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Q&A: Charlotte Gainsbourg Is Fine with Using a Porn Actor Double for Her Nymphomaniac Sex Scenes as Long as the Audience Knows It's All Pretend

Is there a more fearless working actor than Charlotte Gainsbourg? The Anglo-French beauty, who speaks like an angel, has plumbed some terrifyingly shocking depths—exhibiting psychosexual-violence in Antichrist (for which she won best actress at Cannes Film Festival), facing apocalypse in the epic Melancholia, and, most recently, exploring carnal extremes in Nymphomaniac, her cinematic reunion with Danish writer-director Lars von Trier. see more
Sex + Relationships

8 Cliché-Busting Valentine's Day Ideas

People get passionate on Valentine's Day—long before the evening winds down and, if all goes well, the clothes come off. Some love the day, reveling in and dispensing as much heart-shaped, gooey sentiment as they can fit into 24 hours. Others view it as an unnecessarily pressure-ridden faux-holiday and would rather hide under the covers until the clock strikes midnight and it's officially February 15th. If you're like us, you buy into the idea that it might be nice to do something special with your significant other, but you'd rather not go through the motions and trot out the see more

The Truth About Testosterone—and How to Get More Naturally

For the last few years, testosterone ("T") has been one of the biggest swinging dicks of the prescription drug business. According to IMS Health, a leading healthcare and pharmaceutical analysis firm, sales of testosterone-related drugs hit $1.9 billion in 2011—a 90 percent increase in sales over the previous five years. And IMS doesn't see any future sagging in the market either: Experts predict testosterone sales will top $5 billion by 2017. see more
Sex + Relationships

Health Myth: Do Single People Have Better Sex Than Married Couples?

There's no disputing that some things get better with age—single-malt scotch, stinky cheese, and denim jeans all come to mind. But sex? According to a recent poll, 90 percent of people think sex also belongs on that list. Before you close your browser, hear us out. There's a reason to have sex with the same partner over and over again—and it's not love. see more

Health Myth: Can You Really Increase the Size of Your Manhood?

"I want a small penis," said no man ever. It turns out about 50 percent of men admit that they'd trade up for bigger equipment, according to research published in BJU International. If you ask us, the rest are lying. There has to be someone who's actually clicking on all those spam emails. More important, will any "grow it bigger" system actually give you the kind of length or girth that even Ron Jeremy can appreciate? Or are these all just snake-oil cures? To find out, we asked Darius A. Paduch, M.D., Ph.D., Director of Sexual Health & Medicine see more

Health Myth: Do Men Really Hit Their Sexual Peak at 18?

Chances are you've heard that men hit their peak at 18. But is it really true that men are at the height of their sexual prowess when they're too young to know what to do with it? It depends on your definition of peak. Around age 18, a guy's organs (read: his testicles) are producing the most sex-revving testosterone they ever will, according to Ava Cadell, Ph.D., a Los Angeles sexologist and founder of Research shows that barely legal men have the fastest and firmest erections and are the best equipped for encore performances. see more
Sex + Relationships

Working Out the Kinks: How an Update to the Psychiatric Bible Is Redefining Sexuality and Morality

This May, the American Psychiatric Association (APA) will publish its first update since 2000; it is the DSM-5—the fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. It may not seem like a big deal to the layperson, but the new edit will forever change the definition of kinky sex and is likely to trigger a wave of political, legal, and pharmaceutical debates. see more
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Top Details Stories of 2012

Every December we reveal the most popular stories that ran on our website (see also our top stories of 2011). see more

The Next Generation of Dating Apps

The latest crop of dating apps leaves the likes of Grindr in the dust. Here are seven new apps that take the random out of romance. see more

Missing Links: Accidental Chinese Hipsters, Bisexuals Exist, and a Nirvana Reunion

We scour the web to find you the best intel you might have missed this week. F*ck Yeah Menswear Got A Book Deal, And You Didn't (Stylite) The Job Jobs Did (The Moment) Female Action Stars Have Gotten Too Skinny to Throw a Believable Punch (Vulture) 16 Years Later, Defending David Letterman's Notorious Oscar Hosting Performance (The Awl) Accidental Chinese Hipsters (Lost at E Minor) Jon Stewart to host "Town Hall with Nirvana" with Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic, and Butch Vig (Consequence of Sound) 33 Awesome Hotel Rooms (Neatorama) Lenny Bruce on Playboy's Penthouse, 1959 (Boing Boing) No Surprise for see more
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