By Kari DePhillips
Across the globe, people young and old engage in the elaborate social ritual known as “dating.” However, what that means can vary from country to country. As a result, it’s important to arm yourself with as much knowledge as possible – especially if you’re into accents. For example:
In Britain, men are far less likely to write love poems and make other romantic gestures. Instead, a Brit often purchases sexy lingerie for the woman of his dreams. And that’s probably where she’ll stay, if he doesn’t stop buying a thong instead of roses every time he does something wrong. Click here to read more…
Sasha Speaks 11.8.10
I’ve been dating this guy who could be “the one,” the only thing is he has NO sex drive at all! ZIPPO — It’s been months since the last time we even kissed. What do you think I should do?
In love but sexless Click here to read more…
How it Makes Me Feel When He Doesn’t Call After Sex
By Dani Katz
It was purely carnal; we used each other’s bodies to get off and then discovered the chemistry wasn’t there, we didn’t fit quite right, or we loathed each other after we came. He didn’t call. Whew. I’m relieved to not have to deal with a messy tangle of unrequited emotions, or the awkward ensuing dialogue. In those instances, the process of unraveling my own self-judgments, reevaluating my aqueous boundaries and reigning in my historically troublesome lust takes precedence, and I’m happy to have the space to deal with them on my own. Click here to read more…
The Manhattans – Kiss and Say Goodbye
How It Feels When….
I am Completely OK Being Alone
By Dani Katz
If we channeled all the energy that we, as a species, put into seeking love outside ourselves – be it trolling for snacks at the farmer’s market, hunting big game on personal site X, or dolling up to pose boozy and available at bass-boomin’ disco Y – we could easily sustain the planet’s every energetic function, and have enough power left over to share with a neighboring star system. Click here to read more…
Toots & The Maytals – Love Ain’t Going to Let Me Down (Bluesfest 2009 Ottawa)
By Patrick D. Curry
“Could you pass me the keys to the car?” she asks him as she stares directly into his eyes. “But honey, there aren’t any pomegranates on sale,” he responds, as he absentmindedly gazes into the sky.
A funny sign from a Japan train, where seat priority is given to the heart-broken. Along with the old, the pregnant, with baby and disabled.
Johnny Cash & June Carter- Help Me Make it Through the Night
Bad Company – Can’t Get Enough