Today Eric Tarloff wrote a piece for The Atlantic chiding the American public's appetite for political sex scandals. We think there just needs to be more of them, let us get sick and tired of affairs and closeted homosexuality.
The Fashion Meets Finance party is exactly as it sounds—girls in fashion attempting to meet rich men in finance.
Gretchen Rubin, Huffington Post blogger and author of The Happiness Project (forthcoming), recently compiled a list of 23 phrases that can help couples turn a verbal brawl back down to a constructive fight. Here are YourTango's top picks from that list and why we think they work so well.
Some of you told me I wouldn’t like Twilight, but I bought the book anyway just to see what all the hoopla was about. Well, I finally finished it, and…I appreciated the romance-factor, but I couldn’t help thinking it was giving girls the wrong idea about love and relationships. I did a feminist reading of Twilight and here’s what bugged me:
Last December, I briefly dated a guy who was on the hairy side (c'mon now, it was winter, and it was cold!). While I think that a bit of hair on a guy's chest and back is sexy, lots of hair -- we're talking fur -- is NOT. What I've found, however, is that some women LOVE hairy men.
It's always tricky to mix up work and romance, but in this downturn, I couldn't ignore the very real tug of the rent, loans, bills piling up. So if I couldn't have Raj as my boyfriend, at least there was something else I might get out of this encounter: some much needed peace of mind.
Love Bytes: Five must-click sex, love and relationship links.
All women deserve sexual satisfaction, and the good news is there's something on the market that will help you get it—no matter if the culprit is painful intercourse, loss of libido, or difficulty in maintaining arousal or achieving orgasm. (Of course, it's also good for kicking up the kink for any ol' vagina, orgasmically challenged or not.)
I am well aware that this predilection elicits a giant "ewwww" from most of the sex-having population, but I have always liked a little "daddy talk" in the bedroom. No, I don't want to have sex with MY father, but using the word, loaded as it is with connotations of power and taboo, gets me unapologetically hot.
While recently having dinner with a dear old friend who has joined the married lot, we just had to ask. Come on, we urged. Is there anything about living with your woman that drives you berserk but that you'd never tell her about?