You like to shop, and he likes to save. He likes to smoke, and you like to breath. He wants to pee on you in the shower, but you would rather lather alone. Couples inevitably find themselves butting heads from time to time, and some contend that this is healthy as long as fangs remain concealed. Nonetheless, resolving arguments is seldom simple, and so Sidetaker.com offers a novel service that takes the guesswork out of deciding who is right and who is wrong. Settling your argument on Sidetaker.com is a reasonable way to put an issue to rest once and for all: by promoting you and your guy to communicate, and enlisting a jury of strangers to submit their two sense. We know it may sound a little Jerry Springer. But it's cheaper than therapy and sure beats his mom.
The morning quickie: the perfect way to start your day. Read on for three interesting love and sex tidbits. Attractive women are more likely to cheat, new STD stats, and gardening boosts men's sex drive.
A US Airways Jet that just landed in the Hudson river made us wonder: Who would you call if your plane was going down? Your husband, mother, best friend, son, priest? And is that a direct measure of love—would the person you called first be the one you loved the most?
When the Bloodhound Gang dutifully clarified "You and me baby ain’t nothing but mammals," in their ode to the Discovery Channel, they may have been calling out to the wrong network. After all, it was the NFL that recently rejected The Ashley Madison Agency’s Super Bowl ad, and revoked its permission to advertise during any NFL game, forever more. Ashley Madison is a seven-year-old online dating service that connects married people looking for discrete affairs. Ironically, The New York Post recently printed a markedly non-discrete, full-page ad featuring an open letter to Eliot Spitzer (get the full Tomfoolery take). A new Durex ad–that is WAY less discrete than the services of Ashley Madison, and even less likely to appear during this year’s Super Bowl–is sweeping the web in an online viral marketing campaign. Love Buzz editors are both disturbed (which is difficult) and amused by the “Get It On” campaign, which features a thirty-second rubber-rabbit orgy. We’ll never look at a balloon animal–or condom–the same way.
The morning quickie: the perfect way to start your day. Read on for three interesting love and sex tidbits. Today: How bad are little white lies? How important is initial chemistry? Will Britney be in SATC 2?
In the virtual world of Second Life, users can be anything they want and even make money at it. Some have even taken to turning tricks. "Palela Anderson" is one of these cyber prostitutes. And in a typical night of work, she can earn up to 3000 Linden Dollars. For those of you who don't speak Second Life, that's about $13.
A group of scientists from the University of Texas think they've pinpointed a hormone that gifts women with an hourglass shape, an aura of attractiveness, and an intense desire to cheat on their boyfriends or husbands. Researchers think a hormone called oestradoil, dubbed the Marilyn Monroe hormone, is to blame for certain behaviors and physical attributes like a symmetrical face, large breasts, low waist to hip ratio, and a pattern of serial monogamy with infidelity.
As judge DioGuardi discovered, as a woman, it's hard to criticize another good-looking woman without seeming jealous or vengeful. In DioGuardi's defense, she was trying to keep the judges' decisions from focusing on Darrell's hot bod instead of her mediocre voice. But, really, why shouldn't regular folks be a little bit angry at the beautiful people of the world? Studies show that things—like jobs and free cab rides—come easier to those with good looks. Men, in particular, can't help falling for physical beauty, but a great set of eyes or abs are not lost on ladies, either. (Did Obama's good looks help him get elected?)
A 29-year-old female elementary school teacher from Abington, Massachusetts faces statutory rape charges after allegedly having sex approximately 300 times over the course of 18 months with a 13-year-old boy. According to the Boston Globe, when McCallum appeared in Brockton District Court last Friday to plead not guilty on several of the counts, she did so with her husband of five years at her side. The Sun goes further, specifically stating that, "she was seen in court holding her husband's hand." All of this begs the question: If your partner was accused of a sex crime, would you stand by his or her side?
If you’ve ever logged in to an online dating site, you’ve probably come across the profile of a laid-back guy looking for a girl who is outgoing, smart and funny. This guy likes to spend time with his friends and family. He’s always up for going out but also likes to stay in with a bottle of wine and a movie. His profile picture includes at least one animal or old person. We know you’ve come across this perfectly inoffensive, but obscenely boring guy, because there’s not just one of them. Rather, there are thousands of men with nearly identical profiles on any given site–be it CasualKiss or Plenty Of Fish.