Julian Assange, editor-in-chief of the brutally transparent whistle-blowing website Wikileaks, has been taking a lot of flack in the blogs recently for some e-mails he sent in 2004. Gawker called them “creepy” and NakedCity NY thinks they’re tragic imitations of the Mystery Method. We beg to differ.
Ejaculation, biologically speaking, has one function: to shoot semen into the female body, in the hopes that one of the sperm survives the hostile reception long enough to penetrate an egg. “Given these basic biological facts, and assuming that ejaculation is not so premature that it occurs prior to intromission and sperm cells find themselves awkwardly outside of a woman’s reproductive tract flopping about like fish out of water,” Bering reflects, “what, exactly, is so “premature” about premature ejaculation?”
The Institute for Public Opinion, one of France’s most reputable market research firms, inadvertently busted a myth recently when it found that more than three-quarters of French couples lead impoverished sex lives. Common excuses from both genders to skip sex? Headaches, exhaustion, and the children.
Amazon’s self-publishing feature is great for writers who haven’t had any luck with publishers or who see no merit in going that route in this increasingly digital world. The problem? The platform is open to anyone, including people like Phillip R. Greaves II who recently self-published The Pedophile’s Guide to Love and Pleasure: a Child-lover’s Code of Conduct.