I’m going to introduce a new little game around here. Let’s call it: “Guess the Publication.” I’ll post a quote and you guess which major print or online publication it’s pulled from. Sound fun? Good. Here’s the first one:
“A woman needs to come up with a workable routine for maintaining her looks throughout her lifetime and avoid rationalizing slacking off— while she’s seeking a man and after she has one. Yeah, you might have to put five or ten extra minutes into prettying up just to hang around the house. And, sure, you might be more ‘comfortable’ in big sloppy sweats, but how ‘comfortable’ will you be if he leaves you for a woman who cares enough to look hot for him?”
Your choices: A. Marie Claire B. Cosmopolitan C. Psychology Today D. The Atlantic. Find out the answer after the jump. Keep reading »
Are you a girl who likes girls? No? Well, then are you a girl who likes girls’ boobs? You might be a “boobs-only lesbian,” according to the cheeky website BoobsOnlyLesbians.com, which posts photos of ladies enjoying each other’s tatas. The website is only for tatas, though. Claiming “you can touch yourself down there but I don’t want to,” BoobsOnlyLesbians.com say they cater to the sexual preferences of ladies — BOLs, if you will — with an “aversion to the vag.” (Cough, and straight men, cough.) While I fancy a lovely pair of boobs myself, I’m not sure actual lesbians would appreciate the co-optation of the term. Maybe we could all just agree to appreciate boobies — without labels. [BoobsOnlyLesbians.com] Keep reading »
If your sex life is a snooze, your home may be the culprit. We ask a designer, a sex columnist, a feng shui expert and a marital counselor to share a few sexy house tips to get you back in bed.
Whether you’re married or testing out the waters, sharing a home with your honey inevitably means there’s some lovemaking going on. Or is there?
Before you ring up Dr. Ruth or run down a list of reasons why your significant other is to blame for your lackluster love life, consider the role your home is playing in setting the mood for intimacy. Read more … Keep reading »