Love Bytes: three must click sex, dating and relationship links. Jenn's dating again, don't diss your girlfriends and online dating woes.
Mama's boy or not, your husband's mother had first dibs on your guy even before you were old enough to walk, let alone say "I do." Now that you're married, there are a few things she'd like you to know about the man you now call your own.
Bitterness is for the birds. And sweeping generalizations rarely, if ever, hold true. All women are not bitter, and along those lines, all men are not emotionally bankrupt. We got a call tonight from a friend who was ready to give up on men. Nonsense, we said.
Facebook to finances; housewives to one-night stands, if you weren't on top of YourTango this week, you missed out.
A recent study from the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Germany discovered that male chimps who share their meat with the ladies are twice as likely to mate with them. Researchers studied a group of chimpanzees in the Tai Forest reserve in Ivory Coast and recorded hunting and mating patterns. They discovered sharing food not only helps the males get laid, but helps the women beef up and become more fertile. Meat, the scientists explain, is an important element in their diet because it's high in protien, and lady chimps don't hunt so can't get it on their own. Which, is unlike us. We're fully capable of buying our own dinner, but like us, the ladies don't always put out immediately following the meat-sharing.
If an office romance isn’t your speed, at least take advantage of the time you spend getting to work every day. An hour here and there amounts to endless opportunities to test out various flirting techniques and give your love life a promotion.
Love Bytes: three must click sex, dating and relationship links. Kissing up to the family, fake boobs and lying about your number.
Is New York ready for same-sex marriage? Gov. David Paterson thinks so. Paterson announced a proposal today to allow same-sex marriage in the Empire State.
Is clumsy dancing grounds for automatic romantic elimination? Yes, according to Dr. Pam Spurr, a UK-based relationship expert. In her article for the Times Daily, she advises readers to "beware of dancing, or the display of any other behavioral oddities, when you first meet."
Spring has finally arrived! Tra-la! No more scratchy sweaters, no more dry skin, no more whining about boys who've done me wrong. I'm letting the season's tantalizing optimism take me over.