Love Bytes: The Morning-After Pill, Redefined

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Plus, YourTango expert Charles Orlando on WNYC's The Brian Lehrer Show.

The FDA, those bosses of what we put in our body through our mouths, genitals and sometimes butts, has quietly reworked its language regarding the effects of the morning-after pill. The FDA website, possibly to mollify religious types, has removed ambiguous language that could make Plan B seem more abortion-y. Also, you should see the movie The Pill; it's all about adventures and misadventures surrounding the morning-after pill. (The Daily Beast)

While we're programmed to have a special place in our hearts for our first love, does it make sense to give them a second chance? (eHarmony)

WNYC's The Brian Lehrer Show invited YourTango's own love expert Charles Orlando on to discuss online dating. (

How nice would it be for a group of furries to try to save your business? Pretty nice, I'd bet. (Huffington Post)

Evidently, ladies, it's not only Steve Harvey who thinks you should have a guy you like wait for sex. (Madame Noire)

Would you like Carrie from Sex And The City to help you pick out clothes to wear? Yeah, there's an app for that. (Tecca)

If your friend's husband was cheating, would you tell her? (TresSugar)

What happens when a bill becomes a law? I mean, what happens when a dude becomes a dad? (Glo)

As long as it's early in the relationship, maybe you should date multiple guys at the same time. (CollegeCandy)

Ruh-roh, what happens when you have fantasies about your husband's buddy? (The Stir)

Also, in case you didn't know, a rundown of what each base means, sex-wise. (Gurl)

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