Finally. I thought I'd answer one of the big questions I've been asked over and over again, the question you ladies are dying to know the answer to. Are you ready? We want anal sex because if we ask you if we can, and you say yes, even begrudgingly, then that is awesome. I don't even know if the majority of guys even like anal sex, but that you'd say "yes" to such a dirty, unladylike request is what makes it oh-so-worthwhile.
The idea of an open marriage is as much a part of the new male fantasy as say, a first round draft pick or a three point basket at the final buzzer.
What would make you run screaming from your man’s apartment? Have you ever found any of the following items? Did you stick around long enough to tell him why you won’t be sleeping over anymore?
Ryan Blitstein must have been feeling popular, and well-liked. He had friends, plenty of them. But everything he knew about these people, his gobs of friends, was through Facebook: tid-bit updates, and answers to predictable questions on status—of relationship, job, apartment search. Nothing deeper, no time for questions, take from it what you will.
Three years into college, I walked into my Creative Writing class. My instructor's name was Nate.* I sat to the right of Nate around the conference table so when he asked a question, I simply murmured the answer. I looked at his ripped jeans below the table. "What were you for Halloween?" he asked, before my classmates arrived.
When it comes to flirting via voicemail, the emphasis is as much on the voice as it is on the verbiage. We'd rather replay Sean Connery's sexy coo over Mark Wahlberg's beat up drawl any day.
Love Bytes: three must-click love, sex and relationship links. So you've found out through Facebook that your boyfriend is cheating on you. Consider responding as follows. [Buzzfeed] Sometimes we all do awkward things in our sleep. Like mistake our significant others for a bowl of chili. [Smitten] She wants to have her size FF breasts surgically reduced. He wants to talk her out of it. Should he even have a say in the matter? [The Frisky]
As I was flipping channels, I landed on a real-life love story of sorts. It was a segment about young Iranians who were finding their spouses with the help of a hip-looking, bearded matchmaker clad in a turban and robe.
According to a recent study by scientists at the University of Queensland, a Hugh Hefner-aged father may actually be detrimental to the child's cognitive abilities. Out of a pool of 33, 000 children it was found that those with the oldest fathers consistently scored lower on intelligence tests. Unfortunately, no exact age was pinpointed as too old. Rather, the scientists just witnessed a general decline with more mature dads—66 being the oldest father in the study. While, yes, the reasons behind a low IQ score could most certainly be blamed on a myriad of factors, researcher Professor John McGrath said the results were "startling" and goes so far as to say the age of the father is as important as the age of the mother. While we always thought of sperm as evergreen, new research proves that older men "accumulate more mutations" in their swimmers as they age.
Sex. And the absence of a healthy sex life can lead to its dissolve. Bettina Arndt, an Australian sex therapist of 35 years, noticed an ongoing trend. The married couples lining her waiting room were mainly complaining of the same marital gripe – the disappearance of sex. She then set about doing research to figure out what was happening, reports the Brisbane Times.