Today's NO BOYS ALLOWED Guilty Pleasure

by Megan Greene Have you been single so long, you're beginning to question if men even look at you anymore? Or perhaps your inquiring mind has your eye wandering in a different direction. As women,  whether we're single and straight or madly in love with our guy, we have those thoughts or have even joked about switching teams. And we have those women who stopped wondering and turned their thoughts into actions by pursing other women. Have you ever met or knew a woman that acted on her lesbian tendencies, and you thought to yourself, "Wow! She's so pretty, why would... CONTINUE READING 0



In January, I had the opportunity to interview the renowned “Queen of Mean,” Lisa Lampanelli. When I asked her if she considered herself a modern-day feminist, she quickly came up with a wry remark, “All I know is feminists usually have underarm hair. But, I will say I shave regularly— although I do let the bush grow because you know... CONTINUE READING 14


by Meryl Lumba Let’s be real: when we were younger, we all swooned and believed that the boys we met in real life would be just as chivalrous, handsome, thoughtful, and generous as the ones on screen. It’s a good thing none of us held our breath. Here are 5 movie boyfriends that have totally kept us waiting: 1. Noah Calhoun You’re the number... CONTINUE READING 15


When it comes to a first date the question is often this: coffee or cocktails?  What does it mean when the guy you’ve been talking to asks you to “grab a coffee sometime” vs. “go out for a drink?”  Is a coffee date a real date?  Why didn’t he just bite the bullet and ask... CONTINUE READING 13


by Meryl Lumba Whether we’re working in a large corporation or a tiny non-profit, office dating happens. We all have that flirty co-worker– or the co-worker that is inadvertently leading someone on– or a co-worker that tries way too hard to be the “hot one” at the office. And we can all ask why anyone would want to mix their personal... CONTINUE READING 22


Every relationship reaches a point in which a partner needs support. And we would do anything for our partners. However, we can all agree that there’s a huge difference between being one’s support system and being one’s therapist. If your relationship is starting to feel a little one-sided, here are a few ways to level out: Tell him you’re a team This... CONTINUE READING 5


While many turn away from the notion of “sharing” their partner, others embrace love with open arms. Polyamory has gotten a bad reputation– namely through popular television series that depict polyamorous couples as promiscuous, selfish sex addicts that are afraid of commitment. We’re here to break that stereotype. The Claim Here’s the question on everyone’s minds: is maintaining a polyamorous relationship possible? And... CONTINUE READING 13


Summer's coming to a bitter end, and now it's the season to reflect. With the good comes the bad, and while you may have gotten a great new job or had an awesome vacation, it can be hard to silence the thoughts of poor choices – some of which may take the form of a certain someone. Yes, ladies everywhere... CONTINUE READING 6


Your big day can look like a huge project when you sit down to start planning, so why not let technology give you a hand? As they say, there's an app for that. Here are 5 apps to help ease the nuptial chaos. Weddings We know that every bride is addicted to Pinterest when the time comes to start planning her... CONTINUE READING 10


Money, while it cannot buy you love, can help you be miserable in comfort. But when it comes to our romantic partner, we'd prefer to believe that money does, in fact, buy us love AND comfort, and as for that whole misery part, well, can we just leave that out? In love, while we're loathe to think about it, many of... CONTINUE READING 10


Most of my friends are  married to their first “real” boyfriends. I know exactly how this happens. You meet someone you like in your 20s. You slowly get comfortable, move in together, develop a routine, and before you know it you’ve been together 5, 6, 7 years, at which point it seems easier to just get married than try to... CONTINUE READING 30