When most people see Moira Johnston walking through the streets of New York, they probably aren't thinking "freedom fighter," they're thinking, "That woman's topless."
Need a dating do-over? You're not alone. Today's "post-dating" world — with its hookups, ambiguous text messages and lack of labels — is leaving many single women scratching their heads in confusion. Well, according to the authors of "The Gaggle: How the Guys You Know Will Help You Find the Love You Want," us ladies just need a "21st-century romantic wake-up call."
"I believe Andy was meant to die because he was too good ... I'm almost happy it ended the way it did because I've learned so many lessons from him. It would have been tragic if we got into fights and then divorced ... [If he had lived], I would be a fat housewife with three kids in Sands Point, Long Island."
I Heart NYC's Safe Sex Education Mandate by Dr. Dorree Lynn NYC + Safe Sex Education = Attention Getter! If there were ever two topics that make my heart jump, they would be "New York City" and "Safe Sex" and when you put them in the same sentence, well, you've got my attention! You can imagine my excitement when I saw a post on Huffington Post this morning about New York City's Sex Education mandate. *(you can read the article here)
Look out, NYC! Man-eater Kim Kardashian has moved to the city and is on the prowl. Along with sister Kourtney, the two are in town for 5 weeks to open up a Manhattan location of Dash, the family's clothing store, and, of course, to film it all for reality TV in Kim and Kourtney Take New York, which will premiere in January on E!. (Their other sister, Khloe, decided to sit this one out and stay in Los Angeles where she is reportedly trying to get pregnant with her husband Lamar Odom.) The two sisters were already spotted last weekend at the new SoHo location of their store, along with Kourtney's husband Scott Disick (looking very Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps in a suit and tie) as well as Kanye West! Although Kanye's presence sparked rumors that Kim had already found a new East Coast boyfriend, the celebutante denied that they were dating.
What more could anyone want? All three benefit your health and bring pleasure. Savor every sip, taste and touch more fully through this decadent tasting of wine and chocolate, which integrates a unique look at the intersection of these three joys in life.
YourTango is proud to be a part of the New York City Lit Crawl 2010 for the second year in a row. On Saturday, September 11, YourTango editors and writers will read essays they've contributed to the site in the past year to an audience of interested, literary New Yorkers like yourselves.
City hall will now let gay couples know where they can go (and not straight to hell, Stephen Colbert) to make their nuptials happen. I know that City Hall has a certain cache and credibility that the webs just don't, but don't they have bigger fish to fry? Defying the state and allowing gay weddings would be a good use of calories; voting to print out a page from Wikipedia is not.
It's on between Jude Law and Sienna Miller. After breaking off their engagement in 2005 after reports that Jude cheated on Sienna with his children's nanny, the couple rekindled their romance last year while they were both starring in plays on Broadway and have tried to stay out of the spotlight. However, that all changed this week when the couple made their first joint-red carpet appearance at Anna Wintour's Met Ball in New York.
Brad and Jen, as in Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston, are rumored to be going to great lengths to meet up after hours. According to Star Magazine, they recently had a late night tryst at the Gramercy Park Hotel in Manhattan. The limo driver who helped get Jen to the hotel and meet-up with her ex-husband reveals that the pair did everything in their power so they wouldn't get caught. Once he dropped Jen off at the hotel, she went on to spend more than two hours together in the back of the Gramercy's empty 18th floor Private Roof Club with Brad.
YourTango will host a panel of writers for the first time at this year's New York Lit Crawl. What's a lit crawl, you ask? It's a pub crawl plus literature. Get it? The YourTango panel will include local writers Susan Shapiro ("How I Fell Madly In Lust With My Husband"), Craig Bridger ("I Was A Groomzilla: Advice From The Trenches") and Jill Provost ("Dirty Talk Dos And Don'ts") and YT Associate Editor, Genevieve Lill.
If you're a single lady in the greater NYC area, Harvard-educated matchmaker and best-selling author Rachel Greenwald is at your disposal. Wednesday, April 8, join us to glean dating tips and secrets from Rachel and the 1,000 men whom she interviewed for her book.
Calling all the single ladies! Don't miss the chance to learn dating secrets from an uber-successful matchmaker and the 1,000 men she interviewed for her new book, Why He Didn't Call You Back. If you're a single lady in the greater NYC area, Harvard-educated matchmaker and bestselling author Rachel Greenwald is at your disposal. Next Wednesday, April 8, sign up to glean dating tips and secrets from Rachel and the 1,000 men whom she interviewed for her book.
Meet KennyBlunt and SheilaMonster—a sexually adventurous married couple with a shared appreciation for Burning Man and burlesque. Frustrated with the limitations of the traditional "swinging" scene they experienced at sex parties, the duo formed an exclusive N.Y.C. sex party called Chemistry. The couple place ambiance at a premium—Chemistry books burlesque acts and "awesome" DJs for the event -- and its locale in rented Brooklyn loft spaces is both elegant and welcoming. "People can walk in jeans and sneakers or tuxedos and be equally comfortable," says Sheila. Tango sat down with Kenny and Sheila to discuss the party, the meaning of "lifestyle," and the ways sex clubs can rev up your sex life.