What guys think about performing oral sex. When sex hurts. Porn stars on fake orgasms. Five tips to spice up your sex life. The plus-side of separate beds. Improving your vacation sex. Society's unraveling and text breakups. Who keeps the friends after a breakup? Relationship paradoxes. Easy ways to separate creeps from nice guys. Why dudes think the grass is green over there. Finally, dating AND sky diving!
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Everyone knows that women like flowers, except when they don't. Confused? It turns out that most women like it when men send them flowers. They feel special. But, for a healthy chunk of them, the specialness wears off when those flowers arrive at their office. It turns out that the extra attention makes many ladies uncomfortable. Most women like being comfortable. So, check in on her feelings before you decide to send flowers.
While the concept of a shotgun wedding has been around since, well, before shotguns were invented, rarely do the firearms ever actually show up at the wedding. And for good reason, though guns don't kill people, excitable people with guns do. A couple in Sicily ended up having their wedding day turned upside down with a firearm mishap.
Stop me if you've heard this one: Men who cheat are misogynist pigs who wish they could just club women over the head and drag them back to their lair to have their way with them. Totally over-blowing it, right? Not so black-and-white, right? Sometimes there are circumstances, right? You can't expect powerful, charming and rich men to just turn it off, right? Whatever your stance on male infidelity, know this: men who cheat aren't the sharpest tools in the shed (though some of them are tools in general).
Some lenders are really sharpening their pencils when it comes to mortgages. Fresh off of a spanking due to the EZ money era, banks, credit unions, etc. are twice shy about giving people too much rope to hang themselves with (sorry). This time around, they (lenders) are very concerned about dips in income, even if temporary, and have made pregnant couples jump through extra hoops to get their little slice of heaven.
The safety of donor eggs. Simple wardrobes. Why being a women rocks (from a dude's perspective). Women starting to bridge earning gap. What a gal thinks about a threesome. The make-or-break third date. And the break after a third date. How would he win YOU back? The importance of love letters. When you love her but hate her pets. The irresistible traits of a college dude. And a bedroom humiliation.
You know how some guys really just seem hesitant to get married? Maybe they have some commitment phobia or think that putting a ring-a-ding on it will steal their youth. There are as at least as many reasons as there are common-law married couples for cold feet. Well, not sure if you've seen this video but this gentleman's feet were approaching absolute zero.
The traditional matrimony industry isn't always as mutable as you'd like. That's where two broads from East Point, GA (it's in SW Atlanta*) decided to make a difference. Kristen and Maria Palladino had one devil of a time getting everything lined up for their nuptials and decided that others may also need a point in the right direction. To that end, they created Equally Wed, a web-zine dedicated to the gay marriage niche.
A professional competitive eater named Hall Hunt decided that you cannot stop being who you are even on your wedding day. He married a 25-year-old named Emily Wright and, in a tip of the cap to his part-time vocation, they had a wedding cake eat-off. And for extra strange love, the two invited competitive eating champion Joey Chestnut to enter the fray.
In some places, it is customary for the bride and groom to exchange wedding and/or engagement gifts. But all these guys with their monogrammed letter openers, Waterford salad bowls, and coupons for snuggles and car detailing got nothing on this fellow from the Show Me state. In Missouri, a man gave his bride a winning lotto ticket.