Friends come and go, but best friends are here for life. Here's some secrets on how women can stay friends with other women without there being any problems.
She tried to fix it herself. Honest. This is another “without fail” story. And if you’re a woman who speaks that binary computer mumbo dot jumbo, spare me. Go fix a good pot roast or something; then we’ll talk. I am not a stupid woman. Even though I have trouble with the times table for seven, I am not diminished; I’ve never had to use 7 x 8 in real life, anyway. Hear me roar.
As the digital driving force in love & relationship news, YourTango has not only provided you with thought-provoking, up-to-the-moment insights about love and relationships, but has stood by your side in your pursuit of happiness. Now we've decided to take a jab at a wonderful opportunity to appear on two thrilling panels at South By Southwest (March 8 - 17, 2013). Of course, your active participation is needed and greatly appreciated. Spread the word, vote and comment and we just might end up in Austin!
I wish I had known how spectacular females are, and then honored myself as one among them. Males love the company of females. The most important thing in a relationship is that HE really gets YOU and vice versa. Really getting someone requires only that each person pay close attention and listen deeply. Finding someone who really understands you, is like finding a gem in the ocean.
This is probably the most appropriate, most perfect subject we could ever examine on YourTango — a site so deeply devoted to sexuality and male-female relationships. Besides that, it's one of the most crucial and fundamental subjects to almost everyone on planet Earth. Most of us spend a lot of our time thinking about this in one way or another, and we realize that men and women generally have very different tendencies, different priorities, perceptions, ways of thinking, etc.
Dr. Lynda Klau Dear Woman, Are you more “burned out” than you realize, running on empty most of the time? Are you too drained to be truly present with the closest people in your life? When people ask you how you’re doing, do you say “Great!” even though you’re dragging yourself around with your last ounce of energy? Do you feel like your needs don’t count?
Don’t despair! Orgasm is a learnable skill —and every woman can become proficient at getting there. And if you already have your basic orgasm abilities down pat, you can use the same tools to expand your climax-ability.
Is there a logical explanation as to why lady parts can't orgasm consistently or (in some cases) ever during sexual intercourse? Can a pill, patch, cream, or vaginal collagen injection, morph a frigid woman into a sex pot with O-faces aplenty? Here's a round-up of how science has tried to help women reach orgasm.
Today we stumbled upon two studies touting how physical attractiveness plays a role in sperm and their swimming skills. According to scientists, evolution has caused "sperm loads" to thicken or thin depending on how much sex the male gets. Also, men may be able to control their the amount of seminal fluid they ejaculate depending on how attractive they find the female.
Historically, researchers have found women to be turned off by racy ads showing excessive nudity and sexual language. New experiments are showing, though, that the problem for advertisers may not be that sex doesn't sell to women, but rather that women don't often agree with the way sex is portrayed.
In a recent study, Swiss researchers took sweat samples from men and women's armpits, mixed them with the enzymes from bacteria normally found there and discovered that men smell like cheese and women smell like grapefruits or onions. That's right: grapefruit or onion. So, if your man's ever been tempted to sprinkle sugar on you in the morning or sauté you in olive oil for taco night, there you have it.
It's the aged old question—does he want to be friends or is he hoping one night I have one too many beers and my clothes slip off? Despite CNN's 83% "yes" vote in favor of male and female friendships, there are generally two popular schools of thought on such an issue. 1.) Yes, of course men and women can be just friends. (says the woman) And 2.) Are you insane? Men want to sleep with anything moving and halfway decent and unfortunately you fall into that category. (says the man.) Sigh.
As unique as we all like to think we are, there's more lemming in us than we realize. Not only are our actions open to suggestion, as previous studies have shown, so are our opinions about non-essential things like beauty. A new study explains that we have our unconscious brain to thank for that.
Is there a crisis in black relationships? Despite millions of examples of loving couples, black women and men still have negative perceptions of each other. As a successful black woman in her 30s, marriage is on my mind. So I set out to find out where these perceptions came from—and if they are true.