In honor of the 140th anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi's birth, we've culled together 4 ways to practice, in your love life, what he preached throughout his life. As Indians take a national holiday to celebrate the anniversary of the politician and spiritual leader's birth, we examine several quotes for which he's best known. Turns out, they serve as good relationship advice, too.
A recent study of 295 women between the ages of 20 and 65, both pre and post menopausal, proved that those most dissatisfied with their sex lives are also significantly less content in general.
Can you believe that it is October? Neither can we. The temperature has dropped. Leaves are changing. Winter clothes are now lining our closets. And everybody seems to have caught a cold. Don't worry if you are lying in bed this weekend, YourTango has rounded up the most interesting posts for your reading pleasure: Sexual healers, Christian women looking for a beating, and more!
One of the most common complaints I hear from women is that men don't listen. Be it at work where their good ideas are ignored or at home when their spouse totally forgets what she told him. Why can't men listen? They can, if you follow these five steps.
Researchers for Finkel & Eastwick watched a group of men and women speed date. They think men may be more selective if women did more pursuing, and similarly women were pickier when the men did the chasing. What can we learn from this? To be assertive in our love lives. Stop waiting for them to happen to us.
That's right, ladies. The good men you pine for are right there, all up in your grill, listening to your bellyaching, patiently enduring your inability to manage your own flamboyant, capricious romantic expectations and dreary reality. These good guys are co-workers, classmates, and, most importantly, friends.
German men stink, Greek men are too eager, and the English are too bloody lazy. So who is good in bed? Women around the world share their international between-the-sheets experience, and the results prove to be shocking yet informative.
Society has well-worn, oft-rhyming phrases for when it comes to choosing between friends and boyfriends: "Bros before hos," "Chicks before dicks." But despite all these handy expressions, most of us know that when relations between a close friend and a lover go sour, picking a side is vastly more complicated than three-word idioms. Here are five signs (with their exceptions) that your friend might be poisoning your relationship.
Ever since Mackenzie Phillips dropped the bombshell on Oprah Winfrey last week about her decade-long "consensual" sexual relationship with her late father, the world has been asking: Why would anyone consent to having sex with one's dad, and for ten whole years? Our answer: Despite Mackenzie's choice to use the word "consensual" in describing her relationship with her father, it never really was. Here's why.
The old cliché warns against judging a book by its cover, and this is especially true when sizing up a lover. You just can't tell how sexually adventurous a person is by looking at them. Appearances don't always deceive; sometimes they just obscure the truth. And I've learned over the years that just because she looks Amish, doesn't mean she doesn't have a vibrator the size of a jackhammer under her bed.