Yesterday's episode of The Revolution on ABC was all about "jumpstarting your sex life." When the conversation turned to how 15 to 20 percent of people are in no sex or low sex relationships, and the knee-jerk reaction was "That's saaaad," Tim Gunn interjected and admitted that he's been celibate — and is NO SEX, absolutely none! — for 29 YEARS.
God bless Heidi Klum. Not only is she one of the sexiest ladies in the world, but she also seems to have quite a sense of humor. Every year, Klum hosts a balls-to-the-wall Halloween party, and challenges herself to design crazier and more over-the-top costumes.
With costumes like The Real Housewives of New Jersey, you have an excuse to flaunt your flashy side. Don't usually have an occasion to wear fake eyelashes, hair extensions and five-inch heels? Here it is.
The only real relationship I've ever had ended badly after nine years. The hurt I felt after the divorce was the most painful experience I've ever had. My biggest mistake was telling myself I'd never fall in love again—and all the decisions I made when I finally did start a new relationship 10 years later.
Tim Gunn reveals in his new book that he has been celibate for "decades." Though he claims that celibacy has not kept him from a "perfectly satisfied and happy" life, Jennifer Wright of TheGloss.com argues that a lack of sex, regardless of whether or not you feel it, means a lack of fulfillment.
Have you ever found yourself in an unsatisfying, unhealthy dating relationship and thought: “If I can just get my significant other to [listen/be more considerate/commit to me/insert your desired change here] then I’ll finally be happy?” - or - “Sure, we’ve got some major issues in our relationship but we love each other…isn’t that enough to stay together?” I got to thinking about this troublesome, yet extremely common, grasping-at-straws behavior while (of all things) taking in a recent episode of “Project Runway.”
YourTango caught up with Project Runway Season 5 contestant, Suede—known for his hot runway dresses as much as his tendency to refer to himself in the third person—to get his picks for the season's hottest looks that men will love. Jewel colors in fitted styles with flashes of flair seem to be just what the lady needs to catch a guy's eye. With a New York Fashion Week show under his belt and a new website, www.suedesays.com, in the works, Suede says, "Look HOT this Fall. Here are some great tips how to be in style and look smoldering for Fall '08."