It looks like we're not the only ones who found the humor in a premature-ejaculation spray being named Tempe.Late-night TV host Jimmy Kimmel, an Arizona State University dropout, had a bit on the spray on his show last night.
In the future, you may have to clarify what you're talking about when you say "Tempe."Are you talking about the Arizona city that's home to Arizona State University, or are you talking about the penis-spray that was developed to combat premature ejaculation?
After spending a year studying 156 penises in Uganda, researchers say male circumcision reduces bacteria on the penis, and perhaps is the reason why circumcision can protect men from contracting HIV.Scientists have been studying the relationship between circumcision and rates of HIV for more than tw ... More >>
Private eyes, privater stache -- John OatesYou could say that during the month of October, there are some questionable, but well-intended benefits that sexualize breasts for the sake of raising money for breast cancer research.Well, two can play at that game, ladies. Move over, October. Think you ... More >>
jezebel.com Men's health in our state is among the worst in the country, the CDC says. The national Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued "The Good, The Bad and The Ugly" for Men's Health Week (going on now), and in Arizona, bad and ugly outweigh good. T ... More >>
The Big Dance finally started an hour or so ago, with Florida and BYU going at it in Oklahoma City. We're here at work, occasionally (really) checking the scores on the Internet, just like millions of other March Madness junkies. We already are rethinking our Final Four picks of Ka ... More >>
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