Below, comedians, entertainers and other funny people on the web share the funniest things that happened during their first time. We went to his dorm, I got my cherry popped, it was fine, mission accomplished. Leaving his dorm the next morning I realized I had no idea what his name was and had to try to find it using the campus directory for that building.
Ah, the first time—be it good, bad, or somewhere in between, there's only ever one. You probably know a lot of your besties' first time stories, but ever wonder how the other half fares? We asked guys to share their first-time experiences—and you might be surprised by a few of them.
Keith McDorman walks into the back room of an Austin, Texas coffee shop. With his dirty-blond hair, light eyes, week-old beard, and striped button-down shirt, he looks like a younger, shorter, bohemian version of Bradley Cooper. He tosses his scooter helmet onto the wooden table, sits across from me at a booth that barely fits us both, and talks before I ask a question.
Virginity is the state of a person who has never engaged in sexual intercourse. Like chastitythe concept of virginity has traditionally involved sexual abstinence. The concept of virginity usually involves moral or religious issues and can have consequences in terms of social status and in interpersonal relationships.
Illustrations by Polly Williams. The door was barricaded, and I was drunk. After some promising foreplay and a few singular thrusts, it was clear that would be the sum of it.
Scene looked like a time lapse of a wilting plant. She was kind and patient, though. A few minutes later and some more heavy petting I was ready to disappoint her properly.
In many respects, Colton Underwood is the ideal Bachelor. Watching this season of The Bachelor is an illuminating case study in how society associates manliness with heteronormative sex. He also snatched the opportunity to mock Underwood, implying he had yet to get laid because he was actually gay.
Welcome back to Guysourcing, where a panel of helpful gentlemen answer your questions. I was a good Christian kid. So as my middle-school friends grew into metalheads and acid freaks, I was still wearing matching sweatsuits and listening to Billy Joel.
On Monday, I talked a little about the toxic culture surrounding masculinity and how it hurts men. Today, I want to start the conversation to help dismantle it. And one of the best places to start is to talk about sex. And so the cycle continues, leaving them feeling ashamed, lost, even bitter and resentful.