If you're a semi-attractive woman caught in a sex scandal, what do you do? Go to church? Apologize to your lover’s wife? Feel just a teeny bit remorseful? The correct answer is: pose for Playboy! And while May’s cover girl Ashley Dupre is the latest harlot to grace the magazine's glossy pages, she's hardly the first.
Zack Iniguez is a techy geek who proposed to his lady via iPad. Aww. In honor of this new-found use for the iPad, we've compiled a list of our favorite nerdy engagement stories for your heart-warming pleasure. Who doesn't love a geek in love?
We love GLEE. And we know you do, too. What's not to love? The songs, the great guest stars, Jane Lynch's hilarious put-downs...but what we love the most are the guys! There are several very different characters on the show, and your favorite GLEE guy can probably tell you a lot about your real life "type."
If you think that regular civilians are the only ones who have an opinion on Hollywood scandals, think again. Lots of celebrities have voiced their opinion over the Tiger Woods and Jesse James scandals. Here's a roundup of what some have said, according to US Magazine, PopEater and ABC News, among other sources
Contrary to what Kermit the Frog once told us, it's actually pretty easy being green—if you use your imagination and are willing to be a little adventurous. Here are ten eco-friendly date ideas, all of which require very little effort. Try them out this Earth Day—or any day you want to have some fun without being hard on the planet. Go green dating!
Sometimes us guys have a hard time picking up on flirting. Sure, we all know that business about you touching your hair when we're talking and leaning forward and touching a chest (his or yours) when you giggle, but those "sure-fire signs" can be interpreted as wrestling with a bad hair day or a case of laughter-induced vertigo, respectively. On the other hand, overdoing it can be supremely embarrassing. The best play is the middle ground. Here are nine low-risk pickup tricks with oodles of upside:
Have things changed between you? Signs that your relationship is emotionally abusive.
On top of my general gripes with what is Wrong with dating, dates and the whole dating scene, I've thoroughly plumbed the depths of my own depravity, trying to suss out what is perhaps Wrong with me, and fully explored what is Wrong with you. But today I'm going to paint a picture of the perfect date. I don't want perfection, nor do I strive for it, but I think it could be a helpful exercise to look at what I would deem an ideal situation, from how we meet to our first date. Perhaps we'll find out I'm hopeless or unrealistic or simple in my desires and tastes. I've never really thought about exactly what I'm looking for, I've only known when I haven't found it. But I think this is what it looks like ...
Celebs are under constant pressure to look their very best, and even though what's attractive is entirely subjective, the general opinion is that "the very best" equals "the very thinnest." And while it may seem that that pressure to be skinny is only directed at women, men feel it too. But we hope the following 7 guys don't change a thing, because we love them just the way they are: cuddly and cute!
Five ways couples can spend their tax returns together. According to a report by USAToday.com, tax refunds are up by 10 percent this year, with estimates at around $3,036 for the average American. We're going to advise that all of you be responsible and spend a good three-quarters of that on something useful (paying off debt, adding to your IRA, etc.) But the other quarter? Why not spend it on a fun date night, sexy gift or travel with your main squeeze.
The Frisky's “Mind of Man” columnist has argued that couples moving in together is the kiss of death for a relationship. This other writer thinks he's crazy—always, always, always move in together before you commit to marriage!—but there are other real kiss of death moments for couples. Check out "15 Signs You're Headed For Bed Death" below. Just don't be mad if you decide to dump your boyfriend as a result.
As fierce, independent women, we like to think that we don't need men. And we don't. We can change our own tires... open our own jars... move our own furniture... Still, it sure is nice to have men around. Which is why YourTango put together this nifty little list of the 10 things we love about them. Guys: Consider this a love letter from us to you.
Love. Sex. Boys. Girls. The same problems and frustrations again and again. We've been there countless times, wondering when we'll find that ONE, that perfect person we want to stay with forever and ever. Even in a relationship, we reach a point where the person we're with doesn't feel as special as he or she used to. What if you could guarantee a spark that lasted—no matter who you were with—and a happier life to go along with it? The ancient teachings of Buddhism suggest that we can do just that if we transform our relationships into spiritual partnerships. If we use our relationships to make us wiser, kinder and more compassionate, we can actually change how they function. Whether you're in a relationship or seeking a new one, here are 10 methods for building a spiritual partnership.