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Finding the elusive G-spot

The G-spot is a nodule of nerve-rich tissue that feels a bit like a soft walnut. You’ll know when you find it because your partner will draw your attention.

What it's like in a South African prison

What does a normal day look like in one of South Africa’s prisons? What’s on the menu? What sort of exercise possibilities are there? What are the chances of getting a single cell? And what will it be like for Oscar Pistorius?

Are you a slave to your teen?

It's a grim thought: your teen might be taking you for a massive ride. Here's how to recognise it, and put a stop to it.

Anger management for guys

If someone cuts in front of you on the road, do you lose it completely? If you suffer from frequent, uncontrollable outbursts of aggression, frustration and anger, this might just help you.

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Things women wish you knew

Don't be the guy that couldn't do it right. Here’s something to send an untimely chill down your spine - your partner is hoping you’ll read this article.

Are these men's worst habits ever?

Leaving beard shavings in the basin, farting and finding it funny, clearing the throat, fidgeting in private places and clipping toenails in the lounge are some of men's worst habits. Which one irks you most?

In-laws driving you insane?

In-laws can be angels – sweet and nice and helpful and supportive. And then there’s the vast majority. Here is a short guide on dealing with Bonnie and Clyde. Unarmed.

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