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Surrender Yourself to your Partner with Babydoll Dresses

Surrender Yourself to your Partner with Babydoll Dresses
Surrender Yourself to your Partner with Babydoll Dresses

Here’s a fact: every woman in this planet must have at least one lingerie in the closet. By every woman, that means including you. The truth is you don’t have to wait for your wedding night or special occasions to buy lingerie. You can make ordinary nights with your partner an exciting one through lingerie.

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In Pursuit of Smelling Love

In Pursuit of Smelling Love
In Pursuit of Smelling Love

Can you smell how attractive someone is by sniffing that person’s sweaty T-shirt?

Well, maybe. It depends on which scientist you ask.

It has become common for the mysteries of attraction to be chalked up to pheromones. Pheromones are chemicals that we, and other mammals, all vertebrates really, secrete that affect the behavior of other members of our species — not unlike those we’re familiar with in the plant world. They are not the same as odors, although they are often used synonymously, and don’t really have a discernable scent.

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Ways sex makes you more beautiful

Ways sex makes you more beautiful
Ways sex makes you more beautiful

Think getting busy in the act is only a pleasurable activity? The truth is, it has several hidden benefits, more so for your beauty. Research proves that sex can help you look good in terms of your hair and skin. We jot down a few pointers of how having more sex can work wonders for your beauty.

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Ways to Get the Rough Sex You Want

Ways to Get the Rough Sex You Want
Ways to Get the Rough Sex You Want

Do you wish your partner would grab you by the hair and have their way with you? You probably do, because being dominated in bed is, according to research, one of the most popular fantasies for women (and men). But maybe you’re worried it’s anti-feminist to want to be submissive in bed. Well, you can stop feeling bad about it right now. Feminism is about having control over your own sex life, and if you want to exercise that control by asking your partner to take control, that’s just fine.

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Things Women Will Never Understand About Men

Things Women Will Never Understand About Men
Things Women Will Never Understand About Men

1. Boners are like wild stallions. We can’t tame them. They come and go as they please. Even after the hormonal apocalypse that is puberty, boners can show up at any time: when we’re aroused, when we’re browsing Facebook, at a funeral, when we’re wistfully staring out a window, and when we’re actively not trying to get a boner.

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Best Things About Dating a Short Guy

Best Things About Dating a Short Guy
Best Things About Dating a Short Guy

You don’t have to go very far for kisses!

1. You will never again tear a neck muscle for love. Kissing is better, eye contact is stronger, talking is easier. One out of every four relationships is derailed by an easily preventable neck strain.

2. He makes a nice little spoon too. Even if you’re not really into it, it’s nice to have the option.

3. Even small heels make you feel like a super model. You love him and all his lil’ness, but you also love a pair of stupidly high heels and how great they make you feel even when you’re awkwardly a head taller than him.

4. When you wear your most comfortable shoes (flats, obvs), you are the perfect height for each other. It’s easy to underestimate how important it is just to look each other right in the eye.

5. He probably has delicious Napoleonic tendencies. There’s some instinctual part of him that will always feel like he needs to compensate for something. Enjoy that compensation  in bed.

6. He appreciates your height-blind love more than a taller man. Probably while he was chilling in a bar in college, a tall, beautiful woman pointed at him and drunk whisper-yelled to her friend, “He’s so cute but also so short. I just could never, you know?” She’s a sad, vague memory now, and you are the most beautiful lady in the world to him.

7. When you need to complain about something beyond your control, he empathizes. He wouldn’t change a thing about you, but he understands why you want to talk about the four freckles you don’t like.

8. You look unintentionally badass in his clothes. The only reason you paid $110 for cropped boyfriend jeans this spring is because Katie Holmes went out in her shortie ex Tom Cruise’s pants looking so badass the trend is still going, six years later.

9. Even when he puts your wine glasses on the top shelf, you can still get to them when you need to. His beer stein is up there too, and he’s got to be able to reach that easily.

10. King-size beds take up so much room; you don’t need one! You can enjoy sex on a conveniently compact full-size bed!

11. Once you are in bed, you have plenty of room for yourself. Sex is great and cuddling is lovely, but there is nothing more delicious in this whole wide world than spreading out your limbs on your own bed without hitting him in the face or kicking his shins. When it comes to bed-sharing: compact limbs FTW.

12. He’ll never use your head as an armrest. That annoying thing really tall people do every so often where they rest their elbow on your head, look down and say, “Hey, how’s the weather down there?” Yeah, he’s never done that to you.

13. He’s got perspective on what’s important. He probably cared for a while about how he looked to other people. Now he’s all grown up and he doesn’t give a shit what people think about anything. Perspective is always an invaluable quality in a partner.

14. You’ll never have to sacrifice the top of his head for the sake of a cute Instagram.Because couples who selfie well together, stay together.

 

 

Best Things About Dating a Short Guy

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Conceive a baby faster

Conceive a baby faster
Conceive a baby faster

It can seem to be a little frustrating for you if your home pregnancy test kit shows no result, despite experiencing some of the early pregnancy symptoms. While nobody knows the right way to make you pregnant, a lot depends on your lifestyle habits and health status. In fact, the entire process of trying for a baby is a trial and error method. However, here are a few tips that could help you conceive soon.

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Ways to prevent pregnancy

Ways to prevent pregnancy
Ways to prevent pregnancy

Most young couples face this dilemma – ‘How can we prevent unwanted pregnancy while enjoying an active sex life?’ Well, there are numerous ways to enjoy your sex life and delay pregnancy until you are ready for it.

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Emotional Stages of Having Sex at Your Parents’ House

Emotional Stages of Having Sex at Your Parents' House
Emotional Stages of Having Sex at Your Parents' House

1. We should do sex. We’re both still awake. We’re in this little guest room with nothing but an old 13″ TV with a built-in VHS player. We should … you know…

2. Please, can’t we just do, like, something? All right, yeah, I know your parents are sleeping right next door, but we could do hand stuff, right?

3. We can be really quiet. It’ll be like a fun game. OK, that sounded creepy, but you know what I meant.

4. I promise, missionary, like, 10 minutes tops. I will give it my all. No holding back. No mind games to last longer. I promise, I will leave you so disappointed.

5. Having to be quiet is actually kind of hot. We’re both into this now, right?

6. Shit, are we being too loud? That was kind of loud. We’re too into this. Dial it back.

7. They must have heard that. Do you think they heard that? I can’t get a rhythm going without feeling like the sound of skin slapping against skin is reverberating around this room like we’re boning in an echo chamber.

8. I can’t stop thinking about your dad now. No, not in that way.

9. He’s there, on the other side of that wall … listening. I can feel his presence. It’s like Voldemort and Harry Potter. We have a connection now.

10. I can’t. I can’t do this. This feels too weird. What if he knows I’m coming. I know that makes no sense, but what if he knows.

11. He knows. I can feel it in my heart and in my genitals.

12. I lie awake dreading the glare I’ll get from him tomorrow at breakfast. He will stare into my eyes and know my shame and all of my sins. I will not be able to lift my spoon because my arms will be tied down with the weight of my transgressions, and he will sit at the head of the table and smile. Smile as the sullied yoke around my neck pulls my gaze down to my bowl of Lucky Charms that sits there, soaking in milk, until they are too soggy to eat. And he will smile, because he has won.

 

Emotional Stages of Having Sex at Your Parents’ House

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Emotional Stages of Being in a New Relationship

Emotional Stages of Being in a New Relationship
Emotional Stages of Being in a New Relationship

1. Oh my god, where did you come from, most perfect person I have ever met?! Kissing you is the best and hanging out with you is the best and also not having to date someone who is a total loser is the best! Plus, you are so hot! How are you so hot?

2. Oh my god, you listen to Sixpence None The Richer’s “Kiss Me” unironically, too??? Wait, you listen to Dave Matthews Band and you’re openly admitting that? I’ll just tell myself you don’t really like DMB and focus on the Sixpence tidbit, and we’ll get through this.

3. Every song I listen to reminds me of you. “Drunk in Love”? You. This weird EDM song that’s mostly just beeping sounds with a foghorn playing over it? Somehow still you.

4. That one thing you do is really weird and I’m not completely into it. I’d be lying if I said that the fact that you brush your teeth using only baking soda wasn’t confusing and strange, but I still like you a lot, so who cares? No one is perfect.

5. I’m just gonna Google your exes really quickly. Just to see if I’m hotter than they are. No big.

6. Uh-oh, I’m mad at you and you’re mad at me. I don’t want to have a fight because I hate fighting but I’m also mad at you. And now you’re mad at me because I was mad. I’m glad you told me about it and actually, you handled it pretty well, and you know what, I handled it pretty well too. Man, what can’t we survive?

7. Man, the qualities I do not love about you are really piling up. Again, it’s cool though because they don’t really matter and all your other qualities are seriously top notch. Still feelin’ it.

8. Will things always be this great? A lifetime of just pleasant experiences and awesome sex? Is that a thing?

9. Oh, no, what if one day things aren’t great and this ends. I don’t want it to end. Do you think it might end, every friend I know and also strangers I ask on the street? Do you? I would be so sad. Great, now I’m sad and nothing has even happened yet.

10. I’m so into you but also know basically nothing about you. Like, do you have a secret family? Is it weird to ask about diseases?

11. Why did anyone ever break up with you? Wait, why did they break up with you? Am I missing something? What if we break up for the same thing they broke up with you for? Oh well, they sounded like an asshole anyway.

12. I feel like I’m in love with you but I will not, will not, say it. I mean, I think it approximately five times every time I see you but I know it’s too soon and I will not say it. Don’t you worry about that.

13. You didn’t text me back last night so, obviously, you’re dead. I will attend your funeral and say that I loved you because I did, only I couldn’t say it because we’d only been dating a few months, but now that you’re dead, all bets are off. I loved you. I really did.

14. Honestly, if you are thinking about dumping me, which you might be because I have no idea what’s going on at this point, that’s fine. I don’t even care. Like, what are you, Angelina Jolie in the ’90s? No. You’re just a person. I’ll find someone else. It’s not a big deal. I mean I only loved you, like, a little bit anyway. Whatever.

15. But seriously, please don’t leave me, I’ve already imagined our wedding and you are so great I could cry. Wait, what’s that? You haven’t thought about leaving once? And you like me as much as I like you? And I should just stop overthinking every millisecond of our courtship so I can actually enjoy the fact I’ve found someone remarkable? Fiiiiine.

 

Emotional Stages of Being in a New Relationship

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Romantic Things to Do for Him This Christmas

Romantic Things to Do for Him This Christmas
Romantic Things to Do for Him This Christmas

I’m sure you will agree that Christmas is the special time to give joy and love to everyone. You need to demonstrate your affection and attention to your family and close friends. I am sure that your dream guy is also waiting for you to please him with a unique gift on Christmas. Take a look at these romantic ideas to prepare for your man this holiday.

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Exercises for Better Sex

Exercises for Better Sex
Exercises for Better Sex

Fun moves to train for your favorite kind of workout.

You have to train for most athletic endeavors — and sex is no exception. If sex is your sport, get ready for the action with a workout that improves your flexibility and strengthens the muscles you need to master any position. Put on a playlist that revs you up and perform 10 reps of each move below from Sadie Kurzban, certified fitness instructor and founder of the dance cardio technique ((305)) Fitness. Then repeat the entire circuit up to three times to really prep your body for your other favorite workout.

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Insecurities Men Feel During Sex

Insecurities Men Feel During Sex
Insecurities Men Feel During Sex

Are you faking your orgasm?

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Really Like to Have an Arranged Marriage

Really Like to Have an Arranged Marriage
Really Like to Have an Arranged Marriage

“It’s like falling in love each day with him.”

Sandhya is 29-years-old and her husband, Ankur, is 31. Before they got married, she lived in India, he lived in America, and they met when Sandhya’s parents placed a newspaper ad (in the “matrimonial column”) looking for potential husbands for her.

So your parents placed the ad?
Sandhya: Yes. My dad, every Sunday, he would send in and screen these ads and whichever he thought could be the potential matches he would mark them and tell me, “Whoever you are interested in just send them an email.” I remember being a little girl and like, “No, I’m not going to go through that. I am definitely not going to go through that,” but then you do it because you have to. You know you can’t reason with your parents.
Ankur: But I think it’s a good thing because we met.

What was it about him that you liked? Do you remember?
Sandhya: He’s very understated. He doesn’t try too hard. There are a lot of things that I like about him; it’s hard to put into words. When you live with someone, you just learn to like that life and go with it. With him, whenever I spoke it felt like I have known him forever. It never felt like he was someone new.
Ankur: Same thing with me. I was looking through emails for about two years or so. I had called and chatted with several girls in the past, but it never really worked out for me. With her, I saw her email, we met once, and then we talked once, and it just felt right. It just felt so right.

 

Was it strange to start a relationship that’s like,”OK, this is going to be serious. We’re going to get married”?
Sandhya: I think we had a lot of conditioning from our parents about it. That’s how my parents married. You see that happening around you. Your cousins are married that way. There are a lot of love marriages as well and different things happening, but growing up I saw that going on and someday I knew that this was going to happen to me, as well.
Ankur: It makes it easy. There’s no pressure on you that you have to date. In fact, it’s the opposite. There’s no worry that I’m going to end up alone! So for me I was open that if somebody right comes along that I am attracted to and that I like for a long term relationship, then I would go ahead with it. But it just didn’t happen until Sandhya.

So how long did you guys talk before you met in person?
Sandhya: I think a couple of hours. He liked me and he told his parents that he was interested, so his parents called my parents. Then my parents went to his place and met his parents and they liked everything, so he flew from the U.S. with his parents to meet me. It’s a whole family thing. We sat for like 15 minutes face to face. It’s kind of embarrassing because it is so…
Ankur: Because our entire families are there, so you are not really talking too much.
Sandhya: He was like all shy and I was talking, and then he just went home and the next day his parents called and said that he wants to get married to me and my parents were like, “Is it OK with you?” and I said, “OK!” and then we got married!

Now it’s like falling in love each day with him. It is like you’re still dating. We still don’t feel like we’ve gotten married. It’s like he’s my boyfriend.
Ankur: It’s a gamble. Both ways it’s a gamble. That’s like life in general and I always think that more than 50 percent of marriages end up nowhere, even though most of them are after long term dating. So it’s a gamble either way.

How long was your engagement?
Sandhya: We got married after a month and a half.

Once you were engaged you could hang out more right? You guys spent some time together?
Ankur: We could not. We did not because I was back in the U.S. and she was in India. I coordinated my vacation such that I went to India like a week before my marriage and stayed there for like five to 10 days after.
Sandhya: Indian weddings are like 10 days and it’s not about the bride and the groom. They are just supposed to be ganged up and get to some place where everyone can see them.
Ankur: I enjoyed it.

How many people are at the largest event of the wedding?
Sandhya: A thousand.
Ankur: Yeah I would say between 500 to 1,000. We knew maybe 50 or 100 of them, our close friends and immediate relatives. Everyone wants to take a picture with you and then you have to keep smiling for like several hours. Big smiles.
Sandhya: Your face starts shaking because you have to keep smiling.

Which day of the 10 day party did you really get to spend the night together?
Sandhya: Oh this happens after the wedding. After the reception.
Ankur: Yeah. When the party is over.
Sandhya: That was the most weird. Because, I don’t even really know him, but obviously it’s like a bit uncomfortable and embarrassing because you are with them all by yourself in the room.
Ankur: I was pretty relaxed because after a long feasting and party then you enjoy the process but then you want it to be over with after a certain time and that’s really the first time. It’s like oh finally!
Sandhya: The girl goes with the guy to his place. So now his house is my house.
Ankur: I think it went fine. It’s also about exploring the other person’s excitement of it. Who she is, what she is like. Talking about each other, talking about your stories from the past. So it is also kinda of the excitement of knowing the other person.
Sandhya: It is all butterflies in your stomach. It’s like “OH MYGOD! WHAT AM I DOING!?”

Does it feel like it’s too fast because you guys hadn’t spent that much time together?
Sandhya: I don’t know. If you think about it then there are all these crazy thoughts that come, and you have to stop thinking and go with the way you feel. Then it’s not that complicated anymore. I think we make it complicated when we over think things. So I just stopped using my brain and started using my heart.
Ankur: Yeah, it wasn’t complicated to me at all.

How has your sex life changed since you’ve been married?
Sandhya: I think it just keeps getting better.
Ankur: That’s the fun of being in an arranged marriage because you are getting to know the person as if you dated for the first two years.
Sandhya: And then the best part is that you can make your mistakes as well and you know that the other person is not going anywhere.
Ankur: Yeah that’s the best part of arranged marriages. There’s no fear. It’s not like dating. You’re not constantly judging the other person: Is he the right one? Is he not the right one? Is he faithful, not faithful? Will he go away if I say this, if I say that? Here that part is gone.
Sandhya: It’s about making this relationship perfect. Obviously we both are imperfect and we have our own flaws, but as a partner, how can I bring out the best in him and how can he do the same and how can we support each other?

What’s been your biggest fight since you got married?
Sandhya: We fight over the silliest things possible and then after we’ve screamed we think that it was so silly.
Ankur: And then we laugh about it.

Has anything surprised you about marriage?
Sandhya: I guess I thought it would be more difficult, but it’s not. Like I expected it to be like reallydifficult. Back home the girl has to keep quiet and let her husband dictate everything. That’s what they teach the girls — to be submissive — and I am not like that. But it’s been fun! We have an equal partnership.

Are there things you wish you would have had an opportunity to hash out before you got married?
Sandhya: I don’t think so.
Ankur: I think the big things we’re similar about.
Sandhya: It’s weird we’re on the same page about these big decisions without even discussing them.
Ankur: Yeah that was just very fortunate.
Sandhya: It’s folklore back home when you get married you walk around fire seven times, seven rotations, and it’s said you’re going to be married for seven lifetimes. So probably I have known him from my previous life or something.
Ankur: She thinks this is our seventh.

Oh because its been so smooth! What are you guys most looking forward to in your marriage?
Sandhya: Just having fun every day. That’s about it. I don’t think we have a certain image we have set our lives to.
Ankur: All we want to do currently at this state of life is have fun, and travel around before we have kids as much as possible. We would love to travel, advance our careers, support each other, and still discover each other every day.

Do you have any advice?
Ankur: I think marriage is a partnership — an equal partnership. And there is no one perfect out there for you, because no one is perfect. If you think, “This is not working out and I will find someone else because they will be better and more perfect,” that’s not likely, especially if you are just fighting over small issues because that is everyone.
Sandhya: First of all, we have to stop judging others. Marriage is for keeps. This is forever. It’s not like buying a dress, not like if it doesn’t fit I’ll throw this and get a new one. It’s not going to be like that. It’s loving an imperfect person perfectly. To keep it together you have to grow with the other person, make mistakes, because I am going to make mistakes; he is going to forgive me, and he’s going to make mistakes and I will have to forgive him. That’s how it’s going to work.
Ankur: The compromises in marriage, they become effortless because… they don’t feel compromised.
Sandhya: Because you don’t have to think about it.
Ankur: You’re growing as a person with them, rather than compromising yourself.
Sandhya: We will be more mature with each day and we will be awiser person with each day, but that’s going to happen with age. You cannot mature yourself in a day.

 

 

Do you and your spouse want to tell your story? Or do you know a great couple who should tell theirs? 

 

 

Really Like to Have an Arranged Marriage

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Sex Things Twentysomethings Don’t Care About

Sex Things Twentysomethings Don't Care About
Sex Things Twentysomethings Don't Care About

You can’t take off my bra with one hand? Neither can I

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