Many mammals, like the gorilla and the chimpanzee, have a bone in their penis which functions to keep the penis hard enough for penetration and injection of DNA. Find out how to create bone-like rigidness in your penis so you too can penetrate and procreate.
Men in their 20’s get hard when the wind changes direction, while men in their 90’s... well, as George Burns famously said, it’s a bit like trying to shoot pool with a rope. Read this post to find out what you can expect from your penis as you age.
The penis’ ability to do its job is impacted by many health factors and - without care - becomes less effective with each passing decade. Find out how to maintain a healthy functioning penis throughout your entire life.
What is the PSA test? It is currently the best tool available for detecting prostate cancer. Find out who is the best candidate for PSA screening and everything else you need to know about prostate PSA testing.
Genetics play a role in the size of your penis, but they don’t play a roll in the strength of it. The pelvic muscles that support the penis? Now that’s something you can control! Find out how by reading this post.
Did you know that your pelvic floor muscles affect the quality of the sex you have? These muscles support the erect penis and clitoris and directly influence ejaculation and orgasm. Read this post to find out why it’s high time to workout your pelvic floor!
Having your prostate removed is a highly effective means of curing prostate cancer. Unfortunately, because of the prostate’s location - its removal can cause some unwanted sexual side effects. This post explores these side effects and how you can best manage them.
Vibrators are no longer just for women. Their popularity of use by men is catching up to that of females. Even physicians recommend their use as a way to manage and combat many forms of sexual dysfunction. Find out what the “buzz” is all about!