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The Dos And Don’ts Of A First Date (In GIFs)

Every situation may have its exceptions, but when it comes to a first date, there are certain rules everyone should follow. First dates are uncomfortable enough to begin with, so we’re sharing advice on fashion, conversation, and date-night etiquette to help you ease the awkwardness. Take a look at these memorable moments from “The Office,” “Mad Men,” “The Parent Trap,” and more to learn the dos and don’ts of a first date! Read more on Tres Sugar…

How Women Have Protested Through History

Ladies, now’s the time to get vocal about what you believe in. Women around the world are wielding signs, donning body paint, and marching in parades in support of women’s rights and gender equality, against violence toward women, and to raise awareness for other important political and social causes. As we continue Women’s History Month, let’s look back at the evolution of female protesters. From the French Revolution to the women’s suffragist movement to civil rights, here are some memorable moments involving women around the world getting their protest on. Read more…

10 Good, Bad & Ugly Vacation Movie Flings

Since it was a movie — “Where the Boys Are” — that changed Spring break into what it is today, it’s only fitting that we look at some of the best (and the worst) Spring break flings from flicks. And while that film was explicit for 1960, it’s a far cry from the bare-chested and drug-filled “Spring Breakers“ that’s out Friday. But both have one of the key elements to the season’s beach party: sex. Spring break is eponymous with spring flings, and we aren’t talking sweet Summer love. More like quick, week-long lust — not exactly a recipe for relationship success. So grab your bikini and a brewski for a look back at the most memorable onscreen sand-filled hookups! Read more…

The 22 Stages Of Your High School Reunion (In GIFs!)

Anyone else remember watching “Romy & Michele’s High School Reunion” and thinking, “When I’m that old I’ll have my life together way better than those girls”? Then you get your Facebook invitation to the group “10-Year High School Reunion Coming Up! Yay!” and realize that the time is now, people. Is your sh*t together?

Your reunion happens whether you’re ready or not. So don’t stress about whether you’ve invented something cool like Post-Its and if you’ll win the “most changed for the better since high school” award, because who really cares what these people think about you. Grab a free drink, find your best friend on the dance floor, and party like it’s 2003 … or 1993. If you’re still nervous, see how the process will most likely play out, courtesy of our favorite Romy and Michele GIFs! Read more…

17 Scandalous Women In History

This International Women’s Day, it’s important. to pay tribute to the commendable women who’ve made a difference for the better — but what about the bad girls in history, who are notorious for their sexy, shocking, and sinister deeds? Here are 15 scandalous women who have become legendary for everything from stripping to having lesbian affairs to naked horseback rides. Get a tawdy history lesson on these controversial female figures now!

Bettie Page:

Who she is: An American pinup model from the ’50s who has been called the “Queen of Pinups.”

Why she’s scandalous: Besides being one of the earliest Playmates of the Month for Playboy magazine (Miss January 1955), Bettie Page was famous for her fetish and sadomasochistic modeling. In fact, she’s considered the first famous bondage model.  Read more…

5 Ways To Spring Clean Your Dating Style

Now’s the time to kick start your Spring cleaning, so why not spruce up your dating approach, too? From new hobbies to a fresh, self-loving attitude, a little bit of change can go a long way — both for your confidence and for your dating habits. Love is in the air this season, so boost your odds of meeting someone by following these five simple tips:

  1. Sign up for a class. You’re not going to meet someone if you’re sitting around all day, so take the initiative and join a class of some kind. Whether it’s a fitness class or a cooking workshop, you’re bound to meet new people — and the more people you know, the more likely it is that you’ll find a connection, so boost your odds by getting out there. Read more…

Abortion Clinic Workers Answer Tough Questions

his year marks the 40th anniversary of the legalization of abortion in the United States, thanks to Roe v. Wade. In honor of this landmark decision, two abortion clinic workerstook to Reddit with an IAmA (“I am a”) AMA (“ask me anything”), inviting people to ask them any questions they had about their experiences. The women describe their background as working at “two different Midwestern, independent (non-Planned Parenthood) feminist clinics, both in strongly antichoice states.” They gave some insightful answers about what it’s like working in a clinic and what abortion is like in modern America. See some of their most intriguing responses here.

The Pope Resigns With Mixed Legacy On Marriage, Condoms & More

The Vatican announced today that Pope Benedict XVI will resign, making him the first pope to do so in six centuries. The former Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger became pope in 2005, and he will step down at 8:00 p.m. Rome time on Feb. 28 due to advanced age. The pope is 85. Over the past eight years, he has led the Church’s staunch stance against gay marriage, but he has also showed some modernization on the issue of condoms, especially in Africa. As the leader of the Catholic Church, he has the power to influence the actions and attitudes of millions around the world. Before we find out who will inherit the papal Twitter account, let’s look back at Pope Benedict’s XVI’s legacy on issues of sexuality. Read more…

New Bridget Jones Novel Announced

Classic chick-lit fans mark your diaries for November — that’s when the now-official third installment of the Bridget Jones novels will be released. Author Helen Fielding introduced the world to the single 30-something back in 1996 with Bridget Jones’s Diary and followed up the hit book loosely based on Pride and Prejudice with a 1999 sequel, Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason, both of which were turned into hit films staring Renée Zellweger, Hugh Grant, and Colin Firth. Now almost 15 years later, fans can catch up with Bridget. She is apparently up to new things, according to the author, who says, “My life has moved on and Bridget’s will move on, too.” Read more…

What We Learned From Studies In 2012

Reproductive health, online dating, Republican sex — this year, studies brought us new information on everything from the onset of puberty to how “Sex and the City ”affects our real-life relationships. With insights on birth control, Generation Z, STDs, and more, here are our favorite informative and entertaining studies of 2012!

Access to Birth Control Lowers Abortion Rates: Here’s something you might expect: providing women free contraception leads to fewer unexpected pregnancies and, thus, a lower abortion rate. But in a study published this year, researchers were actually surprised by how much the abortion rate dropped among women who were offered access to a range of free birth control methods. Read more…

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