Cheating men have revealed the real reasons why they become unfaithful to their partners. Many women think that their partners stray because they are bored with their stale relationship, but that may not be the case for most cheaters.

A recent survey by Superdrug’s Online Doctor revealed that the most common reason why European and American men are cheating is simply because they can’t resist the temptation of the other person. A large majority of the respondents, comprised of over 2,000 European and American adulterers, claimed that the main reason for their extra-marital affairs is: the other person was just really hot. The assumption that men are just bored that’s why they cheat is not even on the top 3 main reasons for infidelity. Continue reading →


Looking for ways to spice things up in the bedroom? You may want to consider the latest trend in boosting sex drive which involves freezing your man parts to as low as minus 160 degrees! The procedure is called “Love Mist”, a form of cryotherapy offered by a spa in Manchester, UK.

The bizarre treatment entails spraying a chilly negative 160 degree Celcius mist of liquid nitrogen onto your genital area. The 30-minute treatment is performed by a trained therapist and is available to both men and women. Continue reading →


Maintaining personal hygiene is necessary for many reasons: personal, social, health, psychological or simply as a way of life. However, even men with impeccable hygiene habits can have a not-so-fresh scent down there by the end of the day. The culprit is bacteria which, when exposed to men’s acidic sweat, can produce an unpleasant odor that can be a source of embarrassment and cause adverse effects on a guy’s self-esteem.

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An increasing number of men are dying their hair for different reasons. For the younger ones, it
is usually to look cool or keep up with the trend. For the more mature, it’s mostly to hide the
grays and somehow defy aging. A teenager bleaching his dark hair blonde is a form of self-
expression. On the other hand, a fifty-year-old man with deep facial wrinkles and jet-black hair
spells desperation.

Graying is part of aging. Melanin, a pigment polymer that gives hair its natural color, is
delivered via specialized cells called melanocytes. These cells are located at follicles and inject
color as the shaft grows. As you age, these melanocytes slow down or stop their pigment production,
leading to gray, colorless hair. According to a study, a man’s chances of going gray increase about
10-20% every decade after the age of 30. Unfortunately, a cure for the condition, outside of dyeing
and application of coloring products, is yet to be discovered. Continue reading →