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Dallas Buyers Club
It's time to let the actors who best can play the role, play the role.
Experts Blog

Gender-Bending Hollywood: It's Time To Put The Boxing Gloves Down

Let's talk straight actors stealing all the gay roles, e.g. Jared Leto playing Rayon in Dallas Buyers Club (big clap for the Oscar winner), and gay actors stealing all the straight roles, e.g. Zachary Quinto playing Spock in Star Trek Into The Darkness. Where's the equality in all of this?

When Did Men And Women Swap Roles?
Experts Blog

When Did Men And Women Swap Roles?

I’m beginning to think our role-reversal in society has taken full effect. Men have vaginas now, and women have penises. I’ve been meeting the most feminine men ever recently. Nowadays, men don’t even know how to lead as a man. Men are so afraid to talk to women you’d think they were a little girl cowering in the corner from a spider. And women are out their constantly having to act like men. It’s women leading the way.

Are Dads The New Moms?
The new wave of Mr. Mom.
Love Buzz

Are Dads The New Moms?

Although that cliché of the single parent being a mother will never quite leave our brains, the fact is many men, far more than ever, are single dads.

3 Easy Steps To Enjoy Children
Experts Blog

3 Easy Steps To Enjoy Children

Imagine a scene where you are laughing and having fun with the children in your life?  Can you picture the joy you will feel when there is no stress or  disharmony?  Is it possible to have that quality time with your family and children in your circle of influence?  You will think more positively after you have read these three easy steps to really enjoy children.

Ms. Christian Grey? Study Tells Women To Take Charge During Sex
Channel your inner Christian Grey for once, not your "inner Goddess."
Love Buzz

Ms. Christian Grey? Study Tells Women To Take Charge During Sex

Despite our fantasies of Don Draper or Christian Grey, it's most likely a Michael Cera type who will be able to satisfy us the most sexually. A new Yale University study published in the Sex Roles journal (yes, that exists) found that men who believe they need to be dominant during playtime are less comfortable asking women about their sexual needs.

man cooking
Who doesn't love a man that knows how to cook?
Love Buzz

Why We Need More Men In The Kitchen

Men (in the most general of terms) have been wandering into the kitchen, with a sense of distinct purpose and not just to raid the fridge, for at least a decade or more.

love book
There's no finite book of rules when it comes to dating -- that's why these surveys exist!
Love Buzz

Dating Rules: Are Young Singles Getting More Traditional?

If dating had hard and fast rules, there would be no single people. The world would be a relatively happy place where everyone was in love and beamed happiness as they held hands in the park and merrily frolicked along. ...Right?

strong man muscle
Into buff guys? According to science, they don't make the best boyfriends.
Love Buzz

Science Says: Don't Date The Muscular Guy!

According to a study conducted at the University of Westminster, stronger men make awful boyfriends. The study surveyed 327 straight British men, more than a third of whom were single, and discovered that the more muscular the participant, the more likely he was to have sexist beliefs and hostility toward women.

ann romney
Let's not bash Ann Romney for her life choices.
Love Buzz

Ann Romney Should Be Proud Of Her Stay-At-Home Mom Status

My sister is a stay-at-home mom. Her day starts at 6 a.m., when my nephews get up, and isn't over until the last of the two monkeys heads off to bed around 8 p.m. Every single second of her day is dedicated to my two nephews, ages two and three, and I can say without a single doubt in my mind that my sister is the hardest worker I know.

housewife retro
Women are no longer relegated to being housewives -- but that doesn't mean we're equal.
Love Buzz

Are Gender Roles In Relationships On Their Way Out?

Stay-at-home dads and breadwinning moms may be the norm soon, predicts Liza Mundy in her new book, "The Richer Sex." She points out that "almost forty percent of U.S. working wives now outearn their husbands," and that traditional gender roles are a thing of the past. It's not surprising, given that society's view of women has rapidly changed in the past century. But what does this mean for relationships?