New research found men prefer vegetarian women 11 percent more than carnivores. Here are all the health, financial and sexual reasons you should be dating a veggie lover.
In order to celebrate some of the newer women who are representing the hard life of motherhood on screen, we made a fun quiz! Which TV mom are you? If you’re ready for the cold hard truth then fill out the following 7 questions will give you answer.
October is officially here, which means it's time to break out the horror flicks, the costumes, the pumpkins and of course, your scary movie collection. Scary movies are just better in October. You can curl up with a blanket (because it's perfect blanket weather), a pumpkin pie and a little Norman Bates ,and that is an ideal night. Plus there are 31 nights to scare yourself!
Whether we want to chalk it up to the popularity that is Scandal or Being Mary Jane, the role of the mistress has become insanely popular again. It's constantly perpetuated on TV shows and in real life, with women openly enjoying the benefits of being a mistress — they'd rather have a piece of a man than no man at all.
Telling a woman she'll change her mind about kids is not only none of your business, it's offensive.
Why Netflix is the new marriage counselor, and why that monthly subscription now seems a lot more reasonable.
Seriously, if this video of girls catcalling guys doesn't prove that we need equal rights and feminism now more than ever, I don't know what will.
When you’re in love, it isn’t unusual for you to want to tell the entire world. While some may want to scream it from the rooftops, most take the modern approach by using social media as a tool to express their love. I think it's pretty safe to say that we've all been guilty of this. First, you can’t stop yourself from tagging your significant other in sugary sweet statuses. Then, you make a habit out of regularly sharing those cutesy love quotes on Facebook — You know, the same ones that annoyed you when you were single.
It started with excitement. My fiancé and I were heading to Ikea to do some shopping for our apartment. Having split our time between Paris and New York, it was a nice feeling to finally settle in some place for a few months, and get some decorative pillows to solidify that settlement. I felt like it was a big step for us to go from bouncing back and forth between two continents, to actually investing in items for our home. I felt like an adult for the first time in my life.
Although it’s 2014, racism and racial profiling still very much exists. It's hard to fathom that in this day and age, there are still people who disgrace others based on not only their skin, but who they're dating. This should go without saying but sometimes you can’t help who you fall in love with — And you shouldn’t have to. As long as your relationship isn't illegal or hurting anyone, you should be able to love freely. Why should the confines of society dictate who you can and can not be with?