I was a gay Boy Scout. I didn't know it at the time but I definitely was what the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) fears most.
When I was single, I remember those days of wondering when the heck was I gonna find my man? I was so SICK and TIRED of being alone. I hated the feeling of those lonely Saturday nights by myself (and Friday nights, and Sunday nights… and…) I had so many doubts that I’d ever even find a good man at all and fears of being alone forever. That maybe, by some weird freak of nature, I was “meant” to be alone. Can you relate?
I wanted to get away from the more standard type of Valentines Day articles that seem to surround gifts and hot sex, so I asked this question on my Facebook page: What topic should I write about for Valentines Day?
As exciting as it was watching the Baltimore Ravens play the San Francisco 49ers for the Super Bowl title, one of the better parts of the game was watching the commercials. They say sex sells and this years collection of ads proved the saying to be true. Spotlighting The Big Easy's allure of sex, love and magic - here's four things I learned about dating from watching the game.
Coming up with Valentine’s Day gift ideas can be a challenge, especially if you’ve been together a while. Roses are always a lovely choice but are overpriced during the holiday, and chocolate doesn’t usually go over well with most women who are constantly watching their figures. Getting a gift for a man can be very difficult, too, especially when you want to give him something that’s still in the theme of
When a man whistles at you, how does that make you feel? According to the Daily Mail, an old-fashioned wolf whistle encourages 38 percent of women to stick to their diets and 54 percent of those asked admitted they loved receiving one. Clearly many women think it's flattering.
Assertiveness-Getting What You Want In the world today we are faced with many choices. We are all built with the instinct for fight or flight when faced with confrontation. But there is a third way--it is to speak up with an assertative voice about what we really want and need in life.
Question I’ve been married for almost seven years. The two of us met while in college, fell in love and then married. We don’t have kids. Now my husband wants a divorce. When I ask him for a reason, he just says we have nothing in common.
Question I’m fortunate to have a great family, good friends, and a successful career. I feel like I’m in a good place, except that I’m missing a partner with whom I can share my life. While my parents would like me to be proactive in searching for a mate, I hear from others that I’ll eventually meet my special someone. What do you think? Answer
Dear YourTango family, Are you 25 or older? Have you ever been in love? Please take my 10-minute online survey by Friday, Feb. 8, and be part of a formal research project I am conducting at Dominican University of California. This is a voluntary and completely anonymous survey investigating the effects “first love” may have on future relationship satisfaction. Your participation is valuable and we appreciate your taking the time to help us make this project a success! We'll be sharing the results of the survey in a later posting here.