Trying to get your guy to tell you what's bothering him? Wondering why he doesn't seem interested in hearing about your horrible day? Don't worry, ladies: It's not that your boyfriend doesn't care or that he's trying to seem strong. According to a new study, it's just that most males think discussing problems is a waste of time.
Cosmo is at it again, serving up the latest batch of crazy sex advice in their August issue. And once again, College Candy took the opportunity to make digs at their sometimes cringe-worthy sex tips. They've got some pretty hilarious things to say, but we here at YourTango like to add our own hilariousness to the mix.
By Julie Fishman If you do have trouble acting “normal” around men, you probably admire the guys’ girl, that rare breed of female that can almost automatically relate to dudes. From talking sports to tossing back drinks, these women seem completely comfortable in front of their male cohorts. However, I can tell you from experience that being a guys’ girl isn’t all fist pounds and high fives.
I was wondering how he was able to breathe. He had been talking non-stop for most of the night, covering every topic under the sun: his job, his family life, where he vacations, how big his apartment is, what languages he can speak, and now, as if he's finally running out of things to say, what he was like in high school. Which was 10 years ago.
Perfectly good sex can be ruined by really bad manners. There is an unwritten code of sex conduct. Follow it, and your partner will likely be a repeat customer. Break it, and you may screw the likelihood of boning again. After the jump, some examples of bad manners in the bedroom that will get you kicked to the curb.
Man, after a long day at work, it sure is nice to curl up on my couch with a lusty and luscious Cosmo and some Cameron Diaz sideboob! Which, by the way, I stared at for 10 minutes, wondering what would happen to dear Cameron if a gust of wind (or just some heavy breathing) blew through. I mean, can that even qualify as a shirt?
My boyfriend needs to get a life, that doesn't include me! I have been with my boyfriend for 2 years now. We have been living together since we met, and have a great relationship. We are very compatible and enjoy spending company together. We have a lot in common and enjoy doing the same things. The only thing that bothers me is that my boyfriend only spends time with me. I know- sooo bad right?! But it actually is. He has no friends and never goes out to do guy things. I wouldn't mind if he went to a bar or a movie with a friend.
Bold lips were all over the spring runways. Red, orange, fuchsia, watermelon—you name it, that lipstick color was probably present. In fact, it was one of my favorite looks for the season. Now, I may not be taking the bright-orange lipstick leap, but I'm also not necessarily opposed to injecting a little bit of high fashion into my beauty routine. It's fun to work a smoldering red pout or statement deep pink now and then, right? Well, I think so, but I wondered if guys would be quite as crazy about this bold beauty trend. So, I asked a few.
What's with the double standards in relationships? It's always been a touchy subject, especially for the girls, but when is it justified and when is it just flat out wrong? Let's be honest, when girls get together they talk about guys. Whether it's praising, complaining or venting, when there are girls, there is some serious girl talk is going down. So let's talk about girls who are in relationships.
So one topic that's been popping up a lot lately between my friends and I, and also just girls of my age is: 'What do we want?' It's been instilled in us to always make these great and vast decisions and then expected to deliver promising results. Deciding on a college, a major, friendship circle, sorority, job, career, the list goes on and on. But how are we ever to be sure we even know what we really want?
This girl really needs some advice: "This is a question for the guys : If your girlfriend asks you to see your cell phone and you don't, are you hiding something ? or is it really a matter of privacy ? Would you still not let her see you phone if you have nothing to hide and she tells you that's all it would take to fix your relationship? COMMENTS please." by POISON Give Poison some real advice she can use at cheatconfession
"Hey people, Im a young responsible 25 years old young man, who is engaged and has a daughter with a woderful fiance and mother. Everything is swell in our 4 years of being together. We both have careers, we love each other and are still attracted to each other. However, my fiance has ZERO sex drive! and mine is in full gear! This is beginning to become an issue, considering we have talked about this problem on more than 50 occasions...not kiding.
My favorite band played at a local venue I regularly attend. I took a multitude of photos during the show. That caught the guitarist's attention and he approached me after the show. He ended up being a really laid back guy. We became friends, despite the 10 year age difference. I'm 18 and he's 28. After talking for a long time over a few weeks, he decided to come over and hang out. As we were talking and relaxing, in close quarters, things got pretty heated. In my life, I have never encountered such a passionate lover.
"I'm in a happy relationship, but I've ben very sexually activve my whole life. This gorgeous guy started working at the restaurant I work at for the summer, and I ahd to have him. After work one shift I gave him a bj, and then he felt guilty because he new I had a boyfriend. Things were chill for a while, but I wanted to blow him again. He said no, but I gave him one anyway and I made him cum all over my face...felt so good. :) I don't regret it. I bite my lip evertime I see him now. My bf has no clue,, but it's all cool becaue I blow him too. Reason: He was gorgeus, I had to have him."by BK Tell BK what you think Follow us on twitter for up to the minute updates