Disney starlet Selena Gomez paid a visit to the "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" last night, where she chatted about fellow guest Jim Carrey, growing up in Texas, and of course her new squeeze Justin Bieber.
You may think spending too much time on Facebook and Twitter is a bad thing—it eats at your time, it's a tool for procrastination, you've become a stalker—but new researcher may have you thinking twice before attempting a social networking sabbatical, especially if you're in a relationship. It turns out Facebook can be good for you.
This week in totally disturbing nuptials news, a staffer on John McCain’s 2008 presidential campaign met his bride-to-be while on a tour stop on behalf of the Republican candidate. The only problem? Oh, she was 17, and he was visiting her high school. There are so many gross gems from the romance of 29-year-old Christopher Cox and his now 21-year-old bride Andrea Catsimatidis, featured in the New York Times Vows section this weekend.
Finally, comfortable condoms or are they? Would you marry an unemployed guy? Sometimes rich guys are just aggravating. What cars do good husbands drive? Would you care if your friends bump into your ex? Ladies and gents think differently about the aftermath of breakups. Wanna survive colon cancer? Get married.
The Daily Beast picks the juiciest bits out of Bristol Palin's "Not Afraid of Life: My Journey So Far." How she met Levi Johnston and more.
A new study may have you regretting losing your virginity in the backseat of your high school boyfriend's car. The latest research claims that women who have sex for the first time in their teens are more likely to get divorced.
There's a new study that says sexual anxiety and a lack of concern about consequences, i.e., pregnancy and STDs, are what make men and women more likely to cheat on their partners.
According to researchers at M.I.T. (fancy!) men are the first to say "I love you" in a relationship 61% of the time, but are happier when the woman beats them to the punch. The research also suggests that a man considers saying those three little words a full 6 weeks earlier than the woman does. Hmm. Can how soon a many says he loves you determine if he just wants to get in your pants? The study also finds that men starting thinking about saying "I love you" 97 days, or about three and a half months, into a relationship. That time frame seems about right to me. It takes a while to get to know someone and fall in love, and after 90 days you probably have a good idea about your feelings. So if a guy tells a girl earlier than that 97 day mark, what are his intentions? Sex, of course.
Would you marry someone who was unemployed? What if you yourself were unemployed—would you feel comfortable getting married if you didn't have a steady income? If you answered "no" to those questions, you're not alone. Seventy-five percent of women wouldn't hitch themselves to someone who was unemployed, and 65% wouldn't tie the knot if they were unemployed, according to a recent survey by YourTango and ForbesWoman.