The 50 most influential people in love and relationships, ever (fine up until now). Is a lady's time of the month completely off-limits for humor/retail? What crazy and stupid things have you done in the name of love? Does love make us fat? What actions should you save until you're exclusive with someone? And what romantic gestures should you avoid?
Are a few extra pounds enough to spoil a relationship? Most men say yes, according to the 2011 Great Male Survey from AskMen.com. Nearly half of the guys surveyed (48 percent) would say "sayonara" to a girl who's let herself go.
Cosmo is at it again, serving up the latest batch of crazy sex advice in their August issue. And once again, College Candy took the opportunity to make digs at their sometimes cringe-worthy sex tips. They've got some pretty hilarious things to say, but we here at YourTango like to add our own hilariousness to the mix.
Looks like we ladies are the cleaner gender — and that men have justly earned their stereotype as horndogs. A recent study by the Women at NBCU discovered that women would rather go for a month without sex than without a shower.
The older, the better? You bet! A recent study found that as time progresses in a relationship, women become more satisfied with the sex — while men become more satisfied with the relationship as a whole. In fact, it takes 25 years in a long-term relationship for sex to begin predicting how happy women are with said relationship. Crazy, right? Hey, for a lot of us, that's a long way off!
Season 8 of Entourage debuted on Sunday, which can only mean one thing for me: hours of being glued to the unfolding drama, witty dialogue, and — of course — hot men.
Is there such a thing as "The One?" Regardless of your belief (or lack thereof) in a soul mate, you have to admit that there was a moment when things just felt "right" between you and your partner. If you're happily in love, tell us about what triggered that feeling in you. Was it love at first sight, or did it require a written list of pros and cons? Did it strike you in the middle of the night? Did that feeling develop after you'd weathered a few storms together? Or were you only sure once you'd received counsel from friends and family?
Listen up, ladies: if you want to get married, you need to stop being a shallow bitch and slut. At least that's what Mad Men writer Tracy McMillan has to say in the Huffington Post this week, and though she's not a relationship expert, she does know a thing or two about finding the one (or not finding the one), as she herself has been married three times.
The pop star is taking her lovelorn anthems—including her new single "Sparks Fly"—across the country in one of the biggest tours this summer, but her lyrics seem to have gotten a little help from a literary predecessor. Can you guess which lines are by the young songstress and which were penned by the "Pride and Prejudice" author?
Unless you've been in a cave all week, you probably heard Bill O'Reilly's controversial comment during a discussion of universal birth control on his Fox News show. He said: "Many, many people, many women, I hate to say it… Many women who get pregnant are blasted out of their minds when they have sex and aren't going to get birth control anyway."