Anthony Weiner proved a few things. First of all, even fairly smart dudes and legendary athletes do dumb stuff. Sometimes they throw horrible interceptions, sometimes they think yelling the loudest will make people hear you better and sometimes they send unbidden images of their bodies to people. Here's how you can avoid making a real boner when it comes to texting and tweeting scandalous photos to people.
Politicians are no strangers to scandal, but thanks to the popularity of social networking and sexting, we've got a whole new branch of governmental wrongdoing to deal with. Our prime suspect: Congressman Anthony Weiner.
Reasons for and against monogamy. What some ladies think about porn. Why dudes hate romantic comedies. A few good romantic comedies. Why you shouldn't fake the big O. How to please a woman (in bed). The merits of condomless sex. What is Sloppy Laydown? Seriously, stop whining, it's killing your relationship. Deanna Favre has faith. Seven signs he could be cheating. A woman married... herself. Getting tricked into buying your own engagement ring. Let's get some courtship back in modern romance. And what his Halloween costume says about him.
Apple's Steve Jobs said (paraphrasing!) to get an Android if you want to watch porn rather than his iPhone. And now he's taking sexting on headfirst. Apple has a product coming out of 2008 patent that will allow users (and parents!) to filter objectionable text message content. Will this really change anything for anyone? Could this have stopped Brett Favre?
Oh, Brett Favre. Did you learn nothing from Tiger Woods? In a move that may just end the 20-year veteran's career, the sports blog Deadspin.com reported last week that the married NFL quarterback sent sexual text messages and voicemails to a pretty, female sideline reporter named Jenn Sterger while they were both employees of the New York Jets.
In addition to wanting to maintain the bachelor lifestyle, George Clooney doesn't want kids. While the 2 seem to go hand in hand, he explained his rationale for the latter. It seems like someone really wants the public at-large to beg him for kids. For the good of the planet.
When Brett Favre left the field last season after his final game as a Green Bay Packer and professional quarterback, millions of women, many happily married wives among them teared up. And, so too, I imagine, did their husbands, worried that the departure of the man who had caused unexpected female fans to tune in on Sundays and Mondays would mean an end to game day counting as a couples activity.