Gin & tonic guys are "often the guys who get thrown out of the bar then appear a few weeks later as if nothing ever happened," says an expert. What's your guy's signature drink? Check out Glo's slideshow and find out what it says about him.
The second week of October is National Pet Peeve Week, and the folks at dating site Zoosk have surveyed their subscribers to see how little annoyances affect their dating life.
I love men, I really do. I've been boy-crazy since my first love, Adam, in pre-school. But there are things about them that drive me mad.
"Glee" star Lea Michele: "I'm a girl who eats … I'll have a big Italian dinner, and I don't give a crap because it makes me happy." We should all be more like Lea Michele!
Movies, TV shows and songs—essentially, all of popular culture—would have us believe that no-strings-attached, casual sex is something that men are more interested in than women. It's true that over the years, gender-based stereotypes have assigned to guys the role of sex-seeking and to ladies the search for something serious. A new study, however, challenges those assumptions—while showcasing how such behavior affects a person's perception of a woman.
Most pop songs are about sex. What would you do if your fiancé didn't get rid of photos from his first wedding? Are we still making people feel bad about their number of sexual partners? A telephonic service that lets you pretend you have a girlfriend. Fun cheap dates.
PSA: to #FirstLadies everywhere, its time we place the notion that woman can behave like guys to rest. In a recent #mainconference with my fellow co-workers, men expect their woman to have a virgin like image. In the 70s,woman were burning their bras fighting for the right to be free and express themselves as sexual beings. This revolution has taken an ugly turn for the worst and has become extremly troublesome. In today’s culture sexual freedom has manifested into promiscuous and slutty behavior that has trickled down into our teenage girls.
Uncomfortable silences, awkward pauses. We've all been in those kinds of conversations. But they can be ten times worse when they happen on a first date! So, how do you keep the conversation flowing? We asked Dan Abelon, co-founder and CEO of SpeedDate.com for his top five first date topics.
While being a cougar may be a trend among middle-aged women (at least according to TV), a new survey has found that ladies actually prefer men who are six years their senior.
As I recently answered a witty e-mail from an online dating site while ignoring a boilerplate one, I got to thinking about the similarities between searching for someone to date and looking for a job. In both cases, your resume/profile and initial letter are the only thing standing between a dream life and rejection. Here's how you can be better at both.
Just because a guy may be "financially challenged" at the current time doesn't mean he isn't the right guy for you--he could still be in grad school, helping family, or simply struggling to find a job in this terrible economy. Here are 5 pieces of advice to steer you clear of sticky situtations in the money department.
If you have gay male friends, you've probably heard them mention Grindr at least once, if not a thousand times. For those of you not familiar with the app, it uses GPS technology to track other gay men in your vicinity available for "meetups." According to one of my single gay friends, this app has "revolutionized his dating life." Another calls it "a slutty hookup heaven." Soon, we'll be able to draw our own conclusions. This week, the company is launching a version of the app for heteros called Project Amicus.
When you're on a date, it's natural to want to impress him, but generally guys are pretty simple--if he likes how you look, sound, and smell, you shouldn't have to try too hard. But to keep your deck fully stacked, here are 17 ways to keep him coming back for more.