If I told you I fell in love with someone every day, would you hold it against me? Just a little shout out to Britney Spears! Seriously though, I see my future husband everywhere. I spot him at the mall, school, Starbucks, and more recently, Disneyland! Even though I don’t know these men, they break my heart because most of them are married, straight or not interested. So maybe I need to crush on people more wisely, but these are not the worst by far. My most intense crushes have been on some of my best friends. If you’ve been in this position, I dedicate this blog to you because you’re not alone.Read More» Posted by Eddie C | 0 comments
Once upon a time, a magical fairy flew around the world to make an army of gay soldiers. He divided the soldiers into two categories, tops and bottoms. The tops were masculine men and the bottoms were feminine men. He created them to establish order in the gay community, so that they could frolic as they pleased. The gays lived in harmony for centuries until a mysterious soldier appeared. He said he did not belong to a category of soldiers. That versatile (vers) soldier changed the gay community forever…Read More» Posted by Eddie C | 0 comments
I’ve had my fair share of serious committed relationships, casual sex, short-lived romances and friends with benefits. A recurring staple in my dating game, however, has been the “Almost Boyfriend.” Of all my dating tragedies, heartbreaks and hookup-fails, the curse of the almost-boyfriend has always hurt the most. These pseudo-relationships sting the deepest because they feign real commitment and keep those of us that want more, perpetually deprived. It’s no mystery that countless men and women suffer from commitment-phobia, but with a burgeoning hook-up culture and growing anti-monogamy sentiment this phobia is growing into a full-blown lifestyle choice. Almost relationships of varying degrees are becoming more and more common as less people are opting to settle down with one person for the real deal.Read More» Posted by Laurie Magers | 0 comments
It’s been 17 years (to this month) that the legendary Sex and the City first hit TV screens via HBO in 1998. Sex and the City was one of those shows that you really either swore by or hated. I was a die hard fan, believing that if I too chose a journalistic career I would inevitably live the fabulous Carrie Bradshaw life: an exciting excess of men, shoes and Cosmopolitans. But were all of the lessons that unfolded accurate or even realistic? Let’s take a break from mourning our nonexistent Carrie-approved shoe collections to weigh some of the phallus-related fallacies that existed in their world of the Upper East Side.
Here are 3 things that we definitely didn’t learn from the show, since they were inaccurate!Read More» Posted by Alyssa Gillerman | 0 comments
In case you missed it, there has been a noticeable trend in the world of sex and relationships: People are having more sex and less relationships.
While this may not hold true for all, you can’t deny that the hookup culture truly is booming. Rather than jumping from one relationship to another, more and more singles are keeping their options open and their commitments minimal. When done right and done responsibly, this can be a great way to explore your sexuality and figure out what you like, both in the bedroom and in a partner… If you can figure out how to navigate the murky waters of no-strings-attached sex.Read More» Posted by Madison | 0 comments
Once upon a time, I took a man’s virginity. This isn’t odd or strange or unprecedented in all documentation of human history, nor was it a “first” for me. The thing that made this experience, and the ensuing pseudo-relationship, remarkable was that this virgin (let’s call him Victor) was 32 years old.
Victor was not only a virgin of sex, he was a virgin of dating, relationships, ANY sexual activity and even close friendships with women. I was the first naked woman he has ever seen in real life, and I was the first person, besides himself, to ever take a peek at his penis.Read More» Posted by Laurie Magers | 0 comments
Summer is a good time for enjoying your free time outside hiking, swimming and soaking in the sun and all it’s glorious vitamin D…. or reading for hours on the Internet! In the jovial spirit of the latter, here’s a great way to spend your time this afternoon. Enjoy this collection of awesome and surprising sex world records.Read More» Posted by Alyssa Gillerman | 0 comments
They’ve dubbed the foggy weather of this month as June Gloom, but that doesn’t mean you have to feel that way! June is the month that has always signified the end of school, and the beginning of hot weather and summer. Sure, the sun hasn’t joined the party, but there will be plenty of time for that come July.
Until then, don’t try to beat the heat (Embrace it!) with these three fun and simple ways to kick-start your summer in a super sexy way.
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It’s a changing world out there. While some may say that chivalry is dead, I’ve seen many men who prove quite the contrary. As a girl, I know it’s lovely to get flowers and have doors held open for us, but I’m thinking of a different kind of courtliness: safe sex provisions. Is it the man’s responsibility to come equipped with protection?Read More» Posted by Alyssa Gillerman | 0 comments
I remember a time when nearly all girls were adamant that they would never have sex with a guy after only the first date. In 2015, a time of extended freedom and altered expectations, does that still reign true? I feel like there’s a more even mix of opinions on the matter these days, so the question remains: Is it appropriate for a girl to initiate sex on the first date or for the first time with a new guy?Read More» Posted by Intern | 0 comments