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Lessons From Mom: Love Yourself

We’re celebrating moms this week in preparation for Mother’s Day this Sunday, May 10. What’s the best thing your mother ever taught you? Tell us by sending an email to tips@thefrisky.com or tweeting @thefrisky. Keep reading »

What Daughters Want To Know About Mothers

Joyce McFadden, a New York City psychoanalyst, who runs a site called Women’s Realities, actively conducts studies where she asks women questions and then let’s them answer in their own words. As you’d expect, we ladies have sex on our minds. So, when prompted with, What do you want to know about your mother but would never ask?, the responses were overwhelmingly about their mother’s sexual history — from how she lost her virginity, to possible abortions, to if she had even ever questioned her sexuality. While the answers to this query may not be child-proof, as a teenager or adult struggling with our own sexuality and love life, this info could be a bit uncomfortable, but useful and potentially validating. Although, just a few days after buttering our moms up with Mother’s Day presents, we still can’t seem to ask. [Huffington Post] Keep reading »

Quick Pic: Happy Mother’s Day!

I bet your mom wishes you were as cute as these goslings. Keep reading »

Friday Quickies!

  • Top Ten Mother’s Day Sex Tips — wash your hands! [Daily Bedpost]
  • What do table skirts have to do with sex? [Boinkology]
  • Crappy, anti-female ads all over Facebook. [Feministing]
  • Five men NOT to sleep with (like my boyfriend, bitch!) [College Candy]
  • Is it a good idea or a bad idea to wait until marriage before cohabiting? [Dear Sugar]
  • Only the good parts of the Anna Nicole Smith TV movie. [FourFour]
  • Single? Every guy who goes on to CyberHomes.com will know it. [Tango]
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    Frisky Chatter: Dish From The Frisky Forums

    Here’s what went down on the The Frisky Forums this week — while you’re avoiding doing your laundry this weekend, stop and chime in!

  • SoCoDivka is looking for recommendations for a cheer-up giftfor her boyfriend. Amelia suggested sky-diving, something she is way too wimpy to try, so maybe one of you guys will have a better idea!
  • Elle really, really, really wants you to look at this picture of a carrot that resembles either a big hairy ass or a penis. You be the judge.
  • People are still talking about accidental anal penetration — maybe we should turn the discussion into other sexual mishaps in the bedroom?
  • If you’ve got more Mother’s Day gifts to add to the list we put together, suggest your own. We still have no idea what the hell to get our moms.
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    The Duggar Family: Eternally Pregnant For Jesus

    Sunday is Mother’s Day, and Michelle Duggar, 41, is pregnant with her 18th child. She has been pregnant for more than 11 years, which sounds like the opposite of fun to me, but Michelle’s husband Jim Bob says they’ll keep having children as long as God wills it. The family includes seven sisters and 10 brothers – and all their names start with the letter J (I wonder if Michelle feels left out). Do you know what this reminds me of? The woman who has 80 cats. [AP] Keep reading »

    Ten Mother’s Day Gifts Under $30


    TEN MOTHER’S DAY GIFTS UNDER $30



    For The Mom With The Off-Color Sense Of Humor: I Like You: Hospitality Under The Influence by Amy Sedaris
    For The New Mom: First 1000 Days Journal
    For The Mom Who Looks Up To June Cleaver: Jessie Steele Retro Cherry Print Half Apron


    For The Mom Who Likes To Bake: Essential Chocolate Chip Cookbook
    For The Mom Who Always Has Perfect Hair: Rain Parade Mini Umbrellas
    For The Mom Who Always Has Dollar Bills Bursting Out Of Her Pockets: $25, Turquoise Card Case


    For The Mom Who Loves To Booze: $12.99, Whim by Cynthia Rowley Stainless Steel Beverage Tub and $9.99, Stainless Steel Shaker


    For The Mom Who Wishes She Had A Green Thumb: Egglings
    For The Mom Who Likes Unusual Accessories: Happy Flower Cuff

    How To Explain Mommy’s New Face To Your Kids

    Speaking of plastic surgery and kids, a new picture book is coming out this Mother’s Day called “My Beautiful Mommy” which attempts to explain to kids why their mother is getting cosmetic surgery. Strangely, the book wasn’t written by a mom who has had plastic surgery, but by a a plastic surgeon named Dr. Michael Salzhauer. While you might assume that Dr. Salzhauer wrote the book out of genuine concern for the family dynamics of his patients, he actually uses it as a tool to convince mothers to get plastic surgery. The book’s message is that mommy is so much more beautiful after her tummy tuck and nose job — and that your little girl or boy will be totally thrilled with your results too! [Newsweek] Keep reading »

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