It's a well-known fact that a woman's menstrual cycle can cause mood swings. But the power of a period lays in much more than a hormonal rage or two—it can completely changes a man's syntax.
Well first let's define Booty Call. According to Urbandictionary.com definition numero 2. (The explanation our relationship coaches liked most) breaks it down pretty clear: Booty Call: (noun) a phonecall, page,or conversation aimed at getting into your pants. Not an invite to a movie or dinner, not just coffee, not a casual or formal get-together, just a plain old-fashioned “let’s fuck”
If you’re in your 40s or 50s and you have kids in the house, you’re probably familiar with what I like to call “dueling hormones.” This is that ever-so-special time when mom is going through perimenopause and menopause, and her kids are going through puberty, all under the same roof. With all these hormonal fluctuations happening at once, things can get more than a little hectic!
It's a well-known (and somewhat sad and annoying) fact that us gals like to go for bad boys. The top dawgs, the reckless bad-asses who don't let society's rules keep them in place — yup, those are the kind of people lots of us want to date. Turns out, this phenomenon is alive and well in the penguin community too!
More proof that birth control pills can be evil: Women who are on the drug tend to choose partners who are less attractive and worse in bed.
Every October, or Breast Cancer Awareness Month as it's known, the little pink ribbons come out in droves. We get inundated with info about BSEs (breast self-exams), annual mammos, and all the latest technology out there for breast cancer prevention. And it's amazing, but sometimes the little-known but surprising facts about breast cancer aren't the ones most publicized. Yet, they might be extremely helpful.
A man loses testosterone when he has a baby. Things you don't know about your menses. Why are we taking sex so seriously? Signs you're a high-maintenance girlfriend. How to break down emotional walls after a breakup. Signs you're too comfortable in your relationship.
Apparently women remember objects that are presented to them more accurately when they are introduced by a deep male voice, as opposed to a higher-pitched male voice.
If you thought it was sexist to assume that girls aren't good at science, maybe you should think again. A recent study in the journal Hormones and Behavior found that genetics play a key role in the career choices we make.
If he's been feeling rundown lately, become unusually short-tempered and restless, has less interest in sex, complains that his joints ache, or wakes in the middle of the night sweating, the reason could be male menopause—or, as some doctors call it, "andropause." It's triggered by dropping hormone levels in middle-age. Sound familiar?
So you know you're not interested in 'serious'. Maybe you've recently divorced, or gone through a break up. Or maybe you're simply focused on other aspects of your life right now. Nonetheless, some part of you is craving sex. BIG time. And you're considering having a casual sexual relationship (or two...or five) cause otherwise, you swear you just might go insane.
For many of us, infidelity is what makes us weary of committed relationships. Whether it's our own past experiences or a discouraging divorce rate, being cheated on is not something we want to go through. But now there's a study that reveals the way to peg a cheater and it’s simply listen to their voice.
There's a lot of recent research showing that women behave differently when they are ovulating – dressing in more provocative ways, boosting their desire to head out to parties, staring more at handsome symmetrical men, and feeling a boost in attraction toward strangers (if those strangers are handsomer than their current partners).
At seven and a half months pregnant, I am awkward. I am tired. I am gassy. I am not, despite my husband's daily protests to the contrary, sexy. My libido is as MIA as my waistline, and although sometimes I feel like I should throw my husband a bone, I'm at the point where when it's bedtime, I have absolutely nothing left.