Love Bytes: Three must-click sex, love and relationships links. Type casting, the older man, and your "o-face."
Money may be the root of all evil, but spending differences don't necessarily kill a relationship. Researchers have discovered that cheapskates and spendthrifts have an affinity for each other. Even so, marriages between the two have some rocky moments while they feel each other out financially.
While the average height for a man ranges between 5'8" and 5'11", high heels are stacked at 3", 4" and even 5" these days which means that if you're a single woman on the prowl, the chances are you'll be looking down at your next date.
After the television cameras faded to black and the limelight went dim, Cutie and his lover quietly crept off to the alter to tie the knot and make their union official. On Tuesday, the displaced priest (who because he has not been formally removed by the Vatican is still technically a Catholic priest) married his long-time girlfriend of two years, Ruhama Canellis, reports the Associated Press.
How much do you really need to know? Sure, if I strongly suspect a boyfriend is cheating and lying about it, I'll poke around, but by that point it's just to confirm what I already know. I trust my current man, but I also know there's a lot about his past (and probably present) that is a complete mystery and I'm fine with that. Discuss: I snooped! Which was worse - snooping or his lying? Can't seem to move on...
Our sexual fetish curiosity was piqued when we read about The Human Carpet last week in The New York Times. This got us thinking: what other odd fetishes do people enjoy? We got a little pervy on the Internet and found out. The Crush Fetish, Anthropomorphic furry fetish, Paraplegic Fetish, Omorashi Fetish and shoe fetish all make the list.
Love Bytes: Three must-click sex, love and relationships links. Lowering standards, restoring love, and going without sex.
When your spouse comes home from work and tells you his boss yelled at him in front of three colleagues, do you one-up him with tales of the client who reamed you out in a meeting—and later spilled his coffee on your shirt? If this sounds familiar you may be getting sucked into "misery poker." In a new relationship-focused Wall Street Journal column called Bonds, author Elizabeth Bernstein explores the phenomenon of funereal one-upmanship: trying to outdo each other with tales of woe.
In recent days, the online world has been shocked and enraged over "April's Mom," a woman who has blogged for months about her supposedly doomed pregnancy with a terminally ill daughter-to-be— only to be revealed as a hoaxster in desperate need of attention. But should Beushausen really be sorry? And should her readers really be angry? Don't we all know better than to believe everything we read these days (especially when it's on the web)? You'd think so. But Beushausen isn't the first person to draw criticism from the masses for creating an elaborate online hoax. Below, we've listed 5 Fake Love & Sex Websites That Fooled The World.
"The benefits are amazing." This may be a phrase soon heard from unmarried partners of government workers, straight and gay alike. That's because today, President Barack Obama is expected to extend benefits for federal workers (including healthcare) to the unmarried domestic partners of those workers, Reuters reports.