According to a survey by Jockey International, most guys, over 46% of them, dread the wedgie as their most uncomfortable underwear situation. Apparently, their high school torments still seem to be fresh in the minds of most adults whose torments didn’t end with their schoolyard bullies or on the playground.

atomic wedgieThough not the Atomic wedgie variety administered by drunken members of the JV football team, this self-inflicted wedgie beat out Elastic Stretching Out Too Much (40%) and Scratchy Tags/Tags That Stick Out (36%), to be the number one problem guys battle with their underwear, according to the survey results (Actually wearing “tightie whities” was apparently not considered a “problem” in this survey.)

And when one of these situations occurs, what did guys say was the most embarrassing place to have to “make an adjustment”? According to the survey, most guys (45%) dread doing a little shifting during a job interview. (“We’d love to have you on our team, Bob, but it appears you have a bad case of panty crickets.”) This was followed by Romantic Dinner in a distant second with 21%, (I guess pulling a wedgie out of your crack over some prime rib and Chianti doesn’t bother most guys), and Business Meeting with 18%. At the bottom of the list was Meeting Her Parents for the First Time with only 11% caring if they did a little clean-and-jerk in front of her mom and dad. (Well, if it didn’t bother her over dinner…)

Think about this “Ten years, ten years in prison for receiving Oral Sex. That was Genarlow Wilson’s sentence. A Georgia law designed to go after child sex predators has sparked a flood of support for a former honor student serving 10 years in jail.

Picture of Genarlow WilsonWhen Wilson was a high school senior, he was 17 years old and he received consensual oral sex from a 15 year old, 10th grade girl. Everyone agreed, including the prosecutor and the girl herself, that she initiated the act.

It was all captured on video — the evidence used to convict him at trial. On the tape, police saw a 15-year-old perform oral sex on one partygoer, and after finishing with him, she turned and did the same to Wilson. Under Georgia law at the time, this was considered aggravated child molestation, a felony for teens less than three years apart to have oral sex. It carried with it a 10-year sentence, even though it was only a misdemeanor for those same teens to have sexual intercourse.

The D.A. offered Wilson — a football standout who was being recruited by some of nation’s top colleges, including Columbia and Brown — a plea deal: five years in prison and register as a sex offender. He turned it down.

The other students at the party took that deal and some of them are out of prison by now. Because Wilson thought he would be acquitted and did not want to be branded a child molester, he went to trial. The prosecutor blames Wilson for his sentence because none of the other defendants insisted on a trial; all the others “took their medicine.”

Wilson knew the risks, rolled the dice by going to trial and lost. This happened 2 years ago.
After Wilson’s conviction and sentence, the legislature changed the statute realizing it was unfair. It now makes consensual oral sex between teens a misdemeanor. Too little, too late for Wilson, as the law does not apply retroactively. The legislature could change the law again, and there is presently a bipartisan bill that has been introduced to do just that.

Gathering any data, forget reliable data on the topic of sex can become very tricky. For this reason, the world’s # 1 condom manufacturer Durex surveyed more than 300,000 people in 41 countries, asking them about their sexual habits and topics included Extra marital affairs.

According to the survey size, the Turks are likely to be least faithful whereas Israelis are least likely to cheat on their partners. Apprantly, on an average, one in five people have had affairs.

While this survey reveals cheating habits, could this survey also reveal the various levels of honesty in different countries?

Masturbate a thonAnd to think, all this time you could have been helping charity…

The Seventh Annual Masturbate-a-Thon Comes to San Francisco

The Center for Sex and Culture, the only publicly available, non-profit sex education center in the United States, is proud to announce the Seventh Annual Masturbate-a-Thon, Saturday, May 26th in San Francisco, in honor of National Masturbation Month. Founded in 2000, the star-studded Masturbate-a-Thon is like a walk-a-thon but a lot more fun [and a lot more exhausting]. Through individual sponsorships, participants generate revenue in this live group event for every minute they masturbate or for each orgasm claimed…

Since its first year, Masturbate-a-Thons have raised over $25,000.00 from over 1,700 pledged participants from six different countries. Trophies were awarded to stand-out [stand-up?] participants and in 2006 participants for Longest Time Spent Masturbating (Male: 8.5 hours and Female: 6.5 hours), and Most Orgasms (Male: 6 and Female: 49). For 2007, a new record category has been established: Greatest Ejaculation Distance…

Separate areas of the Masturbate-a-Thon site spaces will be set aside for both mixed and single-gender groups… This year the event will feature a news commentary desk [so that’s where Dan Rather ended up], commercials by and for masturbators [I’m betting Nair for Palms is a top-tier sponsor], an opera singer [it ain’t over ’til she sings], and themed masturbation stages and sets for men and women. [Rub one out during the Renaissance!] In addition to the music, there will also be a video area where spectators can catch the action [I really hope that was just a bad, unintentional pun] as it unfolds on the live video stream.

Pledge sheets and detailed co-sponsorship and fund remittance instructions are available at

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