At some point in our lives the “what’s your type” question is bound to pop up at least once (usually more) whether it’s asked by a well-meaning friend or family member, a quiz in a magazine or through some soul searching of our own. What’s your type? What does that question even mean? (eHarmony has a “type” article that I found kinda interesting) I’ve dated my fair share of the opposite sex over the course…"Hey Baby, What’s Your Type?"
Everyone—single, dating, in a relationship or presently married—has had their fair share of shitty relationships. Let’s face it, in the cesspool called ‘dating’, it’s far easier to find a shitty match and end up in relationship hell than it is to put the effort into finding a soul mate. But what happens when things just end, not because they’re bad, but just…because? It’s no secret that I’ve dated a lot! Sure, I’ve had my share…"Not All Relationships End Because They’re Bad"
We all have that one ex that either we can’t let go of or that won’t let go of us. For whatever reason, things just didn’t work out and you parted ways, it happens. I have at least one ex who just can’t seem to let go of something that, I think, we never even had and that someone is Mr. G-spot. He and I “dated” for about 2 months back in the fall of 2011…"The Ex That Can’t Let Go"
I’ve talked a lot about whether or not bad sexual chemistry is something that can be survived and you all no where I stand on this… hell no it can’t! But what do guys think when slipping it to her makes them wish they had slipped right out the door instead? Joshua Pompey is an online dating and relationship expert who has stopped by to give a guy’s point of view on whether bad sexual chemistry…"Can A Guy Survive Bad Sexual Chemistry?"
We’ve all been there: sitting around the table over cocktails and dishing to our friends about our latest dating interest or conquest. You go on and on about how perfect he or she is, how compatible you two are, how they meet everything on your imaginary “perfect person” checklist (don’t laugh, we all have one)…and then the question comes up. One of your friends asks, “So how’s the sex?” You squirm in your seat because…"Can You Survive Bad Sexual Chemistry?"
Strong. Confident. Secure. Sarcastic. Independent. These are just some of the qualities of someone with an alpha personality. Dominant women are all of the above and then some. They are a force to be reckoned with! Dominant women know what they want and how to get it. This is true of every aspect of their lives, professional as well as personal. We work harder, play harder, know ourselves, know what we want and don’t take…"Are You An Alpha Or an Asshole?"
We’ve all been there: you’re dating someone, you’re into each other, attracted to each other and one night you take it all the way. Afterwards you lay there wondering if you even had an orgasm or if it’s just tequila that’s making your legs wobble and your head spin. Ladies, sometimes it’s just the tequila. Sometimes the sex is just bad. So how do you know if this one night with Mr. Perfect-for-Right-Now is just…"Bad Sexual Chemistry or Just Bad Sex?"
My legs may never stop quivering after the weekend I just had! Who needs the gym when you have plenty of available men who supply fantastic cardio workouts? My weekend playtime began with a date Thursday night with Mr. SportsFan. We met for dinner, had a great meal and great conversation (which seems to come very easily for us). The night was still young so he asked if I wanted to take a ride with…"Memories, Muscles and Moaning, OH MY!"
Every hopeless romantic out there tends to believe in the concept of soul mates: the idea that there is someone out there that each of us is destined to be with. People spend their whole lives searching for that one special person that they are cosmically bound to, the person who is the yin to their yang. But do soul mates really exist and, if so, do we only get one? I am by no…"Soul Mates: Fact or Fiction?"
It’s no surprise to my readers that when it comes to dating, I’m a serial dater. I enjoy variety, meeting new people and, being that I’m a bit commitment-phobic, I like the no-strings-attached style of dating multiple people. Rarely do I meet someone that makes me pause and think about ditching all of this fabulous freedom for a life of exclusivity. Brace yourself readers, this next bit of info is more shocking than the 4.6…"Taking A Big Girl Step…GASP!"