You know what? I think that we mothers get a totally bad rap when it comes to sex. We're stereotyped as not ever wanting sex and just saying no to it without thinking about it and that is so not true! We totally think about it before we say no. There is an actual thought process that we go through before we deny our groping significant others.
Accuse me of breaking the mami-code if you must, but I believe that this is for the greater good. I believe that in order to break the sexual stereotypes that plague mothers we must educate the public on what goes through a mother's mind when saying no to sex and that is why I am going to spill the frijoles so to speak.
Wedding season has taken over! Whether you are a bridesmaid, guest of honor or bride-to-be (like me!), it seems like summer has been invaded by those "I do's." No matter the cost or amount of awkward dancing that goes on, it seems like everyone makes it a point to come together to celebrate the bride and groom. So why do we love weddings so much even when they are not our own?
What would you do if your husband sent you an Excel spreadsheet that tracked your sex life for the past seven weeks and not in a particularly good or flattering way, more like an accusatory documentation of how little you put out? Oh, and he sends you this spreadsheet via email while you are in a cab headed to the airport for a 10 day business trip and once the email is sent, he cuts off communication. Yikes. Well, that is exactly what happened to Reddit user throwwwwaway29 and I guess since she couldn't talk to him about it she posted about it on the internet instead.
Of course, now that she has shared, I absolutely have to share the spreadsheet with you! You've gotta see this!
It used to be that you knew a man was a mami's boy when he still lived at home, but modern day mami's boys have evolved enough to at least move out of the nest, making them harder to spot--and perhaps avoid. In fact, you may be dating one right now!
Mami, let's talk about sex after baby. I think a lot of emphasis is put on how having sex after giving birth, especially vaginally, might not be as good as before you had a baby. Well, I for one want to talk about how sex after having a baby can be so much better. Yes, I said BETTER!
Look, I know what I'm talking about because I liked sex before I had two kids and now I like it even more in some ways.
Some people are so desperate to find love that they'll do just about anything to get it. Others realize fate is not going to lead them to their one and only and decide to take matters into their own hands. One of those people happens to be a guy who goes by the name ARuFa. We don't know much about this man, except for the fact that he was tired of not being able to find a girlfriend.
So he did the next best thing, which might creep you out once you see it!
The internet is full of sexperts giving you any number of tips on how to perfect your oral sex routine. Do a little online search and you will find advice galore on how to give mind-blowing fellatio. Great, I'm all for it and I'm sure the man in your life is too, but what about what not to do? Because trust me, there are definitely things you should NOT do while going downtown on your fella.
That's what I'm here for. I'm here to tell you exactly what NOT to do when giving your guy a blow job. Think of this as your blow jobs don'ts guide. You're welcome!
George Clooney got REALLY mad this week after The Daily Mail completely fabricated a story about his upcoming marriage to gorgeous lawyer Amal Alamuddin. I'm not sure how she got self-proclaimed "bachelor for life" to commit, but the couple announced their engagement in April and have been deeply involved in planning their big wedding day ever since.
So when reports hit the web this week that the actor's future suegra, Baria Alamuddin, was opposed to the marriage it really made him mad. Clooney even took the time to address the rumors (something he NEVER does) in an essay published in USA Today in which he accused them of fabricating the story.Continue Reading >
Rumor has it there may be trouble in paradise for Love & Hip Hop Atlanta reality couple Joseline Hernandez and Stevie J.
News of the couple's alleged split began swirling earlier this week after Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club reported that Hernandez posted a series of profanity-laced tweets indicating she had multiple sexual encounters with different men including Nelly, Drake and a White House driver. The tweets, of course, have since been deleted. But wait, the story doesn't end there. The self-proclaimed Puerto Rican princess returned to the scene of the crime on Monday to say her Twitter account had been hacked. She then posted a series of photos and videos of herself alongside her beloved "Stebie" on Instagram to prove the attention-loving couple were still as solid as ever, because you know what they say: An Instagram pic is worth a thousand 140-character tirades.
Robin Thicke made yet another attempt at winning (or is it whining?) his estranged wife Paula Patton back with the debut of his new single "Forever Love." Though he's far from the only musican to ever put his post-breakup feelings on a track, he's definitely the only one to dedicate an entire album to his ex, ultimately making the "Lost Without You" crooner seem kinda, sorta creepy. Perhaps he should take his cue from these five formerly heartbroken singers who've managed dedicate songs to their exes without slipping into stalker territory.