When He's Just Not That Into You, Liz Tuccillo and Greg Behrendt's book about identifying dead-end relationships, debuted in 2006 it empowered confused women everywhere to move out and move on (well, at least it happened that way on Oprah). This "you go, girl" attitude arrived to the big screen Friday, February 6. The movie version has a celeb-studded cast including Drew Barrymore, Jennifer Aniston, Ben Affleck, Justin Long (the Mac guy and Drew's ex) and Scarlett Johansson.
A woman was taking the pill and, contrary to anything she'd ever known or expected, get pregnant. With twins. And then it happened again.
In his new book, Decoding Love: Why It Takes Twelve Frogs to Find a Prince and Other Revelations from the Science of Attraction, Dr. Andrew Trees draws on the latest studies in economics, brain science, game theory, evolutionary psychology and other academic and scientific fields to explain why love is about a lot more than romance.
Recycle your cans and bottles. Turn off the lights when you leave the room. Have more sex. The latest research says that we have to cut our rate of harmful emissions by 9% per year to forestall drastic climate change. Now, Love Buzz doesn't know much about the science behind this claim (go here for an explanation) but we do know about the proposed solution: more sex.
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You say you're in love, but are you in it to win it? Put your heart in the game to score huge prizes–a.k.a. awesome gifts for your valentine, since most prizes come in two's! Here are the details for five unique contests. May the best lovers win!
The chairman of Britain's Sustainable Development Commission, Sir Jonathan Porritt, has announced that he believes family planning should eventually be a part of the nation's environmental policy. Fox News thinks he is nuts.
In our piece, The Myth Of The Male Orgasm, we wrote about men who have trouble reaching coming—it's not as uncommon as you think. In fact, an AskMen survey found that 23% of guys have faked an orgasm at some point. Women fake it for various reasons; a common excuse is not wanting to hurt his feelings. AskMen says that guys do it for the same reason. "The prevailing opinion is that men should be able to climax whenever, wherever and under any circumstance," which simply isn't true. Your dude might have trouble coming if he's tired, stressed or drunk, or if he's already climaxed that day. And if that's the situation, he might fake it. Ladies, here are some signs that he might be pretending.
Love Bytes: three must-click sex, dating and relationship links. Elderly folks have great sex, the merits of dressing down for the bar and hating Valentine's Day.