Luckily, there are a bevy of shy girl tactics that have proven effective time and time again. And the best part is, they don't require you to go out on a limb. In fact, you don't even have to leave the tree trunk. The key is to keep your options open and diversify your targets. And even if dates don't immediately result, the least you get is a huge confidence boost, and who wouldn't want that?
We stumbled upon an Australian study that said men who smoke pot daily have four times as hard of a time climaxing during sex than those who don't. The study also notes that everyday potheads report premature ejaculation at three times the rate of non-smokers. The study also notes that ladies who smoke everyday are seven times as likely to test positive for an STD.
Senator Ted Kennedy died last night, and today everyone is talking about his legacy—the good parts and the bad, which got us to thinking: Could an incident from someone's past make you unwilling to date them? Case in point: the Chappaquiddick incident.
Kourtney Kardashian, like a lot of reality stars, has chosen to be open about almost everything in her life, and her recent unplanned pregnancy is no exception. But while some people have chosen to criticize her bun-in-the-oven candidness in recent weeks, we can't help but applaud it. In fact, we think there's a lot we can learn from Kourtney Kardashian and her situation.
All this buzz over that Baby Name Wizard application had us thinking about names. Particularly names and how they mangle our view of someone upon meeting them.
Recently, we happened upon a charming little website called DearOldLove.com. The concept is very simple: Much in the way that PostSecret publishes postcards with people's deepest secrets written on them, DearOldLove posts small, poignant notes from people who have one last thing to say to that old lover. Under the guise of anonymity, it's surprising how much that's left unsaid finds itself out in the open for all to read.
So you want to be the other woman? Before you do, learn a thing or two from Kate Major and YourTango about what not to do.
Psychologist and author, Christopher Ryan thinks monogamy doesn't make biological sense. At one point on his blog for PsychologyToday.com he compares married couples to siblings and alludes to their sex as a form of incest.
Biological Anthropologist Helen Fisher wrote an interesting piece about how jealousy is a deeply ingrained and even positive instinct infecting animals and humans alike.
I want to talk about what kind of girlfriends we like having. Okay, let's be honest—you know which of your friends are beautiful. You know when your friend gets more guys than you. Some women feel threatened by their prettier peers. Why do we do this, girls?