Esquire today released a preview of its 2012 sex survey, with the tagline “What’s normal now?” And the answers are mostly, well … fairly normal. But a few things jumped out at me as surprising. Let’s take a peek at how American dudes think (and by American dudes I mean Internet-connected men aged 21 to 59, ’cause that’s whom Esquire’s independent research firm surveyed). More
A.J. Jacobs, editor-at-large at Esquire and author of several books, including The Know-It-All and The Year of Living Biblically, gave the folks at Social Workout a few pointers on health-conscious living. This guy should know, given that his upcoming book, The Healthiest Human Being in the World, is all about his year of being as healthy as humanly possible.
You’re busy: We get it. But now that it’s the weekend, it’s time to catch up on your Blisstree reading. Here are ten things we think you should read from the past week, in no particular order:
Esquire sure loves the ladies. Check out newsstands for the May issue, called: Women. (The Issue) to see Blisstree relationship columnist Giulia Melucci (and author of I Loved, I Lost, I Made Spaghetti) featured in “5 Moments: A Group Portrait … More
A Letter to Men, from Christina Hendricks: The Mad Men bombshell tells Esquire why men should order scotch, start saying “panties”, stop wearing tank tops in public, and get creative with compliments.