Below is an excerpt from my novel, Dirty Sex or Clean Sex. Richard finally talks with a friend about how he seduces a woman and then doesn’t call again. “Do you have any negative feelings about your wife’s body, George? I’m sorry to intrude, and you don’t have to say anything of course, but I’m struggling with this aversion to nice girls and attraction to bad one’s.”
The movie doesn't come out until 2014, but today we've got your first look at Angelina Jolie as Disney villain "Maleficent." In the first photo, Jolie is seen sporting the "Sleeping Beauty" bad girl's famous horns, while also featuring prosthetics on her cheeks and some wild-colored contact lenses.
For a long time I was so worried about being seen as a bitch that I was coming across as unconfident and unassertive. When I asked my husband what was my most attractive trait when we were dating, he said it was my attitude as a survivor and determined girl. I am so grateful he saw it and understood it. Because in my understanding that was exactly my bitch side, the side I was trying to conceal with so much effort and so little result.
Set in Victorian-era London, the rom-com Hysteria audaciously treats the rather tricky subject women's sexual pleasure and vibrators, along with another popular current theme of the "Good Girl" vs. the "Bad Girl." When single handedly - no pun intended - tackling the common problem of hysteria becomes too much for Dr Dalrymple to handle alone, he hires Dr Mortimer Granville to assist him in alleviating the symptoms of Hysteria, brought on by women revolting against washing one too many tea cups and husbands who are clueless as to what might be involved
by Julie Robinson They may not be the words every girl wishes to hear in her lifetime, but “I want you to be my bad girl” rings like bells in my ears the morning Devin texts that delightful little proposal to me. Being exclusively bad with a man has been my secret little fantasy. If I was going to give it all to my man why would I want to behave?
Movies, TV shows and songs—essentially, all of popular culture—would have us believe that no-strings-attached, casual sex is something that men are more interested in than women. It's true that over the years, gender-based stereotypes have assigned to guys the role of sex-seeking and to ladies the search for something serious. A new study, however, challenges those assumptions—while showcasing how such behavior affects a person's perception of a woman.
Psychiatrist Carole Lieberman thinks she's got men all figured out, and since I'm too daft to know otherwise, let's assume that she does. Let's assume that she's the Dr. Love we've been looking for, that she's the Mr. Miyagi to our Daniel LaRusso, the George Washington to our Revolutionists, the answer to our prayers. In her new book, "Bad Girls," Lieberman extols the virtues of being, predictably, a bad girl. Intrigued?
Be honest: if a grown woman has wild sex with numerous lovers after divorce, do you think she'll have difficulty being faithful in her next serious relationship? In other words, do you think women can't control their sexuality once it's uncaged?