From Associated Content The Luce Policy Institute said in a statement on Monday that, while 75% of college freshmen say that their most important objective is to have a family, women who become educated, enter into a high-powered career and think they can always get pregnant later on in their 40s once they are financially successful, have been misled by politics. The Institute, which promotes the success of conservative women, insists that a woman's most fertile time is in her 20s, and women who want to have families should attempt to get pregnant in their 20s; the politically incorrect truth, says the institute, is that the main cause of infertility in women is simply advancing age.
Sienna Miller must be on the rebound from dating (or not dating) Sean Combs. Or not. Who knows with her? Anyway, Cosmopolitan is reporting that she’s dating Matthew Rhys from the TV show Brothers and Sisters. Excellent. And Celebrity-Gossip.net is reporting that she’s dating actor Sean Bean. You may know Bean as the guy that plays vaguely menacing UK (British or Northern* Irish) characters. He tried to take the ring from Frodo in the first Lord of the Rings movie. We have no idea what to believe with Sienna Miller any more. We do know that we’ve loved her since she co-starred in the brilliant (but canceled) Fox show Keen Eddie. We hope she finds love, but we’ve about had it with the S Miller rumor mill.
From Fox News Women with low libidos appear to get a boost in sexual desire through the use of testosterone patch treatment, according to new research. Two randomized double-blind, placebo-controlled trials found that post-menopausal women suffering from a lack of sexual desire experienced “significant” improvements in the frequency of “satisfying” sexual activity and desire, as well as a decrease in sexual distress through the use of low-dose, transdermal testosterone patches. A total of 132 participants from two trials were interviewed after a six-month treatment, according to the research, which is published in the current issue of The Journal of Sexual Medicine. Tango’s Take
From The Herald Sun By Tamara McLean and Nick Ralston A MEN'S magazine is being investigated by government authorities for offering a $10,000 boob job as a competition prize in breach of gaming rules. But Zoo Weekly says the investigation is "ludicrous" and claims that New South Wales Gaming Minister Graham West "has got his knickers in a twist about nothing". The soft porn lads' magazine has launched a competition urging men to "win" their girlfriend a boob job by sending in shots of her cleavage. The prize goes to the woman whom readers believe most "deserves" an enlargement, with the website stating: "We can help turn your lady's itty bitty titties into massive mounds of magnificence". A spokesman for the gaming minister today confirmed an investigation was underway into the legality of the magazine offering cosmetic surgery as a prize. Tango’s Take
Take no prisoners, my special little guy. Seduce and destroy. From Cox News Service Baby bonds set stage for adult relationships Do you struggle with insecurity or anger? A new study suggests the problems could have started when you were in diapers.
From People By Tim Nudd and Stephen M. Silverman Jimmy Fallon is engaged to girlfriend Nancy Juvonen, a Hollywood producer who worked on Fallon's 2005 romantic comedy Fever Pitch, PEOPLE has confirmed. The proposal took place in New Hampshire "last weekend on the dock at sunset at the Junoven's family home in Wolfeboro on Lake Winnipesaukee, where On Golden Pond was filmed," says a friend of the couple's. "He presented her with a one-of-a-kind ring designed by Neil Lane," the friend added. Tango’s Take
From EntertainmentWise.com Colin Farrell’s rep has denied claims that his girlfriend Muireann McDonnell is pregnant. The actor stirred rumors of a pregnancy after he was photographed placing a protective hand on his 22-year-old girlfriend's stomach. However his rep has since quashed rumors that Farrell is expecting his second child. “She is not pregnant,” Colin’s rep, Danica Smith, tells US Magazine. The Miami Vice star already has a three-year-old son with model Kim Bordenave. Tango’s Take We have a feeling that this is not the last that we’ll here of Colin Farrell knocking someone up. His boozy Irish charm is why Catholic families are so big. That, and refusal to wear condoms. Maybe the cigarettes, the hooch (it’s what older folks call alcohol), drugs and VD all act as natural contraceptives. We’re just shocked that LA, New York and Western Europe aren’t crawling with his bastards.
From Foxnews.com ELKO, Nev. — An off-duty Elko County sheriff's deputy was arrested on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol after her husband, a fellow deputy, pulled her over. Charlotte Moore, 36, Spring Creek, was arrested in Elko at 11:41 p.m. Saturday. She was released at 1:47 a.m. on Sunday and placed on paid administrative leave, Elko County Undersheriff Rocky Gonzalez said.
From Contra Costa Times By Malaika Fraley Contra Costa County Superior Court violated state law with a rule that prohibited people in divorce trials from presenting oral testimony, the state Supreme Court has ruled. The ruling means a new divorce trial for Jeffrey Elkins, a Danville business consultant who challenged the county court's rule that required evidence to be submitted exclusively by written declaration, except in unusual circumstances.