"Hi, Honey!" I said as I poked my head out from the kitchen. "How was the gangbang at the bowling alley?" My husband swung through the front door lugging film equipment. "Pretty whatever," he said. "Four massive dudes and two roller girls." We were newlyweds. Ours was not your typical greeting.
If you haven't heard, Monica was not the first. A few years ago, a biography on John F. Kennedy was released that included mention of an 18-month-long affair between a White House intern, Mimi Beardsley Alford, and the president. At the time, New York's Daily News found the woman,
I recently read Jeff Mac's very funny book, Manslations (Sourcebooks), which is basically a phrase book for ladies to help us decipher the Language of Lads. It's certainly a time-saver for those of us used to spending hours IM'ing our friends, dissecting last night's date's behavior. But the fact is, men aren't the only ones who say one thing and mean another . . . some miscommunications transcend gender lines. Here are eight…
We all agreed that house parties are the ideal venue for making a move—you're at the same party so you have at least one thing in common, it's easier to mingle, and people are more open to strangers than at the bar. That being said, scoring a girl's contact info is never easy. Here are four favors you can bestow on the lucky fella who has caught your eye:
Here at YourTango we try to give you the male perspective; in fact, What Guys Think is one of our most popular sections, so we know you're interested in the male mind. In the spirit of decoding dudes, we're giving NYC-based ladies a chance to go straight to the source with the Man Panel, part of Lord & Taylor's Dating Boot Camp
But what about you, the dress distressed divorced diva? It’s been some time since you last went on a first date or that you even attempted to see what’s out there in Guyville. Can it still be that nerve-wrecking to decide about what to wear on a date? You betcha. But it doesn’t have to.
"The economy’s so bad we had to lay off one of our kids," comedian Jonathan Katz recently joked. Pretty funny. And absurd. But what about laying off the stork? Now there’s an idea…
Mary Roach, author of the books Stiff, Spook and Bonk rounded up 10 surprising facts about orgasms. While us ladies spend absurd amounts of time reading articles, trying out new toys and using new fangled ways of fantasizing in order to get more of them consistently—you'll be interested to learn orgasms can biologically happen while dead and not touching your genitals at all. Yeah. Go figure.Chinese Demolish Sex Theme Park
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MSNBC recently explored the idea of how boredom affects divorce and while the potential may seem scary, the solution is surprisingly easy. "Shared challenges and exciting diversions are what make relationships hot long after the wedding gown has been packed up and stored away" the article states. "Boredom and a dull, daily routine, can kill a marriage, squashing intimacy and romance."