Romance books and movies, according to expert Suzanne Olds, can improve the erotic fantasies of women in real life. Read on to learn the four reasons why that's true.
Don Zimmer or "Popeye" was an iconic baseball player, manager and coach, who passed away today. Sports fans already know his illustrious career on the field, but fewer people know about the second love of his life: his wife of 60-plus years, "Soot." In 1951, he married Carol Jean Bauerle, the girl he been dating since the 10th grade. They exchanged "I do's" at home plate during a minor league game in New York. And as for their less-than-conventional wedding theme? "I'd do it again," she said.
Most people know Japanese American beauty Asa Akira as a pornographic actress and director. But now, she's made the jump from sex actress to author. With the release of her first book, a memoir titled Insatiable: Porn—A Love Story, Akira has put her stamp on what is, for her, a new corner of the world.
A few weeks ago, there surfaced a wedding cake that stole our breath. The tiered cake featured the story of a couple meeting, falling in love and getting married. It was stunning. But it also caused confusion for many people, who 'read' from top to bottom, instead of the other way around, and thought it was the story of a divorce. Not so! But now, an anniversary cake has taken things to the next level.
Okay, so have you ever wondered if you and your sweetie are 'normal'? You probably aren't. The fact is, we're all a little weird, in our own way. But if you really need to feel better, try out the top dysfunctional couples in these six love stories.
Casablanca. The Notebook. Brokeback Mountain. There's something about epic love stories that can soften even the hardest of hearts — and it's not just the stuff of fairytales. Second chances at first love are very real. In fact, we gathered five inspiring love stories from five amazing couples to prove it. From lovers torn apart by war to a celebrity duo who were childhood pen pals, these real couples will restore your faith in romance.
American Airlines' passenger takes to Twitter in hopes to get a missed love connection back on track in order to be reunited with the one who she claims to be her "future husband"
I was 17 and Fred was 24 when we first met. What began as puppy love grew into a lifelong bond and made me believe in undying love. There were a few times when I second-guessed my decision to marry someone else, but our dynamic made it undeniable: We were meant to be in love with each other, but that didn't necessarily mean we belonged together.
Troy and Eliza of Tampa, Fla. met on Match.com in February 2013. Troy -- a football coach and father of three -- was blindsided by a divorce after 19 years of marriage. Eliza -- a special education teacher and a mother of three -- was widowed six years ago after her husband's sudden death. "Actually, when I met Troy online, I was done," Eliza said. "That was it, that was the last [one]. I was like, 'Alright, I'm going to talk to this one last person,' and I was just done. Because when my husband died, I lost every single hope and dream I had for the future.
Discover how James Costello's heartbreaking experience in the Boston Marathon led him to love.
This is not your typical "boy meets girl" love story. Rather, it goes that boy becomes girl and girl becomes boy all before boy meets girl. (What?)
When a man walked into an eatery, unassumingly and ordered a soda, the waitstaff at the restaurant couldn't help but notice that he was looking rather solemn. And then they read the touching napkin note he left behind that reaffirms our belief that love never truly dies.
Ian and Larissa Murphy were college sweethearts who faced a sad twist to their love story, but it only brought them closer together. Plus, secrets to a lasting marriage and the angels from Victoria's Secret don mustaches for Movember.
Once upon a time, there was a photographer who sought to do a photoshoot with the sweetest real-life princess of them all, a 3-year-old little girl named Jayci, and her pit bull prince. The photos prove it — this beats Disney's version any day.
Miley Cyrus twerking, celebrity sex tapes, Twitter rants — these are the things we're used to seeing go viral. That's why, when we spotted the touching photo of Jesse and Kelly Cottle, we were delighted that a triumphant love story had made it's way across the internet as fast as lightening.