Barack Obama was caught checking out the well-rounded backside of Mayara Tavares, a 16-year-old Brazilian girl at the G8 summit in Italy yesterday. The moment, caught on film, is the subject of major criticism in America as well as France, whose president Nicolas Sarkozy participated with Obama in the admiration...but, we say, come on people. These guys are just guys, and it was a nice butt.
Have you ever looked at a French woman and wondered, what makes her so sexy? Author Jamie Cat Callan is American, but grew up with a French grandmother. She realized that French women had some thing that us Americans don’t have. So she went to France to learn how they achieve that seemingly effortless mix of charm and seduction. Below is a short excerpt from her book, "French Women Don’t Sleep Alone: Pleasurable Secrets To Finding Love."
Author Jamie Cat Callan grew up in America, but she has a French grandmother. After traveling between France and the U.S. time and again, Cat Callan realized that French women are, indeed, different from us when it comes to romance. But Cat Callan didn't stop at noticing—she traveled all over the country and interviewed hundreds of men and women about love and romance customs and attitudes in France. The results are catalogued in her delightful book, "French Women Don’t Sleep Alone: Pleasurable Secrets To Finding Love." YourTango spoke with Cat Callan about dinner parties and adultery.
I realized Sarah Palin is not-too-bright when she actually believed the prank caller, "Monsieur Sarkozy," when he said his wife was quite jealous that he was calling her. Why is this so hard to believe? The French President's new wife is Carla Bruni, one of the most beautiful women in the world.
After mining the dating scene for laughs as a writer for Sex and the City, Liz Tuccillo moved on to co-authoring the best-selling book, He's Just Not That Into You. When it came time to work on her next project, the novel How To Be Single, Liz traveled the world to find out what single life was like in other countries.
The UK Times Online published an article this morning on pick-up lines heard 'round the world. One would think that the U.S. would pale in comparison to the Italians or French, but surprisingly, American men come across as thoughtful, complex beings who executive multi-step pick-ups. One Tango staffer says he’s planning to borrow from the Germans and try out “Your eyes are the same color as my Porsche.” Talk dirty to me...