Love

11.09.12
Marriage: In General And In Gay
Marriage: In General And In Gay

I suck at relationships. Which, I think, is something that many of us single women say. Likely, when we find ourselves in the right relationship, we’ll see that we suck a little bit less at them than we’d previously thought. In the meantime, it’s easier to attempt to come off like a bad as... read more

10.30.12
5 Tips For Dealing With Your Partner Looking At Other Women
5 Tips For Dealing With Your Partner Looking At Other Women

Men look at other women and it’s perfectly normal. However, many women feel uncomfortable and start fuming (read: steam billowing out of their ears) when they see their lover eye-balling a younger woman wearing a tight dress or bust them looking at the most ridiculously-themed porn. Have you seen ... read more

10.28.12
Love And Coffee: An Ever-Evolving Relationship
Love And Coffee: An Ever-Evolving Relationship

“Uncompromising purpose and the search for eternal truth have an unquestionable sex appeal for the young and high-minded; but when a person loses the ability to take pleasure in the mundane – in the cigarette on the stoop or the gingersnap in the bath – she has probably put herself in ... read more

10.12.12
Men We Love: An Interview With John Taylor of Duran Duran
Men We Love: An Interview With John Taylor of Duran Duran

John Taylor has been in my life for over 20 years. We were married when I was 19 years old, divorced by the time I was 26, but have continued to co-parent our daughter Atlanta together through all of it. Despite being a guy in a band and the obvious challenges that go with tha... read more

10.09.12
I Kissed A Girl
I Kissed A Girl

In 2000, literally just weeks after I’d graduated from college, I took a road trip to Washington D.C. to attend a gay-rights concert called Equality Rocks. I didn’t go to make a point, I went because I figured it was the only time I would see Melissa Etheridge, The Pet Shop Boys and George ... read more

09.18.12
There’s Something About Marilyn

Following the 50 year anniversary of her death, the girl born Norma Jeane, is as beloved as ever. Her passing a mere blip in the history of her legacy as an immortal screen legend. Marilyn Monroe; her name enough to instantly recall her and incite endless rapture and adoration throughout the world. ... read more

08.25.12
The Logic of Abuse: Why Women Choose To Stay

Rihanna’s latest interview with Oprah has brought the issue of abuse and the complex relationship women share with their abusers back into the forefront of conversation. Many women, including myself, understand the conflicting, sad feelings RiRi described. Wanting to be with someone who is ... read more

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