Sports and love, as evidenced by Zhao Hongbo and Shen Xu's gold medal in pairs figure skating last night, are closely related. The discipline, dedication, and disappointments athletes experience for the love of a sport can easily apply to how they love another person. That being said, check out what these Olympians have to say about sports—you might never learn how to speed skate ordo the skeleton bob, but you might learn a thing or two about love:
The torch has been passed, and the flame has been lit—the Olympic Games have officially begun. Beyond the usual feats of strength, speed and agility, the Olympics have a lot to teach us. For one thing, the games can show us what love is all about.
This week, bachelor Jake took his remaining three ladies—Tenley, Gia and Vienna—to St. Lucia for the most amazing romantic getaway ever. Monday's promos promised a shocking twist, with past contestant Ali calling Jake and saying she'd made a huge mistake. As you might remember, the San Francisco girl was issued an ultimatum by her employer: come back now or lose your job.
If you've got a slight (secret) libido problem and too much pride to ask for Viagra, fear not. The scientific powers that be have dreamt up a product that's perfect for your garden variety, below-the-belt limpy—erection-enhancing chewing gum! Sexlets officially hits the market in a few weeks.
Nobody gets enough sleep. But while both men and women suffer from lack of sleep, they differ in what prevents them from getting a sound rest.
As a single woman in these modern times, of course I've done online dating. Lots of it. Here's a story that really stuck with me.
According to The New York Times, women are totally outnumbering men on campus. The stats say that female enrollment is up to about 57 percent at most major universities (except the Ivys, where men still outnumber women) since the 2000s. So what does that mean for collegiate dating life? It means it's in crisis.
There's new news about what gets women turned on—and what gets them off, which always piques our interest. There's no better person to explain these orgasmic breakthroughs than our special guest blogger Ian Kerner, author of She Comes First: The Thinking Man's Guide to Pleasuring a Woman, out in paperback for the first time this week.
The 2010 Winter Olympics are off and running and, with all of the hot athletes strutting their stuff and steaming up our chilly winter nights, we thought it was time to get organized about our event viewing. While ice skating is certainly the most glam and obviously provocative to watch, we're getting interested in some of the more high-octane, masculine events at the games. Fearless men in top physical form with fierce competitive streaks? Yes please!
The Chinese New Year kicked off this year on Valentine's Day. On February 14th, 2010 it officially became the year of The Tiger. Tigers, not too unlike their feline namesake, are thought to be rebellious, colorful, passionate, impulsive and vigorous.