I have been a naturist for years. Recently I have been circumcised and I am concerned about the effect of the sun on my now exposed glans. As I understand it the exterior of the glans is mucous membrane rather than normal skin so will sun protection cream be enough - or should I cover my glans with something else?15 AnswersMen's Health8 years ago
Coming to the end of June and it's looking like my garden is going to lack colour in the last half of July and August. Which perennials can I plant next year to provide a little colour in the last second half of summer?3 AnswersGarden & Landscape9 years ago
They say they have confirmed Bin Laden's identity by DNA tests. But what sample are they testing it against? Where have they previously taken his DNA?5 AnswersMedia & Journalism9 years ago
So why didn't the coalition government tell us what they were going to do before the election? All political parties knew full well the state of the economy - the information was available to all so sorry I just don't accept they didn't know had bad it was.14 AnswersPolitics10 years ago
Thinking about getting my entire body waxed. Chest, back, legs, buttocks, penis, scrotum, anus, etc. Not sure about armpits though. Where would I go to get this done in the UK? And how much would it cost and now long would it take?3 AnswersOther - Beauty & Style10 years ago
I'm considering keeping my foreskin pulled back all the time. I've experimented and it stays back by itself. I can see no reason to be circumcised - why not have the best of both worlds?13 AnswersMen's Health10 years ago
OK so 2 days ago I made one of the biggest mistakes of my life. Ahead of a beach holiday in a few weeks I decided to trim all my body hair so that I'd look like a pornstar on the sand. I used a beard trimmer and trimmed ALL my body hair to about 1/4 of an inch. The day I did it was fine but yesterday my chest (but nowhere else) was itching horribly. Today is a little better. I suspect what was happening was that the trimming sharpened the ends of all my chest hair which are rubbing against my skin.
I've learned my lesson and I doubt I'll do it again but just in case I a foolish enough is there anyway I can trim and avoid the painful itching?6 AnswersMen's Health10 years ago