When hookup culture seems as common as dodging potholes on the road to romance, there’s a glaring mismatch in the emotional wish lists of men and women. Jamie Callan doesn’t mince words in “Hooking Up or Holding Out: The Smart Girl’s Guide to Driving Men Crazy and/or Finding True Love.”
You may have heard — a recent list has set social media ablaze. It’s a compilation, allegedly birthed from women’s consensus, of places they deem unacceptable for a first date. From Applebee’s to bowling alleys, it seems the conventional spots have suddenly become persona non grata in the dating realm.
Funny how the online world connects us, right? There I was, a mere face and voice poking my nose in a particular YouTube video, and who knew that it would catch the sharp eye of Lisa Fei? Our first connection over that video is a hilarious story for another time,
Andrew Tate is a the self-proclaimed life guru, social media firestarter, and the man who’s never met a controversy he didn’t like. Just when you thought you had him all figured out, he goes and does something that leaves us all scratching our heads. In a recent chat with Candace
And just like that, Samantha Jones reclaims the spotlight. Sex and the City wasn’t just a series, it was a millennium phenomenon that had us all glued to our screens, sipping cosmos, and debating whether we were a Carrie, a Miranda, a Charlotte, or a Samantha. It was a cultural
By now, many of us have heard conversations around “body count” which refers to the number of sexual partners one has had. Discussing your sexual history can be a delicate subject, and recent data from Pew Research Center (2020) indicates that societal views on sex and relationships are evolving. Interestingly,