Years ago it was a bookmark in my "Social" folder. It still is a site aimed primarily at young single men- but more and more things appeared off upon returning.
The quality of the articles appears to be lower.
There are plenty of trackers and ads to block.
There are a whole lot more galleries- presumably to inflate page clicks.
Their reviews of dating sites look suspiciously like sponsored content. Other categories may be similar. I don't have all day to read every single article.
The entire site appears to be dumbed down for mobile.
Considering all these issues I delisted it and dropped it all the way to yellow.
Way too many ads and poorly written content. Website not suitable for children and is adult-oriented, which is fine, however there are a crazy amount of pop ups and potentially harmful links. Would not recommend.
Found to serving malware by Websense http://community.websense.com/blogs/securitylabs/archive/2014/06/23/the-official-website-of-askmen-is-compromised-to-serve-malicious-code.aspx
Denied by AskMen
That they cannot find and deny the problem is, in some ways, worse than having the problem in the first place.
I like the site. It's useful. Usually. But not now.