News flash: the internet has changed sex! (Not the mechanics, obviously—but how you get to the sexy time, yes.) But really, think about what the interet has brought to love and sex: Porn! Naked pictures! Online dating! Wait, you already knew that? Probably, but the results of a new Playboy sex study are still worth a look.
Personally, we're big fans of Maui. It has the beach, the dolphin tours, the volcano-side biking, and the five-star resorts. But we know plenty of other couples who prefer the sprawl of Tokyo or the untamed jungles of Bolivia. What makes a destination romantic? Ambiance counts for at least half of the appeal—the other half comes from the chemistry born of your new locale. How To Take A Successful Vacation As A Couple
While you might be asking yourself who would want to wear a Beatrice-esque fascinator, there are actually a lot of pretty, and more subtle, versions on the market in muted colors and smaller accents. In fact, we're going to suggest you wear one. They're the season's hottest new trend in hats and hair accessories. Plus, we have six more great looks to consider for your summer dates.
Well, this is uncomfortable: USA Today reports that the HoustonPress is under fire for publishing an article titled "The 10 Hottest Women on the Texas Sex Offenders List." To compile his favorites, writer Richard Connelly scoured the databases of 15 different counties to pick out the best in a batch of mugshots.
Seventeen songs for getting sexy. The pros and cons of watching naked movies with your partner. Wedding night sex myths. Why having a really big penis sucks. Escaping the friend zone. Never buy him pajamas. One bro's foray into online dating. Why staying together is harder than breaking up.
The French Dukan Diet is becoming increasingly popular. But we know what the French are really good at. Even though there are over 600 positions a couple can try in bed, the reality is that many of them require the agility, stamina and balance of professional athletes! The good news is that two classic sex positions culled from the French require no special skills or athletic talent. Try them and see if they improve l'amour!
A seriously bad Mother's Day has prompted a whopping 52,684 moms to cheat? That's what a dating site for affairs, Ashley Madison, says. According to FOX Business, the site reported a 321 percent increase in traffic following Mother's Day, presumably to take advantage of the site's one-day special for free messaging. On an average day, 3,000 women sign up for Ashley Madison, so needless to say, that over-50,000 stat is a huge jump—also up 60% from last Mother's Day when the same offer was on the table.
If I hear one more person describe Bridesmaids as "the female version of The Hangover," I'm going to Kristen Wiig out. Why do we have to label a movie that's hilarious in its own right as the female version of something else? Well, actually I know why. Because a lot of comedies starring women aren't exactly thought of as "funny." And a lot of wedding-related movies are cheesier than they are clever and witty. Bridesmaids is a long overdue exception. Despite its title and premise, it's not really about a wedding, either. We don't even really meet the groom. The movie is about two best friends growing in different directions. Annie (Kristen Wiig) is stuck in a dead-end job after the bakery she opened—and the boyfriend who helped her run it—both go out of business. Her best friend Lillian (Maya Rudolph) has always been her cheerleader and confidante. But their relationship changes when Lillian gets engaged and asks Annie to be the maid of honor.
For years, manufacturers have gamely attempted to make condoms more fun to use, but alas, even the most delectably flavored varieties don't compensate for that sterile, rubbery sensation. Now, a British biotech firm has taken on the challenge by developing the CSD500, a condom that prolongs a man's erection — hence its unofficial nickname, the "Viagra condom."
Not surprisingly, sleepless nights, diaper duty and the drain on finances takes a toll on young couples whose greatest stressor, up until that point, was what movie to rent on a Saturday night. In fact, the Relationship Research Institute in Seattle reports that two-thirds of couples experience a decline in their relationship after the birth of their first child. Women start feeling dissatisfied right away, while men experience these feelings gradually.