- by Jennifer on July 31st, 2011
- by Jennifer on July 29th, 2011
By Shilo Urban
The summer season is hot and dating makes you even hotter – but does that give anyone the excuse to wear backless pants?
After surviving the style-sucking trend of convertible pants (the ones that zip off at the knee into shorts), now the dating populace must face pants whose schizophrenia goes in a brand new direction. Click here to read more…
- by Jennifer on July 28th, 2011
If you were told from the beginning of your life that you would never be allowed to get married, and you would never be allowed to have children, how would you live? How would you behave? If you knew you never had a chance at a “normal” life, what would that do to you?
That’s what a gay man (or woman) has had to deal with. The idea of getting happily married and settling down and raising kids has never been something that I even got to consider, because I’ve spent my whole life being told it wasn’t allowed. Click here to read more…
- by Jennifer on July 26th, 2011
My kids don’t like the person I’m seeing. What I learned the hard way after dealing with this tricky situation.
He was anxious to meet me after we traded a few emails and our first phone chat that lasted about two hours. At the end of the call he said, “I know this is rushing it a little but I can’t wait to meet you. Can you meet me tomorrow night?” Click here to read more…
- by Jennifer on July 25th, 2011
- by Jennifer on July 22nd, 2011
By Aubrey Mayne
While mulling over the ideas for this article I thought that I was going to find the Rosetta Stone of attracting men, when in fact my research led me into a completely different direction than my original predictions.
Sexy, Eccentric, Tomboy, Girly and Professional.
No, I’m not talking about the 90‘s pop phenomenon that was the Spice Girls. I’m talking about the five basic categories of women’s style. I set out to explore these different stereo types and see what exactly they reeled in. Click here to read more…
- by Jennifer on July 20th, 2011
Terrifying screams, blood, fear and a whole lot of mind numbing pain… This isn’t taken from the script of a scary movie but a scene from the “miracle of life” in the delivery room.
As expectant parents, the birth of your child is an exciting time and the unpleasant changes in the woman’s body are just a part of the deal. On some level, both parents accept that any permanent changes to the woman’s body are a part of having a child.
In my situation, my ex-husband was supportive and not concerned about the impact pregnancy and childbirth would have on my body. It was just a part of the package. For nine months, a growing abdomen, breasts and ridiculously swollen ankles were givens. Click here to read more…
- by Jennifer on July 19th, 2011
By Aubrey Mayne
I will never forget the day when while riding in the back of my mother’s mini van next to my boyfriend, my mother turned around without prompting and out of the blue ask him, “Your not kissing her… dirty, are you?”
Ever since then it is no surprise that the “meeting of the parents” marker has daunted me whenever in a relationship. It’s not just my parent’s unpredictable manor of “getting to know” my boyfriends that makes me nervous, it’s also the meeting of his wellspring that can be nerve-wracking. Click here to read more…