Ask the Doctor: ‘Can sudden penile curvature impact a man’s fertility?’
Ask the Doctor: ‘Can sudden penile curvature impact a man’s fertility?’

Sarah Gill

Why paying for dating apps (or going to a matchmaker) isn’t desperate
Why paying for dating apps (or going to a matchmaker) isn’t desperate

Sarah Finnan

Mark Mehigan: ‘I hate my husband’s friends and I’m worried about their holiday’
Mark Mehigan: ‘I hate my husband’s friends and I’m worried about their holiday’

Mark Mehigan

Your ultimate guide to birth control and how it affects women’s health
Your ultimate guide to birth control and how it affects women’s health

IMAGE

Keeping things simple was the secret to this Dublin 7 extension
Keeping things simple was the secret to this Dublin 7 extension

Megan Burns

Feeling run down? Boost your energy levels with these Irish-made supplements
Feeling run down? Boost your energy levels with these Irish-made supplements

Shayna Sappington

A dermatologist’s guide to sunscreen
A dermatologist’s guide to sunscreen

Holly O'Neill

Alex O’Neill of Bahay on her life in food
Alex O’Neill of Bahay on her life in food

Sarah Gill

Women in Sport: Cork camogie star Saoirse McCarthy
Women in Sport: Cork camogie star Saoirse McCarthy

Sarah Gill

Art in the Gardens: a weekend of painting in nature in Waterford
Art in the Gardens: a weekend of painting in nature in Waterford

Marlene Wessels

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Watch: Men Simulate Labour Pains


By IMAGE
12th May 2015
Watch: Men Simulate Labour Pains

For any woman who’s ever felt that men deserve a taster of what it’s really like to endure labour pains, your gift has come. This writer hasn’t even had a child, yet every time her other half attempts to compare the impending pain of childbirth, or even that of a bad period, to the pain of being kicked in the testicles (which almost NEVER happens), she wants to tear him a new one. So for the mommas who’ve actually been there, done that, this ought to sweeten your rage.

Here, the Try Guys at Buzzfeed step up to the plate once again to experience what it’s really like to endure those pre-baby contractions.

For volunteering alone, we must give them props. Men of Ireland, take note; labour pains are no walk in the park.