What is men’s sexuality?

Does it include oral sex?

Does a woman have a choice about her partner’s penis size?

These questions and more are the subject of the upcoming Men’s Health: A Guide to the Men’s Sexual Health Issues book.

It’s an all-encompassing, accessible guide for the man who is grappling with his masculinity.

It comes out May 2, and it will be the first in a series of books by the publisher, Penguin Random House, aimed at men.

And it will cover topics such as: the origins of masculinity; male sexuality; male circumcision; the role of gender in relationships; the benefits of masculinity in men’s relationships; and the role masculinity plays in men seeking out men’s healthcare.

The book, with the help of a team of medical professionals and psychologists, includes a detailed look at the men who have experienced sexual dysfunction, including what causes it; what to do if it’s happening to you; what you can do about it; and what you should do if you think you might be affected.

It also covers the treatment of sexual dysfunction in men who are menopausal and women who are postmenopausal.

The authors have spoken to men and women about their experiences of sexual dysfunctions, and they are trying to get as much information out as possible.

So, for example, the authors talk about some of the research they’ve done on men’s testosterone levels, the hormones that are associated with male sexuality.

And the book includes articles about how men’s bodies are changing and how to care for them.

The contributors also have a wealth of personal stories that are both helpful and sometimes disturbing, such as the man whose penis was removed after having a hysterectomy.

And finally, they talk about the ways men are coming to terms with their gender, including their sexual orientation.

The topics covered range from men’s libidos to men’s weight and their sex drive, with many articles exploring issues related to health and well-being.

The author, Dr. Robert Blum, is the medical director of the Men Health Center at Johns Hopkins University, where he focuses on the health of men.

He has consulted for many companies including Pfizer, Merck, GlaxoSmithKline, Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer and Pfizer Canada.

He was also a medical consultant for the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Medical Association.

The Men Health book is the first book to be written by the book publisher.

The publisher is a member of the Society of Authors, Publishers, and Editors of America, and the publisher has published more than a dozen books by female authors.

It is not an all women’s book, and there are no articles on sex.

The publishers also have women’s health issues in the book, including men’s depression, sexual harassment and suicide.

It contains articles about the role men play in men and the importance of treating and addressing mental health problems in men.

The content is also available in English, French and Spanish.

The men’s book is based on the Men at Work: The Personal Stories of Men’s Careers book, which has been published by Random House for decades.

It covers topics ranging from men in the workforce to fathers and fathers-to-be, and offers insights into the careers of men and men’s lives.

A previous Men’s book was Women at Work by Jill Leovy, which was published by Macmillan in 1998.

The new book is not just a continuation of that book.

Rather, it is an expansion of that work.

“There are so many areas where there are great stories that women are writing about, and this is the best book for that,” said Dr. Richard P. Davis, a psychiatrist and author who has worked with Men at War, a nonprofit organization that offers support and advice to men struggling with their sexual health.

“We are all different and we all have different kinds of problems.

We all have issues that affect us in different ways.

We are all human beings, and we can all be victims of these things.”

The book will focus on the research and experiences of men, with a focus on men who had meningitis, urinary incontinence and erectile dysfunction.

Men are more likely than women to be diagnosed with sexual dysfunction and there is a greater likelihood that the disorder will lead to a sexual dysfunction diagnosis than for women.

For example, about 25 percent of men diagnosed with urinary inconditioning will be diagnosed as having an incontinent penis.

Men who are not diagnosed with erectile disorder are also more likely to be depressed, but they are less likely to have a sexually transmitted infection.

The researchers also found that men who were sexually active had significantly higher rates of sexual partners who had been circumcised and had a lower percentage of partners who were menopausal.

There was also evidence that men with sexual problems who were prescribed medication to treat their issues had higher rates for having multiple sexual partners than those who were not