The new year has arrived and people are flocking to gyms and weight-loss programs everywhere with the fresh motivation to lose weight. The desire to shed those extra pounds might be about being healthier or feeling that you'd look better lighter, but those aren't the only reasons. Another motivation behind losing weight is to start dating.
Field Guide to Chicks of the United States by Joe Bovino, is quite the witty practical guide for men who are looking for a specific type of woman. It feels cartoonlike in nature and gives a lot of interesting information that could really be a help to many men out there. Yes, it does break women down categorically, however I must say if you know any of these type of women, it is quite funny and accurate. Warning: you must have a sense of humor to read this and not take it overly seriously. The author admits in the beginning that “It’s undoub
No one can argue that the buxom blonde we loved on 'Baywatch' brought the sex appeal where needed during her short time on Dancing With The Stars: All-Stars.
Kristi is disgusted. She throws down the magazine she's been reading. Even though she's well aware that the pictures in magazines have been photoshopped and that just about no woman looks that perfect, Kristi still feels ugly in comparison. The image of sexy portrayed in magazines, on television and in the movies would be impossible to pull off. Kristi doesn't try to be sexy, even though she'd like to. She worries that her boyfriend will get tired of being with someone who looks like she does.
No wonder Jennifer Love Hewitt loves those tight, Herve Leger bandage dresses so much! The 33-year-old actress recently told People.com that she thinks it's sexier to let men imagine what's beneath her clothing rather than to take it all off for the cameras.
Rihanna has advice for women everywhere: get naked more often! Even though she's been dubbed Sexiest Woman Alive by Esquire and wears plenty of partially nude outfits on stage and in magazines, the 24-year-old singer has had a tough time accepting all the good and bad about her body.
Baristas in bikinis? Here, it's just business as usual. Women dressed in swimsuits and lingerie are serving up coffee at Java Girls, a shop in Orlando, Fla., that's been grabbing the attention of locals since it opened in November, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
I hate rules. I hate telling women to follow them. I like offering mindful 'dos' and 'don'ts' that women can use as guidelines to make sure they are on track with acting like one half of a considerate, respectful, loving, and caring whole. Rules, on the other hand, seem stifling and repressing to a woman’s individuality. I think, however, that the following rule is very empowering and actually helps relieve women of stifling insecurities and releases repressed sexual urges. So I will allow myself to suggest it. Here it is:
It's a known fact that men are visual creatures, which is why they're attracted to women who dress up their own natural beauty. But, does this mean you need a Clueless-type makeover to get a guy to like you? Doesn't that seem like you're changing yourself for him? The Number One Thing Men Find Attractive
When it was announced that the skinny, petite-framed Michelle Williams was cast to portray Marilyn Monroe in the upcoming film, My Week With Marilyn, the blogosphere exploded with negative criticism. People claimed Williams wasn't physically designed for the role— that she was too thin to portray the curvy, sexy film star, and could never pull it off.
Go ahead, be sexy at work. Be flirtatious. It may seem like it sets feminism back 1,000 years to say it, but the fact is, in a male-dominated industry, one of the smartest things a woman can do is use her feminine wiles to rise to the top.