If you like it snipped into your boyfriend's initial, that's a little weird, but sure, that's your choice.
his is a great topic because there is a HUGE double standard among guys and girls. If a girl doesn't have sex with a guy after a few dates, we assume that she's not ready, or that she has some kind of 'rule' about the number of dates that have to occur before sex can happen.
I wish I could say 'Hey, she may look like a Victoria's Secret model, but guys really just go for personality!'. But let's face it, we all know the truth.
Let's get real. No matter what anyone says, people are going to be curious about other people's number of sexual partners. Why? Because we are all nosy, nosy people and it's interesting.
This Thursday, March 14th, one month after Valentine's Day, is 'Steak and a BJ' Day. It's the day when we reward men for their hard efforts on Valentine's Day with the things they love most, ie: oral sex and a big chunk of meat.
I've read at least a thousand blow job tips in Cosmo, but not one feature on post-sex etiquette. Every movie I've seen may show a couple snuggling, but they never show the clean up - seriously, they didn't put on a condom, so how the hell are they not just laying there feeling gross?!
I'm sorry, I've got to say it. Girls have it way harder on Valentine's Day.
Guys love to complain about how complicated girls are, how they're so difficult to understand, how they're scary, insane creatures from another planet sent down to confuse the minds of innocent men with sex and hidden meaning. Poor men. Girls aren't that difficult to read, seriously.
My initial response to using websites like Craigslist or OKCupid's blind date app to find hookups has always been no, no, NO. It freaks me out. Call it watching too many episodes of Catfish, but I am just too freaked out by how easy it is to lie about who you are online. A seemingly cute guy could be a 40 year old woman.
So CC's lovely editor Alex was browsing Reddit this week and came across this post, with a guy asking if it was unreasonable to ask his girlfriend of four years to give him a blow job without a condom. My initial thoughts? That must taste weird, very latex-y and possibly like spermicide.
If there's one relationship topic I'm seriously passionate about, it's cheating. I'm pretty firm on my beliefs - cheating is horrible. It is one of the most hurtful, selfish things a person can do. Is it understandable in some cases? Yes. Does that make it right? No.
Whether you find yourself giving more than you're receiving or vice versa, it's easy for things to get a little unbalanced. Some people just love to do things for their partner, and if both people are happy, what's the problem?
Hey, I'm not the kind of girl to tell anyone the 'right way' to have sex. If you enjoy it and you're not hurting anyone (unless they're into that) go right ahead. But I think we can all agree there are some things that guys just need to stop doing in bed.
When you've been with someone for a long time, it takes just that extra bit of effort to keep things fresh and both people happy. So what can you do?
So, a study came out recently that said that in girl/guy friendships, not only do guys experience high levels of attraction to their female friends, but they also severely overestimate how attracted their female friends are to them.
You might not like what I've got to say. This week, we're talking about "being yourself" in a relationship. As in your real self. As in, the one who doesn't roll out of bed looking perfect, the one who loves watching 'My Strange Addiction', yes, even the one who will happily finish an entire pizza all by herself.
From the offensive to the inconvenient, there are some Halloween dress-up ideas that guys should know to never ever wear.
I feel bad for guys, because when you think about it, what's their standard fail-safe Halloween costume? For girls it's simple - if you're trying to get with guys and have a crazy night you can just choose any standard option and put 'slutty' in front of it (slutty nurse, slutty cat, slutty policewoman, need I go on?).
Turns out there are a lot of reasons, ranging from the superficial to protecting your heart.
I honestly believe, and have always believed, that being alone sometimes is essential for true happiness. You need time on your own to organize everything you need to do, to plan for the future, and to relax and do things you love.
Oral sex protocol is a seriously opinion-dividing topic, and I totally get why. A lot of guys just don't like the idea of going mouth to mouth with someone whose lips have just touched their junk, the same way loads of girls don't want to get a taste of their own downstairs area.
Sorry, but I cannot STAND the concept of faking orgasms. I think it's dishonest, rude, and kind of stupid. There is no reason to fake it. No, seriously.
Relationships are supposed to be built on trust, open communication and complete honesty, but when it comes to more 'personal' preferences, it can be difficult to keep calm and share everything.
What's the difference between long-term exclusive hooking up, and being in a relationship? No, that's not a rhetorical question, I'm seriously asking, because it seems like the exact same thing.
There are some basic rules of naked pics, from simple sexting etiquette to the best ways to protect yourself from embarrassment or getting hurt.
eah, the majority of cases don't work out - people get too attached, it gets too complicated, there's judgement from other people, or it just ends awkwardly. However, as long as people go into FWB relationships being completely honest about what they expect and what they can handle, it can totally work out.
You know what they don't show you in movies? All the gross, difficult and embarrassing things that come as part of sex.
There are boring sex tips, and then there are "holy sh*t why doesn't every girl know about this" sex tips. These little gems are the latter.
I think a lot of guys think that when the relationship starts, dating stops. I've heard guys say that dating is NEVER exclusive. So does that mean dating and being in a relationship are mutually exclusive?
90% of the time it's because we think guys would like us more if we looked like the famous faces we saw in magazines and on the big screen.
If I'm mad, I'm mad and you bet it's going to be for pretty good reason. What's the point in denying or belittling my frustrations, even if they seem petty to someone else?
Drinks are less serious than dinner, more fun than coffee and it can actually tell you quite a bit about the guy you're spending the evening with.
Forget complaints like "leaving the toilet seat up"; that's nothing compared to the horrible, unfortunately true stories I was confronted with today as I polled my friends on the matter.
Today I sat down to think about all the reasons I thought men were sexy. Rough life, right? Well, it's a little harder than you might think.
You see, the idea of having anyone meet my mother and father is one of the scariest things I can think of.
Remember that scene from 'The Sweetest Thing' when Christina is dreaming about receiving oral sex every hour on the hour while eating mountains of ice cream void of any calories?