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The Playboy Interview: Stan Lee on Superheroes, Marvel and Being Just Another Pretty Face

At 91 Stan Lee is what you might call a superhero emeritus. His epic adventures are mostly behind him and his powers are on the wane. (He can't hear or see so well, and a pacemaker regulates his heart.) But the comic-book writer who dreamed up Spider-Man, the X-Men, the Hulk, Iron Man and the Fantastic Four still…

The Man Who Had to Choose Between His Judicial Career and Comedy Dream

So here's Vince Sicari, just north of Times Square, telling jokes at four in the afternoon. It's one of those hospital-gray days when New York City spits in your face. At the famous comedy club Carolines on Broadway, down a flight of stairs, behind thick black curtains, Vince is hosting the happy-hour set. The room…

UPDATE: Digital Isolation—Not Porn Addiction—Is Why Millennial Men Can't Date

Even Miley Cyrus blames it on porn. "[Miley's] reluctance to trust has made dating fraught since she and the 24-year-old Australian actor Liam Hemsworth ended their one-year engagement last September," Ronan Farrow wrote in the February issue of W magazine. "'Guys watch too much porn,' she confides, absently prodding…

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Aphrodisiac-Infused Cocktails, the Perfect Drinks for Valentine’s Day

On Valentine's Day, the shopworn option for a romantic drink is grabbing a bottle of red wine and calling it good. Honestly, that's kind of boring. We set out to find a more exciting option for February 14, and came across a bartender cleverly infusing cocktails with aphrodisiacs. Lucky for us, he was willing to share…

Cuckolded: Why Do So Many Men Fantasize About Their Wives Cheating on Them?

A muscular, middle-aged guy comes home with one of his friends. Together, they approach his hot wife, who happens to be lying on the couch and wearing the shortest dress she owns. She forgot to wear underwear. Again. The husband makes a proposition: Turns out, he's always fantasized about watching her have sex with…

Drake's Sensitivity Isn't Sincere, It's a Cynical Ploy. But It's Working

Contrary to revisionist history, rap music has had a soft side since its inception. Even back in the 1990s, during the genre's grittiest era, rappers still churned out ballads that would make Babyface proud—such as Method Man's "You're All I need" with Mary J. Blige or Raekwon jumping on Jodeci's "Freek'N You." LL…