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Testicles

  1. balls
    Rude Male Sperm Giving Zika to WomenMale privilege extends to testicles, it seems.
  2. testes
    Bradley Cooper’s Balls: Foregrounded on a National Magazine CoverEyes down here, readers. 
  3. interior decorating
    Here, Have a Seat on This Fleshy Skin Chair Very comfortable. Not at all creepy. 
  4. it's science
    Men With Big Testicles Are Worse DadsScience says so. 
  5. confessions
    My Failed Attempt at Getting My Balls ‘Ironed’Debunking the procedure that George Clooney was joking about.
  6. genitals
    ‘Ball Ironing,’ a Cosmetic Procedure for MenClooney joke inspires $575 laser procedure.
  7. The NBA Must Not Tolerate the Punching of TesticlesSerge Ibaka was barely punished for hitting Blake Griffin in the balls.
  8. Stunt Menus
    Rats! Thirteen Other Things Performance Artists Could Serve to Dinner GuestsWhat kind of wine pairs well with this gross thing I’m about to eat?
  9. early and awkward
    What’s With All the Emasculating Campaign Rhetoric?Cojones, man pants … the list goes on.
  10. mad men
    Regarding Bert Cooper’s Lack of Testicles“Anyway, so if Cooper had a bilateral orchiectomy in the 1930s or 1940s, there wouldn’t have been testosterone available in pill form, right?”
  11. the sixth borough
    Philadelphia Magazine Editor Ousted After Presenting Photo of Testicular Cyst to Female StafferThat’s just the tip of the iceberg.
  12. What to Eat
    Having a Ball With Lamb and Deer TesticlesFirst of all, they tend to explode. Plus, try lamb testicles at Joe Doe.
  13. Back of the House
    We Solve Traver Rains’s Testicle TroublesSo designer Traver Rains of Heatherette can’t get cow balls here in New York? Well, why didn’t he ask us? Not that we are enthusiasts of the crinkly treats; the things have little taste and the gnarliest of textures (think of calves brains, but chewier). However, if the famished designer really wants them, they can be had. Ali frequently serves the dish at Astoria’s Kebab Café, and we’ve heard that they can be found occasionally at Kenka, the East Village izakaya that seems to specialize in weird bits and pieces. The ultimate place for this kind of thing, though, is probably A Fan Ti, a Flushing restaurant that has every part of the lamb and goat from the eyes to the oysters. As for the traditional Wild West breaded prairie oyster? That still hasn’t come to New York. Maybe a profitable new sideline for Heatherette? Related: Traver Rains Loves Him Some Cow Balls [Daily Intel]