GMP’s Babble of the Sexes Team takes on catching feelings, mulligans and deciphering the differences inherit in the male vs. female brain.
No matter how casually you treat the sexual act, you and your life (and the lives of your partners) are worth more than that.
Is it time to end your NSA relationship? Here’s a how-to guide.
Thomas Fiffer may have found the dating game-changer. Care to give it a try?
Knowing what you want is key to successful online dating. Sami Jankins learned that what approach you use to meet someone absolutely depends on it.
For John McElhenney, once the connection has been established, even with a woman who may not be a perfect match, there is an energy, a confidence, a glow that transforms every cell of his body.
You may not be interested in commitment, and that’s totally fine. Dr. NerdLove explains how you can maintain a respectful casual relationship.
A young male writer explains his concept of sexual ‘repeat business’: the lone, constantly satisfied sexual partner.
‘I could just be myself without having to apologize for it.’ Bam. A message for any man who’s curious about women’s relationship wants.
Marzena Bielecka has some ideas about how to keep from getting “Friend Zoned”…over and over.
Edie Weinstein writes about the men in her life, the changes in her body and the different sources of inspiration she’s found for love and friendship
Allan Mott assumes one reason so many male viewers object to RomComs is because they’re some of the only films where you’re expected to identify with a female protagonist.
What do you think? Friends with benefits: awesome way to pass the time, or impending disaster?
The Friend Zone exists, and it’s not just something women do to men, Neil Sheppard reports. “I know, because I’ve done it.”
“My best casual sex was after flirtatious bar conversation and chat about sexual preferences, arm in arm, going to their place.”
These are comments by SecondBeach, John, and Mike on the post “On Women and Casual Sex – Part II: Flings, One Night Stands and Same Night Lays”.