Love Bytes: The End To Fake Orgasms And Chocolate Short Ribs?


The real reason behind the man shortage and the startling thing women would give up sex for.

Love Bytes: 11 must-click love and relationship links.

Are there three little words on the tip of your tongue? Read on for insight on saying "I love you" for the first time. [The Gloss]

Stop putting on a show in the bedroom! Here are 15 steps to putting the kibosh on faking it. [Em and Lo]

Wanna know the big difference between men and women when it comes to Facebook? Hint: we're either really popular, or really vain. [Glamour]

With all the turmoil going on in this world, why start battles in your own home? Here's why "make love, not war" should be a commandment in your relationship. [Huffington Post Living]

Is there really a "man shortage" or are there just plenty of men who won't settle down? [The Frisky]

Last week we reported that a startling number of women would give up sex for a month if given the choice between that and their cell phone. You'll never guess what women claim they'd give up sex for this week. [Nerve]

Next time you plan a romantic rendezvous, consider wine and chocolate—but mix it up a bit. This chocolatier suggests mashed potatoes with white chocolate and avocado, short ribs braised in chocolate or lobster with a milk-chocolate sauce and saffron. Which all go well with wine, of course.

There's a fine line between confidence and cockiness in a man. Find out where the guys themselves think it belongs. [AskMen]

Where do you rank on the PDA scale? Behold, seven rules for showing affection in public. [Divine Caroline]

All caught up in dating bliss? Prepare for these three behaviors that you probably won't encounter until you marry him. [Shine]

"You must love yourself before you can love another" and other myths about relationships. [TresSugar]

If you're stuck in a rut post V-day, here are some tips to lighten up your love life. [Glo]


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