Forget the bar, gym and awkward set-up—when it comes to finding a potential mate, the Internet is by far the hottest spot. But with hundreds of online dating sites and more than 40 million visitors on a regular basis, how do you know where to start? The first big step to finding online dating success is picking a site that's right for you. Like shopping for the perfect pair of jeans, there are always certain brands that are a better fit than others. Some sites are more suited for those looking for casual relationships while others may be for the more marriage-minded. To help you find your "perfect match" in an online dating site, iMag went to love experts Sherri Langburt of Singleediton.com and Diana Falzone for tips to finding love at the click of a mouse.
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A new survey revealed that nearly one in five married couples go without kissing for as long as one week at a time. And when they do finally lock lips, it will last no longer than five seconds for 40 percent of them.
Almost everyone gets over their first love, but you never really forget that person. Whether it happened during your childhood, your teenage years or even when you were already an adult, you'll always hold a small candle for the person who first taught you vulnerability and desire.
One would think that a cell phone pales in comparison to sex, but according to a new survey from Telenav, a mobile applications company, it doesn't. In fact, one-third of Americans would rather do without sex than without their cell phone. In addition to sex, Americans would also pass on alcohol, chocolate, caffeine, exercise, a toothbrush, shoes and a computer if it meant being able to keep their phone.
Features of the just-launched Cosmo For Guys iPad app include 3-D sex positions viewable from various angles, an audio guide to the meaning behind women's top five sex sounds, and local poll data that tells guys what movie women want to see that weekend.
Paying for sex is widely derided in this country, but does it mean a man is dangerous? According to a controversial Newsweek article, men who buy sex not only harbor violent tendencies, but maintain a dehumanizing attitude toward women.