You don’t have to be single to want some alone time. Whether you are dating or in a relationship, you should always take time to take care of yourself. No matter what your relationship status is—single, married, in a relationship, it’s complicated, etc—the most important relationship you will ever have is with yourself! If you’re anything like me, you’re always busy “doing” for everyone else in your life. There’s work and your work responsibilities, maybe…"10 Solo Date Ideas Every Single Should Try"
No matter what, every dating story always starts with girl meets boy. In this case, boy and girl have an attraction, excellent conversation, and Oh! That smile, those eyes, that ass! Girl is smitten with this boy…and then she finds out that while she was heading to her first high school keg party senior year, he was wrapping up a fun filled year in the 4th grade! In my experience, dating younger men has it’s pros and…"What I Have Learned from Dating Younger Men"
Chicks over dicks. Hoes over bros. Best friends are supposed to be forever, right? So, what happens when there’s trouble in BFF paradise. How do you survive a breakup with your best friend? Whether you’ve been together since childhood, she’s been your wingwoman since college or you bonded over the choice between the skinny latte or going for full fat indulgence, the two of you have been inseparable for quite some time now. You talk…"How to Survive a Breakup…with your BFF!"
Back in January, when I was out in Las Vegas for the Adult Video Network (AVN) Awards show, I had the pleasure of sitting down for a chat with Sociologist PhD, Dr. Chauntelle Tibbals. Dr. Chauntelle has been a guest lecturer at the University of Southern California and is an expert in human behavior, with special interest in gender, sexuality, entertainment/pop culture, technology, adult industry/sex work and all topics considered taboo in our society. Her book,…"A Real Look at the Sex Industry from Sociologist Dr. Chauntelle Tibbals"
It’s that time of year again—time to ring in another year and with that usually comes the obligatory bullshit New Year’s resolutions. Why bullshit? Because sweetie, we all know that by February all of those New Year’s resolutions to go to the gym, eat better, to swear off guys etc, etc… they will all be as far gone as your long lost virginity! I was recently reading Cosmo’s 50 Things Every Woman Should Do Before…"30 Things Every Woman Should Do in 2015"
It’s no surprise that I have a fetish for men in uniform—let me rephrase that—for men in authoritative uniforms; cops, firefighters and especially military. This lust for a sexy man in a crisp uniform began when I was a little girl at my cousin’s wedding. Yes, even at 3 years old, as I paraded my cousins new husband around the room in his Coast Guard dress uniform and introduced him as my husband to all…"To Love and Support While He Serves and Protects"
I wasn’t always like this; I wasn’t always this woman who exudes sex and femininity and yet runs screaming at any sign of commitment. There was a time in my life when I didn’t have trust issues, when I freely loved with my whole heart, not waiting for the other stiletto to drop because they were all in my closet, perfectly paired. So what happened, you ask? Once upon a time, I was married. It’s…"My Journey Toward Commitment Phobia (and Halfway Back)"
‘Tis the season to wed apparently and every wedding has to have the token singles table. Whether your in the wedding or simply attending as a guest, your friend’s and family’s wedded bliss can end up costing you a fortune both financially and to your self-esteem. Being single for these weddings can have you wanting to spend the night at the open-bar drinking your night away. First, no matter how much women say they want…"Weddings and the Single Girl"
A lot of different things have inspired this rant post, but it has to be said. Men and women would be so much happier if they stopped bitching, whining and show boating to their friends about the opposite sex and just grew the fuck up! That’s right, I said it… grow the fuck up! The battle of the sexes is more like a list of shit you should be doing, but aren’t. I read an…"The Battle of the Sexes (A.K.A Shit You Don’t Do But Should)"
We all know how the story goes: girl meets guy. Girl and guy date. Guy and girl fall in love. Girl or guy gets spooked/fucks up somehow and they split. Guy and girl realize they want to try again. Girl and guy are back in a relationship. This scene may play out a few more times and then girl and guy decide it’s been a few years and it’s time to get married. OK so…"Does Love Have To Equal Marriage?"