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<< PREVIOUS EPISODE Depending on how you look at the beach determines whether you go out at night. This is called The Beach Test--the test Brazilian men often give to potential lovers. Want to know what happens next? Watch all the Brazil webisodes from Liz Tuccillo's "How To Be Single" series! VIDEO: Single In Brazil: A Boom-Boom of One's Own VIDEO: Single In Brazil: Just Kiss! VIDEO: Single In Brazil: The One Night Stand VIDEO: Single In Brazil: "F" for Fidelity
Liz Tuccillo, Sex and the City writer and co-author of He's Just Not That Into You, speaks with Icelandic women who tell her that they love being single and that they are extremely independent. After all, Iceland did elect a woman president before any other country.
Liz Tuccillo, writer for Sex and the City and co-author of He's Just Not That Into You, asks men in Sydney, Australia if they have an easy time dating, seeing as there are more single men than single women. Their answer? Yes!
Liz Tuccillo, Sex and the City writer and co-author of He's Just Not That Into You, speaks to single, Icelandic women over 50, who tell her that they don't need a man to be happy
Liz Tuccillo, writer for Sex and the City and co-author of He's Just Not That Into You, says that even though she knows it's politically incorrect, she wants gay men to sleep with women. After all, there aren't enough straight men to go around in Sydney, Australia!
Liz Tuccillo, Sex and the City writer and co-author of He's Just Not That Into You, concludes that Iceland is a great place to be single. Women are strong and independent at every stage of their lives, they are spiritual and feel connected to nature, and they prioritize commitment over marriage.
After talking to men and women in Sydney, Australia Liz Tuccillo, writer for Sex and the City and co-author of He's Just Not That Into You, concludes that if you're a single women over 34-years-old, it'll be really, really hard to find a man to marry. Her advice? Get out of Sydney!
Hook-ups: Rite of passage for the liberated woman or act of desperation by a girl with a "reputation"? With platitudes like "Why would he buy the cow when he can get the milk for free?" still circulating, it's hard to differentiate between timeless wisdom and changing times. Here, women of science and women on the street get real about one-night stands.
Some husbands diddle their secretaries at the office. Other husbands diddle... themselves. Maybe jerking off at home wasn't private enough? On the Details blog, sex writers Em & Lo talked to a husband and wife couple struggling—yes, struggling—with hubby's masturbation. The wife griped:
After twenty-seven years full of trust, honesty, and passion, Melissa knew it was time to walk away from her longest standing relationship. So early in July, this spawn of the Carrie Bradshaw phenomenon put down her pen and severed ties with her diary-writing habit. And who can blame her? A long-term relationship with a 93-volume collection of notebooks would surely give me writers' cramp. Perhaps Melissa felt tied down. Needed space. Was just not that into it?