It is Sunday. I have been in Prague for two weeks with work. I am horny. I am an arse man.I make no apologies about that. I like them bubble, I like them muscular, I like them pert, I like them visible. When I see guys I like on the street, bus, train, clubs, bars, wherever, I checkout their backsides. I check out the local guys here and though majority of them have porn star looks, their arses were flat, sometimes concave shaped. My chances of getting laid seem low.
Previous attempts at hooking up using Grindr and Scruff have been futile. About 80% of the profiles on there are twinks. I am beginning to think this is where twinks are manufactured and sent out to the rest of Europe – a bit like the Skoda. Twinks are not for me. I prefer muscular/athletic body types. I mention this…
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Dating apps have revolutionized how gay men hook up. Gone are the days of dark, smokey bars and online chat rooms making small talk with strangers. These days, all it takes is the swipe of a finger to locate your next bedroom conquest, zero feet away (and up!).
But despite the simplicity of modern hooking up, dating apps actually create confusion, particularly when it comes to labeling a relationship. Because what do you call the guy who you’ve been having sex with every weekend for the past month and a half? Is he still just a fuck buddy? Friend With Benefits? BF?
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32,000 men participated in the study over the course of 18 years, making it the largest research to date on male ejaculation (or at least the largest scientific study). Participants shared their monthly ejaculation practices between the ages of 20 and 29, and 40 and 49.
Of the 32,000 participants, 3,839 eventually developed prostate cancer. Interestingly, men who reported orgasming more than 21 times a month showed a 22% lower risk of developing problems.
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There’s so many life lessons that I can write about but because relationships have always been the core of my blog entries, I’ll write about it.
The question is what is after a broken relationship? After you’ve come up up for air? After the pain has disappeared, what’s next?
Life begins yet again.
In actuality, life did not stop. It moves forward but your life seems to be on hold ever since you’re trying to get over the broken relationship. I’m not talking about the day after you’ve realised that you need to start living again. I’m talking about the 3-6 months after that. What are you supposed to do with your life? Sure, you’re living. You’re going out to meet new people, spending more time with friends and just getting on with life. Yes, you’re happy but you still have this ‘baggage’ which you realised that you need to…
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As per previous years, Sundown Festival will be held at Marina Promenade (F1 Pit Building). The iconic festival, dubbed Asia’s biggest music festival, is set to take place on the 22nd November 2014.
Without further ado, here are the much-anticipated additions for Sundown Festival 2014.
1. WEAVER (ウィーバー)
Sensational piano rock band from Japan, WEAVER, will be back in Singapore for the second time since their performance in 2012 to rock the stage for Japan!
2. Shila Amzah
Representing Malaysia will be break-through artiste Shila Amzah – who sky-rocketed to fame when she competed in China’s popular reality singing contest “I Am Singer”. Check out her jaw-dropping performance at “I Am Singer” below:
3. Olivia Ong
Ever wondered who’s the voice behind the theme song of Mediacorp’s mega-hit TV series “The Little Nyonya”? Oliver, the songstress behind hit-single Ru Yan (如燕) will be performing alongside local talents Shigga Shay and…
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