From the swimming lane to the shopping aisle: Introducing Ian Thorpe
STUFF is proud as punch to welcome Olympic champion Ian Thorpe into the fold as an investor and ambassador. Bringing with him his passion for men’s mental health and purpose-led business, Thorpey will play a key role in helping STUFF...
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Here's how STUFF supports young men's mental health
It’s no secret that mental health rates are rapidly declining, especially since the pandemic. It is now more necessary than ever that we find innovative solutions to support mental health initiatives. STUFF exists to fund life-changing mental health programs for...
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Meet STUFF Legend, Chantelle Otten
This award-winning Sexologist is on a one-woman mission to normalise conversations around sex. We think that's the true stuff of legends.
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Riding the shroom boom
Will LifeCykel’s liquid mushroom extracts change your life? Yeah, nah. But then again, maybe?
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Meet STUFF Legend, Moe Aloha
Meditation, emotional hygiene and the recipe for being a great mate. We think this legendary DJ and The Man Cave facilitator puts the Moe in modern man.
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I'm not ready to be a dad
But it’s completely understandable to feel like you’re not “ready” - you’re not first and you certainly won’t be the last.
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I'm not getting as many erections as I used to
You spend your teenage years praying that you won’t get a boner in public, then before you know it, you’re dreaming of someone pointing and laughing at your awkward erection just so you know that it still exists.
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I'm a one minute man, how can I last longer?

One-minute facts for one-minute men

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Is mindfulness for dickheads?

Short answer - no. Long answer - also no. Hear me out.

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Is eating too much meat giving me bad B.O.?

Hard to tell without knowing how much exactly a “tonne of meat” is, but there’s a few schools of thought.

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I'm addicted to porn
Pornography is something that many young people turn to for education about eroticism. However, it’s not meant to educate, it’s meant to entertain.
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