The time has come. You've met the man, been on a few dates and it's time to take things to the next level. You aren't sure if it was planned or spontaneous, but it happened. You've just had sex for the first time with him and now what? Are you boyfriend girlfriend? Was it good? What should I do next?
The Morning After For many of my readers today is the Morning After Christmas. The day when all the hoopla that has been the focus of attention is over. There is often a mixed feeling of relief and let down coming together all at once. Some cultures have addressed this issue by making a special Holiday to finish off the festivities. Boxing Day is the one I am familiar with, having been a part of an Irish family for many years in my first marriage.
Cooking a killer morning-after breakfast can score you major points -- if you do it right. by Scott Alden for HowAboutWe Being able to offer breakfast the morning after a hook-up is a classy move -- though, let's be clear, you are in no way obligated to do so. Cooking up a little morning nosh is a nice way to say "Hey, I think I can stand your presence for another half hour or so, in the light of day."
Guys, you may not know this, but the morning after is just about as important as the night before. Many an awesome evening has been ruined by a crappy morning. Spending the night with you and, specifically, how you behave in the morning, tells us a whole lot about what kind of man you are. If the good times keep rolling when the sun comes up, you'll leave us wanting more good times. Consider the morning after make it or break it time. Add your morning after dealmakers and dealbreakers in the comments.
Generally, an unplanned pregnancy is the last thing on your mind when a one-night stand is in the offing. That's why pharmaceutical companies have given us Plan B. But what happens when a person isn't thinking straight the morning after? The FDA approval is close for a drug called Ulipristal that will provide birth control up to 5 days after conception may have occurred.
Researchers in England have shown what generations of college students have always known: beer goggles exist. Scientists compared people who downed vodka, wine and beer to those who didn't drink any hooch, and found that the imbibers thought people were more attractive after they drank.