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Male POV: 18 Signs He's Sick Of Having Sex With You
He'd rather watch TV than get down to business.

Male POV: 18 Signs He's Sick Of Having Sex With You

Sex drive, like Madame Ocean, she ebbs and she flows. Hormones and novelty-seeking neurochemicals make it a little tricky to maintain a constant level of attraction. The good news is that maybe you get to know each other a little better when you don't have this constant flushed-face, chest-tightening, groin-aching need to jump one another. Or not. At some point in virtually every relationship someone gets sick of f*cking someone. Here are 18 signs that he's sick of having sex with you.

Male POV: 4 Legit Reasons All Gals Should Love A Guy With A Beard

Male POV: 4 Legit Reasons All Gals Should Love A Guy With A Beard

The facial forest. The subtle stubble. The untamed mane that screams, “I am fucking man, hear me roar!” By now the beard has transformed from something you only see on dead presidents and hippies, into a movement that has men everywhere cursing their patchy facial hair and smooth cheeks. What exactly is so captivating about these righteous beards? Here are 4 reasons why you should date a guy with a beard.

My 300-Lb Body Is A "Fetish"

I'm A 300-Pound Woman Who Accidentally Attracts 'Chubby Chasers'

As an obese woman, I’m used to being the butt of jokes. "Nice ass!" I’ll hear walking down the street in my neighborhood, then turn around to see a saucy teenager, surrounded by his guffawing friends, pointing to my posterior. In college, frat boys asked for my phone number as their friends roared with laughter in the corner. Once, some kids even shot me with a pellet gun, right in the rear—and drew blood. After every one of these verbal or physical assaults, I’d shrink a little inside (if not on the outside).

11 Brutal Truths About Dating A Middle Child (As Written By One)
Being in the middle isn't always so easy.

11 Brutal Truths About Dating A Middle Child (As Written By One)

I'm the middle child out of three boys. All my life, I’ve heard people tell me, "I can definitely tell that you're a middle child." It's the hardest position to grow up in. Oldest and youngest siblings have well-defined characteristics, but the middle child is a real wild card. That said, if you’re dating a middle child, you might not know how to deal with them. Here are 11 things you'll always find when dating a middle child:

NO, Asking To Be "Dominated" Doesn't Make Me Less Of A Feminist

NO, Asking To Be "Dominated" Doesn't Make Me Less Of A Feminist

I would passionately state that I am a feminist. From day one, my mother raised myself and my three sisters to believe that women could not only do anything, but that we could do it better than boys did. She was pro-choice and discussed abortion at the dinner table. She marched in protests for the union she worked for. She encouraged her closeted lesbian friend to “come out.” And then in college, I sat in class upon class with names like, feminist theory & texts, queer theory, gender construction, gender and sociology, masculinity and society, women of color and feminism, and more. Judith Butler. Bell Hooks. Simone de Beauvoir. Audre Lorde. Anne Fausto-Sterling. My liberal arts education is right there for your reading pleasure. I debated with my classmates passionately using heavy academic terms that took me a bit to memorize and sometimes, understand. I was radically changed both by the texts I read and my professors. I was ready to question why everyone had to dress their boys in blue. “You know,” I would say, “Pink used to be a color for boys’, not for girls. What does a color really mean, anyway?” I was ready to call all of the guys I dated and tell them that my sexual activities were not to be policed by their notions or desires any longer!

Audrey Hepburn

JUST IN: The *Real* Reason Your Marriage Sucks Is, Well, YOU

Perhaps the "marriage is hard" saying should be changed to "marriage is harder." At least that was science says! A study found that rocky marriages make people unhappier today than they did in the past. On the flip side, great marriages make for the happiest couples than they did in the past. So why are there such extremes? Your expectations!

Sweet Home Alabama

WTF: 25 Percent Of Men Would Bang Their Mother-In-Law, Says Study

It's another day, which means there is another chance for science to really disappoint us. Many things should be remained under wraps, in our opinion, including the very messed up fantasies going on in the back of our husband's minds. Well prepare yourself because a new study has found that there is a good chance that your husband finds your mom to be more attractive than you.