It's easy going green! Prep for your next date night in eco-friendly fashion with these beauty product suggestions from Eco-Sex: Go Green Between the Sheets and Make Your Love Life Sustainable, by Stefanie Iris Weiss.
Calling all Joan Holloway fans: April 21 is Administrative Professional's Day (aka Secretary's Day), so why not celebrate it with a bit of fantasy? While most of us will probably never have an affair with our silver-haired boss, with a little imagination we can all be sexy secretaries.
A look at four odd sex-related disorders: Restless Genital Syndrome, coital cephalalgia, sexsomnia and priapism.
We here at YourTango love to love. But, now that Earth Day is fast approaching, we can't help but wonder: can we sustain love while also loving the Earth? According to experts such as Ethan Imboden, the founder of Jimmyjane, and Stefanie Iris Weiss, the author of Eco-Sex, the answer is a resounding yes. After all, when we're good to the environment, we tend to be—by extension—good to our bodies. And when we're good to our bodies, others take notice.
It's 2010. Everybody and their father has admitted to using and enjoying sex toys. We gals, in particular, can attend nary a girl's night, book club meeting or parent-teacher conference without ultimately comparing favorite vibrators. But we all know, like sex itself, vibrators can be totally awesome or frightening and weird. A sex toy designer divulges the newest and weirdest in adult toy innovation. Here at Lemondrop we're often like, "Hey, what gives, sex industry? Who invents this stuff?" Answer: Chad Braverman. Well, not just Chad. But he's an actual "adult novelty" designer (for venerable house of naughty-bit ticklers, Doc Johnson), has actually won some awards for his R-rated creations, and he agreed to answer some of our silly questions
Zack Iniguez is a techy geek who proposed to his lady via iPad. Aww. In honor of this new-found use for the iPad, we've compiled a list of our favorite nerdy engagement stories for your heart-warming pleasure. Who doesn't love a geek in love?
Though The New York Post recently ran a story about couples signing "pre-prenups" before marriage is even on the table, most cohabiting, or even co-existing, couples don't bother. I mean, if it's legalities you want, either get married or go down to City Hall and register as domestic partners.
Sometimes you need to read about other people's relationships before coming face to face with your own. We've culled a few favorites that help us deal.
There are so many great things about being single. But by the way our friends, family, government and Olive Garden waitresses treat us, you'd think being single made you some tragic donkey, hopelessly alone and destined to careen off a cliff with no one around to hear your last heehaw. Guess what? Some of us are single by design. Some of us like it.
Love Bytes: 10 must-click love and relationship links. Plus, Matthew Fox lost his virginity at 12-years-old and why you shouldn't have sex with your ex.