Surprisingly, or maybe unsurprisingly, some singles are looking for temporary relationships for the holiday season. Apparently, it's fine to be single all year long, but when Christmas, Hanukkah or whatever your holiday jam is rolls around, you best be coupled up, sister. And since you can find pretty much everything else on Craigslist, you might as well find a short-term fella to bring home to mom and dad.
I'm sure y'all are anxiously awaiting the long Memorial Day weekend. Perhaps for a big date? Or maybe just a low-key outing with your S.O. and some friends? Either way, you're going to have to wear some clothing for each fine event. And if you're anything like me, you'll spend an hour staring into your closet, completely bewildered, while trying to decide. However, I can help you out just a bit. Here are seven looks you can leave in your closet this weekend. (Actually, to be clear, I'll just say it: Never wear these on a date!)
We know men aren't always on board with the fashion and beauty items women love. (Yeah, we thought those harem pants were cool and trendy too. Our guys weren't quite as sure.) But there are a few looks that are guaranteed to blow him away, and Valentine's Day is the perfect chance to show them off. Here are ten gorgeous ideas for the big occasion.
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Fashion choices that leave men baffled. Fashionistas everywhere have been up in arms because of the Lindsay Lohan-induced trend of wearing leggings as pants. Fashion trends like this have been cropping up for decades, leading women everywhere to plunk down big bucks on items of apparel that just aren't... well... necessarily flattering, and leading men to wonder what in heck we're thinking. Here, five fashion trends he'd like to toss.
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The 00's were rife with sexploration. From the sex tape mania kicked off by Paris Hilton, to going without panties (also Paris), to a surge in three-ways (probably Paris) the 00's held something for everyone, sexually speaking. Sex came a long way from 2000 to today. Here's a look back at the decade's sexiest trends.
It's a plot as old as the movies themselves: girl meets boy, boy needs to be married for some reason or another, girl agrees to marry boy as a business-only arrangement, wackiness (and maybe a bit of love) ensues. Indeed, it's a crowd-pleasing formula. Who doesn't like to see power dynamics turned on their ear and love blossom from unexpected arrangements? But one can't help but wonder when watching such movies, how many of us would do the same thing if faced with similar circumstances?
When 28-year-old Amy Pollard divorced her husband, she raised eyebrows. Not because her grounds for divorce were unconventional—infidelity—but it was Pollard's definition of cheating. She caught her ex having sex with another woman in the online world of Second Life. Or, specifically, she caught her husband's character having sex with another woman's character in the virtual game. Here, we get inside the head of a five-year Second Life veteran, who reveals what virtual sex is really like—and whether it's truly crossing the line. Wired columnist and sexpert, Regina Lynn, sounds in.
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."
In this episode of "That's What He Said," find out what men think about fashion trends. Big sunglasses, high heels, tattoos, sun dresses, Converse sneakers, skirts and piercings.