Hey, another Star Wars themed wedding right here in the good old US of A. A couple from Portland decided that the best way to tie the knot would be to invite a few friends over, dress up all sci-fi, and do this damn thing. Well done. Screw societal norms.
A wedding gift registry firm in the UK has gone out of business. But about 2,000 couples were left in the lurch. The firm's honcho claims that it will cost the bank less money to provide the gifts than it would to refund the money. The couples now blame the bank instead of the firm. Way to spin it, guy.
A cuckold living in the UK has been waging a one-man campaign against an American investment banker. It turns out the banker had relations with the man's wife a few years ago. The cuckold's marriage ended recently and that seemed to be the impetus for a vicious internet smear campaign. The internets just ain't as safe as they used to be.
There are some issues the pill. Some of these issues may affect good and honest citizens such as yourself. Evidently, it's a good idea to know all the facts before doing it bareback.
According to a recent article, it may be human nature to keep romantic backup plans. It can happen in 1 of 2 ways; you can go into a relationship with someone and just hope your "10" comes along later or you can actually keep a backup in case your Plan A falls through. To paraphrase Jennifer Aniston from Office Space, "Uh, how is this not cheating?"
This year's SwingFest kicks off today just north of Miami. It should be a fun weekend. Hopefully someone doesn't forget the Viagra and penicillin. Their website claims that 5,000 couples will be in attendance. The children's textbook convention will be way more exciting this year.
A man in southern Russia decided to undergo radical penis extension surgery in order to better please his wife. Things didn't really work out as expected. The prosthetic didn't perform as advertised and his wife wants a divorce. Easy come... easy go.
Sometimes nerds breakup. It's a fact and sometimes those nerds have developed enough fame that they have a real platform to take their grievances public. Julia Allison and Charles Forman show us how it's done.
According to SkyNews, 2 women in the UK had split birth quadruplets within 22 hours of one another. Confused? Don't be. Karen Wesolowski and Martha Padgett spent 3 years and like $70,000 trying to get pregnant. The lesbian couple tried it all and finally the IVF took... for both of them. Using Martha Padgett's eggs and donor sperm the couple decided to double their odds by both undergoing IVF. And the gamble paid off with four-of-a-kind.
In Vitro Fertilization has been in the news pretty regularly as of late. Off the dome, some knobs in the media accused Brangelina of having IVF, there was a lawsuit regarding overzealous use of IVF that was just settled in Australia, and we heard something about reproductive tourism becoming trendy. So, what's this whole business of using test tubes to make babies began 30 years ago. The first IVF baby, that the government acknowledges, was Louise Brown. No-longer-young Louise Brown done turned 30 the other day, according to the Los Angeles Times via the Houston Chronicle.