Forget apples. An orgasm a day keeps the doctor away. People who have regular, satisfying sex live longer, stay in shape, and are generally happier. But during the Victorian era, from 1897 to 1901, sex was strictly viewed as a procreational activity between a woman and her husband. Or, an act between a man and whoever he wanted to have sex with.
It's another girl for Maggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard. The couple welcomed daughter Gloria Ray on Thursday, April 19 in New York City, her rep confirms to PEOPLE.
When you and I get together with our families for the holidays, the most glamorous part happens when the timer for the outside christmas lights flicks on or mom sets the table with her fancy Christmas dinnerware.
Maggie Gyllenhaal and then-fiancé Peter Sarsgaard gave birth to their first baby, Ramona, over five years ago. And now, after four years of dating, five years of child rearing, a three-year long engagement, and two years of marriage, the couple is ready to add another person to their happy Brooklyn-dwelling family.
One could argue that if Maggie Gyllenhaal has to ask, then she must not be doing it right. In a recent episode of the new Discovery show, Curiosity, the movie star posed a series of questions to understand the science of sex—in particular, the female orgasm.
Hey, when a guy rents a private jet for you, the least you can do is keep him company during the holidays. Hollywood Life reports that recently minted celebrity couple Taylor Swift and Jake Gyllenhaal will be spending the holidays together—and after that, the pair will meet for a rendezvous in one of the most romantic cities in the world. According to a source, "The two are already planning to spend the holidays together. And Jake plans to meet Taylor in Paris at the beginning of the new year, where she’ll be performing."
Some celebs (ok, all of them) have sex appeal. There's the obvious kind of sexy (think: Halle Berry, Catherine Zeta-Jones), and then there's a more subtle style. The women on this list posses a prowess that seems to only be detectable by other women. Are you tuned in?
Who doesn't love great sex? Thanks to a new book about it, you can figure out whom you'll have the most chemistry with, or learn how to love up the one you're with, based on both your zodiac signs. Appropriately titled The Astrology of Great Sex, Myrna Lamb's book bears the subtitle "Discover Your Lover's—And Your Own—Deepest Desires". Enticing, right? It is, and it's also pretty accurate and incisive. As a professional astrologer myself, I can say that: You'll be impressed by how much of what turns you on, and gets you off, can be determined by the day you were born. Which gave us a thought: Besides flipping through to see how your exes stack up, couldn't this also give us invaluable insight into celeb couples' lives between the sheets? As it turns out, some of those gossipy stories that didn't seem to make much sense before, suddenly will! Read on, and you'll see what we mean.
aggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard finally took the proverbial plunge and got married this past weekend, reports People magazine. A rep for the actress said in a statement to the magazine, ''We are happy to confirm that Maggie and Peter were married on Saturday, May 2.''
Maggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard will make it official next month in Italy, Page Six is reporting. The aggressively vowelled couple has been together for seven glorious years, during which they have seemed frighteningly normal and down to earth. The Brooklynites are the parents of a daughter, Ramona, and the wedding is reportedly scheduled for Mother's Day weekend.