Celebrities and the average woman alike tend to obsess about what they look like and how others view them. Sometimes, this is fun—like shopping for new clothes or trying different makeup. But other times, it leads to negative feelings like, "I'm not pretty, skinny or tall enough." Does every woman battle with these image issues? 4 Easy Tips For Healthy Self Esteem & Body Image
Check out exclusive backstage photos of the Victoria's Secret runway show on The Daily Beast.
It's self-esteem month here at YourTango. Isn't it time to love yourself a little more, knotty hair and all? According to a new Dove survey, only 7% of women love their hair, and 20% have skipped a social function because of a bad hair day. Wha?!
We've come a long way from the days of Burt Reynolds' hairy chest to what's considered sexy now. "No Shave November," this month's prostate cancer awareness campaign, which is encouraging men not to shave for the entire month, is certainly an exception to the trend!
It's nice to know that even those of us without the physique of Heidi Klum can still find ourselves someone special if we make sure our other attributes are on the up and up. It's no mystery that wealthy men, despite how conventionally imperfect their bodies may be, can score themselves a hot, and frankly, out of their physical league, girlfriend or wife.
In Miss Representation, a new documentary airing tonight on OWN, Jennifer Seibel Newsom probes the distorted way the media portrays women—and how it affects girls. The director tells Jessica Bennett such depictions damage self-image.
The second week of October is National Pet Peeve Week, and the folks at dating site Zoosk have surveyed their subscribers to see how little annoyances affect their dating life.
Lights on or off? Adult toy company Adam & Eve recently conducted a survey to find out. They asked 1,000 American adults (age 18 and up) how they like their lighting during sex.
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we're doing our part by hosting a breast-obsessed Twitter party, and you're invited! Health & Life Coach and YourTango Expert, Nicole Burley, will get the convo going by tackling such topics as physical attraction, how to play up your best assets, men's favorite body parts and more. She’ll also be answering all of your love, sex and relationship-related questions.
Obese women are more likely to be sexually abused. Promiscuous men like big-breasted women. Why hairy armpits can be sexy. Natural hair. Secret eating. More health benefits of chocolate. Giving back for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
"Glee" star Lea Michele: "I'm a girl who eats … I'll have a big Italian dinner, and I don't give a crap because it makes me happy." We should all be more like Lea Michele!
Top 50 beauty products for moms. 6 botched plastic surgeries. Would you let a few extra pounds keep you from having healthy sex? Kirstie Alley sure doesn't. Holly Madison's boobs are insured for $1 million. 7 very logical beauty fixed to very common problems.
A few months before Lily was born, I jolted up from a rare, deep sleep. I'd been dreaming about a dinner of lobster and clam chowder and it was fantastic. The next weekend, I ate it. As I savored every bite, I wondered when on earth I'd be able to have another meal like that. It certainly wasn't the most child-friendly restaurant—would I ever eat there again? In six months? In a year? Five years?
One of the main complaints that causes couples to seek sex counseling is lack of sex. There are many reasons couples don't enjoy sex anymore. Marital conflict, depression, and stress all affect libido. One of the rarely-discussed but main reasons couples aren't having sex is because it is painful. When a woman talks about painful sex, the first thing a health care worker will think of is prescribing lubricants. This may alleviate the pain, and may cure the problem, but there are many factors that can contribute to painful sex besides dryness.
Letting your guy tell you what to wear can toe a fine line between cute ("I want to look nice for him!") and creepy.