As men age, cuddling becomes increasingly important to men, while women start to care way more about sex.
Here’s some shocking and terrible news for those of us who were born with a penis and two left feet.
But what’s so wrong about eating more food or having more sex?
Social lubrication, social lubrication, social lubrication.
In a relationship, your brain stops thinking “I” and instead thinks “we.” And you get to have a ton of sex. All of which “revamp the brain.”
Most women’s mid-coital moans are, in fact, performative in function. Rather than — you know — an involuntary reaction to the indomitable sexual prowess of their partners.
As Lil’ Wayne once said, “Safe sex is great sex.” So make sure you’re using those rubbers correctly.
In other news, the sky is blue and there is a war in the Middle East.
We could probably learn a thing or two about love from our grandparents.
Science tells us what poor Gertrude and Lester already knew: People shun singles with ugly names, and those poor sods kinda hate themselves too.
Your cheatin’ heart // will make you weep // and maybe give you a heart attack, too.
The study found that married people don’t have any long term advantages over co-habitating couples in terms of their happiness, healthy, and social life.
We already knew that guys get insane in the membrane when a pretty girl is around, but a newer study says that she doesn’t have to be around at all. That’s some serious woman power.
Can’t argue with science: Feeling attractive and acting accordingly will score you more numbers than simply being attractive. Here, we break down three fascinating studies that prove it.
If you’re spending three hours less canoodling with your SO, and three hours more crammed in your car, burning through gas and swearing at that gridlocking jerk who is ruining your life, something is going to break.