads, which had been appearing since October, would no longer be accepted. The reason? Cougar sites are not “family safe.”
You know that irrational fear you get every time he goes off to a shoot and you start thinking of all the models he’s going to be cavorting around with? Well, guess what? It might not be so irrational after all. On the Discovery blog: Kenrick et al.Ã¢â‚¬â„¢s experiments demonstrate that men who view photographs…continue reading.
The gene that produces vasopressin, bonding hormone produced in the brain, has long been known as the “fidelity gene.” Biologist Hasse Walum at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden, recently studied 552 different sets of twins to learn more about the gene related to the production of this chemical — to try to get a sense…continue reading.
A contraceptive for men is soon going to start trials at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, just in time for the celebration of 50th anniversary of the female contraceptive pill! Dr. Swerdloff, the director of the Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute at Harbor-UCLA Medical CenterÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Male Contraceptive Clinical Trials Center, said the development of a male contraceptive…continue reading.