A female essayist makes a compelling case for bristles in bed.
Take it from a man who knows—and quit trying to hide it!
An ardent feminist sees actual substance—but also room for improvement.
Notes from a high-octane fever dream.
A photographer who has seen plenty is so over the haters.
Literally fighting his way to the top.
We honor the surprising run of this 007, who died today at 89.
Dressing like a 1950s dad meets construction worker costs big bucks.
Abstaining from self-pleasuring has become a movement. Our writer (temporarily) joins.
It's time to put the party shirt to rest.
If your hairline is starting to recede, read this.
Words and images from one epic two-wheeled adventure.
Because really, it’s everywhere we look.
As the cycle accelerates, Michael Weinreb delves into one insane feedback loop.
Blowing off a commitment is sometimes the best decision you can make. Here’s why.
Properly carved, it’s a symbol of doing things right—the way my father did.
As Tony Stewart rides off into the sunset, we reflect on one of the most successful/controversial careers in racing history.
How gazing into space can help you right here.
A father, a daughter and the most exclusive language in the world.
With the 600th episode of The Simpsons, we remember some epic takeaways from the 2014 FXX marathon.
A smart(ish), staunch supporter of The Donald shares four reasons.
A year abroad gives one expatriate a new appreciation for his home country.
We get just one vote. MIKE SAGER explains why you shouldn’t throw yours away.
He died 13 years ago this week. One writer mimics his lifestyle.
A married man’s plea for masturbatory acceptance.
In which our writer attempts to make an Ernest living.
We travel, we post photos. And some believe that’s classist.
To the extreme Christian right: a little less praying and a lot more doing.
A writer who sparred with The Greatest remembers an even better human being.
The dangerous implications of Dan Turner’s defense of his sex offender son.
Long after he retired, the champ could still catch you off guard.
It’s actually not that bad. (No, really.)
How a day of background work on the season finale changed one man—or at least his wardrobe—forever.
How Tom Roach bred a Derby winner—and helped a writer find his voice.
Behind that velvet rope lies a world of wonder and... ego stroking.
The legendary Oliver Peck flashes up our man’s forearm.
Exploring the highs and lows of acknowledging one’s darkest thoughts—and giving in to them.
The comic had a unique genius for capturing the emptiness and satisfaction of day-to-day life.
If you don’t set him straight over a beer, who will?
How one crane kick simultaneously signaled an apex and presaged a hard fall to the mat.
An encounter with—and tribute to—musical greatness.
Exploring the many twists and turns of fancy facial hair ownership.
Unless you’re Billy Joel, of course.
When the rubber meets the road, it’s equal parts terrifying and terrific.