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  

Missing Links: Stylish Superheroes, Glow in the Dark Jeans, and Louis Vuitton Honey

We scour the web to find you the best intel you might have missed this week. Naked & Famous Glow in the Dark Selvedge Denim (Hypebeast) Patrick Bateman's New York: What Happened To The World of American Psycho (Scouting New York) Watch Vulture's Guide to a Male-Makeover Scene (Vulture) The 15 Most Stylish Comic Book Heroes (Swipelife) New Cosmo App for Dudes Has A Sex Map (Refinery 29) Which Stroke Designed Gosling's Crazy, Stupid, Love Suits? (Elle) Ferrari Factory Assembly Line Tour (Selectism) Cute, Psycho-Short Warns of the Dangers of Creativity (Animal) Brad Goreski Is Writing a Book Doling Out see more  

Missing Links: Kanye's Runway Debut, Boyz N The Hood, and Nazi Sex Dolls

We scour the web to find you the best intel you might have missed this week. A Photo Tour Of NYC's Underground S&M Sex Scene (Refinery29) Grazia Exclusive: Kanye West's NY Fashion Week Debut! (Grazia UK) Doughnut Perfume Will Give A Guy A Boner (Jezebel) The Nazi Sex Doll Initiative (Mental Floss) Men Who Love My Little Pony: Is That a Thing? (Slate) Boyz N The Hood at 20: Where Are They Now? (Flavorwire) The Bacon Uprising: How China's Top-Secret Strategic Pork Reserve Is Burning Down The Amazon (Fast Company) Also on Tour Photo Diary: On the Road with see more  
Food + Drinks

Best of The Week: Stone Shot Glasses, Lenny Kravitz, and The Sex Diet

The 5 Influential Record Stores That Changed Music Forever—How a few old-school music shops helped birth your favorite genres. The Secret to a Harder Erection Is in Your Fridge—Foods that do the work of the little blue pill. The New Rules of Abs—Master these seven static floor exercises. The Best Shot Glasses Not Made of Glass—We'll take our next shot of whiskey on the rocks, but hold the ice. Confused? Five Libido Killers—Foods that kill the mood, and the desire, for sex. From the DETAILS Editors: All The Small Things—A miniature collection of miniature must-have accessories. Q&A: Lenny Kravitz—Some see more  
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Missing Links: Momofuku Magazine, Taking Back America, and Iranian Orgies

We scour the web to find you the best intel you might have missed this week. Wish You Were Here "'80s Football Casuals" Exhibition (Slamxhype) The Best May-December Romances on Film (Flavorwire) Five by Bike: Cycling from Portland to Patagonia (Atlas Obscura) "Lens Flare: The Movie" Is the Perfect J.J. Abrams Parody (Huffington Post) Good Reads: Dave Chang's Magazine Lucky Peach Debuts Today (Eater) Street Beggar Seeks Funding for His iPhone Startup (Gawker) "Take Back America": Two Decades in the Life of a Political Cliche (Atlantic Monthly) Sex in Tehran: My First Iranian Orgy (Viceland) Stereogum's Top 20 Albums see more  

Missing Links: McDonalds Pairings, Male Birth Control, and What We Can Learn from Weiner

McDonald's Wine Pairings (Snooth) The Man's Guide to the Anthony Weiner Fail (Street Boners) James Franco's New Venture With Drag Queen Kalup Linzy (BlackBook) 10 Remakes That Were Better Than the Original (Flavorwire) Hot Looks: Grooming for Men (Vanity Fair) The Essential Checklist: Summer Date Style (Valet) The Kempt Guide to Wristwear (Kempt) The Male Birth Control Nobody's Talking About (Jezebel)Also on A Lurid Look at New York City Nightlife: Jeremy Kost's "It's Always Darkest Before the Dawn" Nerd Boyfriend: Steal The Beastie Boys' Ill Personal Style The World's Best: Three Restaurants That Take Seafood To The Next see more  

Missing Links: Oprah and Ralph at the Ranch, Ties for Cops, and Some Very Fatty Tuna

We scout the web to find you the best intel you might have missed this week. Ruth Reichl-Led GILT Taste Launches [Huffington Post] Watch Oprah's Tour of Ralph Lauren's Double RL Ranch [The Cut]The Science of Making Out [Gizmodo]Pagani Huayra Supercar [Highsnobiety]Watch a Short Scene From Sean Penn's Nazi-Hunting Rock Star Movie [Vulture]Lovell's Lager — Imaginative Packaging [The Coolhunter]Daily Diversion: Ties4Cops Serves Justice With Style [Refinery29]Are Your Sushi Choices Secretly Making You Fat? [Stylecaster]Also on The Best Casual Dopp Kit: Matt Singer's Toiletries Bag and Grooming Guide Nerd Boyfriend: How To Dress Like Jean-Michel Basquiat Swagger 360: Behind the see more  

After the Royal Wedding, Pippa Middleton and Alex Loudon Are England's Hottest Young Couple

The royal wedding April 29 was a time for many historic public debuts — the first appearance of Will and Kate as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the surfacing of Princess Beatrice's ridiculous, meme-tastic hat, and the moment when the world truly met the adorable sister of the bride, the lovely Pippa Middleton and her now-famous backside. But that's not all. Now that Pippa is the subject of the British press's withering eye, we now know who's squiring this most attractive of the new royal in-laws — London financial trader and former English cricketer Alex Loudon, who is, as see more  

Great(er) Expectations

There are more reasons than ever for men to carefully weigh the decision to become a father—beginning with increased social pressure. According to Donald N. S. Unger, the author of Men Can: The Changing Image and Reality of Fatherhood in America, pop culture used to offer two daddy types: "cold, distant, and efficient" (see Don Draper, circa Mad Men Season 1) and "warm, involved, and incompetent" (Season 4). Now both are culturally verboten. "Men's distance from parenting," Unger says, "has radically changed since the time of 'I wish I could help, honey, but I keep putting the red socks see more  
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