Sex and Dating
Valentine’s Day can sometimes be a lot of pressure when you’re in a new relationship– or especially if you don’t know whether or not you’re technically in a relationship at all. Once you’ve successfully gotten past it, you’re home free, right? WRONG. Consider this a lesser-wedding. There’s so much hype
If you walk the gum wad-laden streets of NYC, you better get used to the slow burn of a stranger’s eye. New Yorkers STARE at each other. Sometimes it’s a concerned “Is that person yelling crazy and going to hurt me?”; other times just a pervy “I think you’re attractive
‘Tis the season once more, and we find ourselves looking for thoughtful gifts for our favorite people. Explore this gift guide featuring small businesses and local artists showcasing their work in the East Bay. We’ve uncovered unique treasures perfect for gifting while also supporting the heartbeat of our local community.
Have you ever read one of these features in women’s magazines that keep being recycled (I mean besides all of them)– these “fashion guys like” things where they get four or five guys to either review or list what sort of accessories and types of outfits they like on women?
D’ya ever notice the irony of sometimes when you paint yourself all up to go on a date that once you actually start “getting on with it”, so to speak, that it just winds up smearing all over your face and then you look in the mirror and you’ve morphed
Sorry, guys, but I had to. However you feel about Black Swan– I feel like my friends are of two camps: (1) It was a tour-de force gripping thrill ride, or (2) It was the campiest mother-effing thing since the birth of “No more wire hangers”. I, on the other
I don’t know if you guys have been ‘œaware’ of Julie Klausner and Natasha Vargas-Cooper’s F/M/K feature on the Hairpin, but lemme tell ya, it’s one of my most favorite things from 2010 to continue into 2011. It’s a real comfort in this birds-falling-from-the-sky kind of world we live in
In their latest book, Attached, scientists Amir Levine and Rachel Heller have come up with something called the Attachment Theory. According to them, there are three categories that describe people’s behavior within romantic relationships: *ANXIOUS people are often preoccupied with their relationships and tend to worry about their partner’s ability
Let me start off by saying that I could not, for the life of me think of a more grammatically/culturally correct term for someone who is not technically cheating on a boyfriend or girlfriend, but is participating on the other end of a someone cheating on their boyfriend/girlfriend. So, even