Ever heard of the Putative Father Registry? This week The Atlantic posted an article stating that 33 states have Putative Father Registries. The point of this registry is to link unmarried men to their children through a list of women they reportedly had sex with. The way it’s enacted? Men are expected to report a list of their sexual partners to the government. You may be wondering, “Why would anyone ever do this?”Read More» Posted by Emily | 0 comments
Emily’s guest is Lisa Ann, the most popular porn star in the world 2 years in a row according to the New York Post.
Why is she so famous? You might recognize her as the star of the hit porn parody, Nailin’ Palin or because she’s been voted the hottest MILF porn star and the #1 Fleshlight by AVN.
They discuss why the MILF trend is so popular, how secret trick for mentally preparing for porn scenes and her own psychology for dating.
I’m moderating a live event in Los Angeles!
“How a Math Genius Hacked OKCupid and Found Love”
At this event, we will meet a mathmatician who was one of 40 million Americans looking for romance online.
Learn how he went from 90% incompatibility rate to over 20 messages a day! How he used bots to trick the system in a conversation moderated by me!
Hear Chris Mckinlay’s inspiring story of how he hacked OKCupid and found true love.
A hosted bar and light appetizers will be provided, so come hungry and thirsty!
Seats are limited, so RSVP today to reserve a seat.
Wednesday April 30th 6:30PM – 9PM
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How many times do you try to make a relationship work before calling it quits?
That’s a great question. I have a theory, if it’s more than two times you probably should end the relationship. When you’re in a serious relationship and you break up and get back together and break up and get back together, I don’t believe that works. I believe that’s a sign that it doesn’t work. If you’re asking to call it quits, you should probably call it quits. Because what happens is, people call and write in asking this and I think that when you break up with someone, and women do this often, we tend to glorify the person after we break up with them. We miss them. We think of all the good things and think, ‘Oh, maybe it’s a good time to get back together.’ But it’s not! Usually, because we’re forgetting all the bad stuff, we get relationship amnesia. You get back together and the same stuff starts to happen. Unless the issues have been worked out and you BOTH worked on those issues, don’t get back together just because you miss them.
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