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.
Want to enter our "Five-Year Engagement" contest? Tell us in the comments: What's the longest you think an engagement should last?
It's a little curious that none of the newspaper's three major movie critics reviewed 'Think Like a Man' in their weekly movie review roundups published Thursday.
If any of you saw "The Hunger Games" recently, you were in for a bloodbath — a very entertaining, very well-produced bloodbath. I'm a huge fan of Suzanne Collins, and the movie was one of the best I've seen in a long time. But while I cheered for Katniss, cursed the gamekeeper, and threw popcorn at President Snow, I couldn't help but notice that some of the lessons of "Hunger Games" could also be applied to relationships.
I was 15 years old when Titanic was first released in Dec. 1997. I was enthralled not only by the magic of the movie, but by my first love sitting next to me in the theater. At that time, my high school sweetheart was the king of my world.
We love lamp. We love a little afternoon delight even more. But what we love the most is the fact that Will Ferrell announced the return of legendary (note: this is highly subjective) 2004 flick 'Anchorman' on Conan O'Brien last night. 'Anchorman 2!' The legend of Ron Burgundy continues.
The era of Team Edward and Team "Whatshisname?Oh,whocaresIhatedTwilightanyway" is over. Can I get an internet "hallelujah"? Now, we've all moved on to more pressing matters: Team Peeta vs. Team Gale in 'The Hunger Games.'
Secret lesbian love triangles, Hollywood "royal" weddings, and scandalous costar affairs, make the love lives of these past celebrities seem boundlessly more entertaining than today's. Dive into the juicy real romances of the silent film era.
We are super-excited about the Oscars, which are this Sunday, but it turns out that out of all nine Best Picture nominees, most of us have only seen "Midnight in Paris" and maybe one other movie. Oops. It makes sense that the YourTango staff has a penchant for romantic movies, but does "Midnight in Paris," Woody Allen's latest, stand a chance at winning Best Picture?
As we look forward to this Sunday's Oscars, let's reminisce about romantic quotes from older movies. From Casablanca to Dirty Dancing, here are the top 10 quotes about love from the most romantic movies of all time. Let us know what quotes we left off the list in the comments.
In The Vow, Paige (Rachel McAdams) and Leo (Channing Tatum) start out a happily married young couple. They're driving home from a concert on a snowy night in Chicago, kiss at a stoplight, and BAM! They're rear-ended by a truck. Paige flies out the windshield, and things get interesting. It took all of three minutes.