Everyone has a Facebook account these days. In fact, my brother's cat has his own account (although his updates are sadly lackluster). But along with learning who recently ate a burrito for lunch, it turns out that Facebook and other social networking sites are being named as cause for ruining many marriages.
We've all done embarrassing things as we've stumbled our way through the single world. Whether it's forgetting the name of the guy you just slept with or drunk-texting your ex, no one's immune from making a fool out of themselves. But who knew that when it comes to dating and relationships, a little embarrassment can actually be a good thing?
I once dated a theater major who firmly believed women aren't as funny as men. I'd stomp my foot and declare that I was not only funny, but far funnier than he was. Every time the argument came up, he'd reference John Belushi, who despite his sexism was indeed a comedic genius, and how Belushi, "didn't think women writers were funny enough." This ridiculous "insight" came from his days on Saturday Night Live, days that included such other comedic geniuses as Gilda Radner.
A new gel may help prevent herpes. A Seattle pastor says masturbation makes one gay. How to tell a guy is more than just a friend. What if your boyfriend hates cuddling or even sharing a bed? Reasons why hotel sex is the best thing ever. How to say "I like you more than a friend" without coming out and saying it.
With costumes like The Real Housewives of New Jersey, you have an excuse to flaunt your flashy side. Don't usually have an occasion to wear fake eyelashes, hair extensions and five-inch heels? Here it is.
Fox News. The Los Angeles Times. The New York Times. The Wall Street Journal. These are just a few of the publications that have jumped on the media bandwagon, singing all praises to the controversial new book: "Is Marriage for White People? How the African American Marriage Decline Affects Everyone."
If you're one of those people who are always and forever in the mood for sex, then well done, you! But other women — whether it's because they're tired, stressed, or just not into it — need a bit of inspiration to get the juices flowing.
Maybe it's because I'm a woman, but when I was recently faced with economic hardship (being a recent college graduate with no job), the last thing I could think about was knocking boots.
In Miss Representation, a new documentary airing tonight on OWN, Jennifer Seibel Newsom probes the distorted way the media portrays women—and how it affects girls. The director tells Jessica Bennett such depictions damage self-image.
Wow. Crazy days in world news. Gaddafi (pick your spelling) was killed, making his nurses very sad. Obama announced a most-of-the-way pullout from Iraq in two months. And Sammi and Ronnie are dunzo (for now). Finally, Schweddy Balls, our favorite Ben & Jerry's ice cream flavor, is being boycotted in some stores because of its "vulgar" name. Take a deep breath and look at what men are thinking this week about sex, love, sex, relationships and sex.