We ladies like to do a lot to turn our guys on (and our guys should, frankly, be doing the same). We wax. We shape. We work out. We dress nicely. All great, sexy turn-ons for a guy.
Have you ever had that thought, why doesn't she like me? She doesn't even know me? I have had that thought a lot. I know from the past women are supposed to be fearful of other women. It's in their genetic makeup to be automatically tense when a women walks by and think what are her intentions. Everything is always "high school." We never really get out of high school, do we? I have been out of high school for ten years and I still feel like I am walking the same halls, but just with different faces.
So I met Coach Andrew Poretz about 4 1/2 years ago at a Quentin's Friends party in New York City. If you live in the tri-state area and you're not a member of QFNY, you need to be! There was immediate affinity, followed by hysterical laughter of everyone around us. Do you know what happens when 2 men have all around them laughing? They attract lots more people who also want to laugh. Big hint there guys.
1. SLUT CALLERS LOOK INSECURE Show me a woman who constantly derides other women for having fat arses or being sluts and I’ll show you a sista that is insecure, jealous and competitive. Not only is she looking at the butts, tits or hair of other women, she is also comparing them to other butts, tits and hair in order to 'judge' them. Straight men look at women, why do straight women look at women, too? Whatever the case, it doesn't bode well for her own self image. 2. SLUT CALLING IS A NEANDERTHAL
According to my mother, women don't masturbate. The fact that I do, and she knows this because she reads what I write and I don't find the need to keep quiet about the subject, is not only upsetting to her but further proof that I "act like a man."
Psychologists at the University of South Brittany in France studied a group of 120 males (ages 18-21). The men were shown a 20-year-old woman (wearing different colored t-shirts) and asked to rate her attractiveness and how likely she would have sex on a first date.
Men and women usually experience sexual difficulties in some points in their lives. These may be due to various factors such as stress, infection, medications or illnesses affecting the reproductive system. Here are the most common problems associated with men and women’s sexual health. Sexual Problems in Men 1. Impotence
May 13 through May 19 marks National Women's Health Week. And although today's woman has more information than ever about how to live a happy, healthy life, frankly, it can be a little overwhelming to try and keep track of it all.
A new website, CheckHimOut.com, just launched on May 7 with the goal of giving women more power in the online dating game. The site encourages ladies to make the first move; that is, rather than waiting for guys to contact them (as, let's face it, most of us do), women must initiate the conversation.
No, really. This was the discussion between myself and my brilliant new friend Inna Kats who will hopefully be working with myself and my staff on promoting both our new ebook, and our Dating DeMistyfied Workshop in late June. It began innocently enough while talking business, but our personalities seemed like such a perfect fit, that the discussion moved into more interesting topics, like flatulence for example.
In news that shouldn't be shocking to anyone, scientists have officially proven that women prefer men who can dance. Seems that Kevin Bacon wasn't just the cool kid at his high school in Footloose because he's Kevin Bacon, but because the man can move.
The book "Fifty Shades Of Grey" is rocketing up the fiction best-seller charts as well as the underwears of America's women. Because of its content, the book has inspired many essays about BDSM, sexual power and contemporary, American ladies.
Here in New York, we know so many inspiring women who are kicking butt in the digital media world. With social media playing a larger and larger role in our lives — including dating lives — every day, it's great to see women taking the reins.