I don't know that a formal survey's been done, but I think it's safe to say that in the eyes of most straight men in America, turbans on a women's head aren't hot. Neither are ostrich-feather miniskirts, utility pants, or capes. To many guys, tight, form-fitting, and revealing fashions constitute "sexy." And isn't that what fashion is supposed to be all about? Getting us to look at one woman rather than another?
Last weekend in Toronto, where I live, a reported 1,000 people marched together in the first-ever SlutWalk. The campaign was a response to a comment made at a local university by a police officer, who said women should avoid "dressing like sluts in order not to be victimized." The police have since apologized for the officer's comment, but it still hit hard with the organizers of SlutWalk.
With just over a week to go until the Royal Wedding finally takes place on April 29, the media is abuzz with covering every last detail of the highly anticipated event. Across the pond in American, we are absolutely eating it up, and rightfully so—who hasn't dreamed of some day finding a prince or princess? Apparently, not everyone.
"Pegging" is when a woman wears a strap-on dildo and penetrates a man's anus. Did you know that? Now you do. The term "pegging" was coined in a contest by pioneering sex advice columnist Dan Savage. Here's my opinion on "pegging": Hey, look, I just found a shiny quarter! I bet it's a lucky quarter! I'm going to make a wish and that wish is that I don't have to write about "pegging."
In a 21st-Century twist on Weird Science, Cloud Girlfriend claims that their service, which launches April 26th, will create virtual girlfriends who post messages and respond publicly to you on your favorite social networks.
Some trendy pieces seem like they come with "Runway Only" signs plastered across the fronts. Or at least completely covered in WARNING tape. They're tricky. And scary. Basically, they're intimidating to the point where no matter how pretty you think they are, you tend to throw them back on the shelf at the store and walk away feeling like you dodged a bullet: Phew! I almost wasted money on that thing I'd never wear! Well, no more, ladies. You can wear trendy items. You just need to learn how to avoid a few pitfalls along the way. We're about to get you so hooked on the spring season's hottest looks, you'll want to take them for a whirl the next time you have a date. We apologize to your wallet in advance, since you'll now be plucking new clothes off shelves like mad.
Love Bytes: 13 must-click love and relationship links. 9 myths about single people, what men really think about sex on the first date, and how to date multiple men without looking totally sketchy. How to hook a hot guy in a bookstore, getting over ridiculous hang-ups, and why educated women dating blue-collar men could be a recipe for disaster. These links, along with 3 ways men piss women off without even realizing it.
Ladies, there is absolutely no shame in diversifying your dating portfolio. In fact, it's highly encouraged to put your eggs into lots of different baskets while you're a free agent, as long as you can do it without being a total dick. There is an art to dating multiple guys at once while keeping your dating karma intact.
As far as difficult years go, Catherine Zeta-Jones has had a particularly tough 12 months. In the midst of raising her children and helping her husband, Michael Douglas, beat cancer, the stress finally caught up with her this week. She checked herself into a mental health facility to treat bipolar disorder, bringing an under-the-radar disease into the spotlight. As it turns out, it's far more common than you probably think. Zeta-Jones is just one of more than six million Americans who suffer from bipolar disorder—approximately one in 40 people—and even more cases of men and women experiencing this form of depression have gone undetected. If your partner is, or could be, suffering from bipolar disorder, then here's how you can help lend some support.
14 comments and questions that military wives never want to hear.