Boys, the belly has to go -- that's what she said, not me. I don't know what it's like in the rest of the country, but here in New York City, women (especially of the executive class) are demanding that guys get in shape -- I mean real true flat belly, rippling arms, kick ass form -- as they should.
When my marriage ended, I wondered if I'd be spending all my free, non-kid time with my books and my cat. There have been weekends when I've done just that, but there have also been long stretches when I've dated up a storm.
When I went with my husband to a sex and relationship coach for the first time, I was really nervous. My desire had been much less than my husband's for well over a decade and I didn't even know how to begin the conversation.
No matter what the two of you do, if other people aren't involved, you are bored out of your skull and staring at the same Instagram feed you looked at two minutes before.
Dating a guy my age would be a unique experience for me -- and it's one I'm excited to pursue. Maybe the idea of growing with someone is exciting. Maybe I'm ready -- and maybe it will be the perfect fit.
Dating a woman who is strong and has her act together is an experience ripe with lessons to be learned. Trust me, I know. If you are going to fall in love with someone like this, there are going to be some things you should know first.
NYU sophomore Diana Colton (not her real name) has an extra line to add on her resume: The 19-year-old filmed two scenes with porn superstar James Deen. Colton said she applied to film an amateur scene with him through his website on a lark; to her surprise, Deen offered to film with her.
For that moment I understood that I didn't have control over my man's actions, but I did have control over how I responded to them. And that it was possible to respond in a way that left me with peace and dignity.
Wondering what you can do to kick things up a notch in the sack? Here are MiddleSexy's top tricks for playing the female Casanova.
We love it when Twitter puts its collective hive mind in the gutter. Here are some of the best tweets around the recently trending hashtag #DescribeYourSexLifeInATvShow.
For the first time in a very long while, life is pretty good. It is uncomplicated by love's demands and complexities. It is peaceful and drama-free. But no matter how I try, I cannot deny love's sweetness. Indeed, there is no perfect love. But despite its imperfections and failures, it is still magnificent.
My question to all men out there is, "how do I get all the extra bullshit to leave my brain? And, what is making you all so damn happy?" Don't get me wrong, I'm happy, but I wish I were that happy.
Rather than trying to figure out all the different components of how to make love last, focus instead on creating an atmosphere of respect with your partner. The more you can do this, the more other vital elements of the relationship, like trust, intimacy, passion, love, and so on, will naturally flourish.
I hear a lot about the importance of honesty in relationships, but I'm a believer in telling kind or polite lies. Honesty can hurt sometimes, and doesn't always leave a winner, instead just making both parties lose. So here are the lies I think you should tell when dating.
For all of you singles out there, it took me way longer than I hope it takes you to learn what it means to really know yourself. Because if someone really loves you? They won't care if you own a sweatshirt with the logo of their crappy football team on it. And if you really, truly love someone? You'll never even consider buying one.
We have completely romanticized the notion of marriage. It's why people seemingly spend more time planning the wedding than their actual life together.