By Amaris Castillo | 05/16/2013 - 13:14
Pat Robertson needs to just shut up. Someone please zip up that mouth of his permanently. The televangelist received a call on his show The 700 Club from a woman struggling to forgive her husband for cheating on her.
Robertson’s response? “Well, he’s a man.”
He also wants you to not talk about the cheating. Just stop it.
The octogenarian went on to share his wonderful advice on how to fight through to forgiveness, saying that the woman should begin to focus on why she married her husband in the first place.
By Amaris Castillo | 05/12/2013 - 09:06
It’s Masturbation Month! And what better love is there than the one you have for yourself? Of course, society is still bashful about the thought of us rubbing on… well, you know...
In honor of this self-loving month, we picked out a few toys that are discreet, but get the job done - and well-done. Have fun:
By Amaris Castillo | 05/02/2013 - 11:04
Kissing. It’s fun. Extremely fun. It’s definitely a past time for humankind. But why do we do it?
A really interesting video by Vsauce explains the science behind making out. In it, the YouTube channel’s co-creator Michael Stevens examines the time-consuming act. The average human spends 20,160 minutes of their life on Earth kissing. Wow – how are we able to hold jobs?
By Amaris Castillo | 04/25/2013 - 11:32
Do you remember when you told your significant other that you love him/her? It was on a Saturday, wasn’t it? At 10 pm, right? I’m no psychic – just going off a new study that states that couples are most likely to say ‘I love you’ on this day, at that time.
SWNS.com reports that most lovebirds are moved to say ‘I love you’ on Saturday night, according to a study of 2,000 people in relationships.
By Valerie Tejeda | 02/06/2013 - 11:36
Ending a relationship can be difficult, to say the least. (Just look at Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber!) And for some of us, it can be ever harder to let go. Half-Mexican Laura Wheeler is a Marriage and Family Therapist who has spent a lot of time counseling on-again-off-again couples. She shares with us how to end a relationship once and for all. (Selena, are you reading this?)
By Valerie Tejeda | 10/14/2012 - 11:00
Sad truth: most of us tend to put on a few pounds once we start a new relationship. It’s easy to understand why we gain those “love pounds”: Once you’re comfortable around someone, diet just doesn’t seem to matter as much. (Dessert, anyone?) Also, you typically adopt your partner’s eating habits, so if your man likes a bowl of ice cream after dinner, you’re likely to have one as well. California-based fitness coach Christina Barone shares with us five ways to avoid gaining weight in a new relationship.
By Sugey Palomares | 09/11/2012 - 12:00
Searching for your chisme fix? Bueno, look no further. We have your gossip roundup below:
- After months of speculation, everyone is still patiently waiting for Shakira and boyfriend, Gerard Pique, to confirm the baby news. According to a report last month by HuffPost Voces, the "Hips Don't Lie" star is about 4 months pregnant and expects to deliver in January 2013.
By Jenna Birch | 08/29/2012 - 15:00
Does it ever seem like you’re just on the verge of happiness in a new romance, when your friend suddenly steps in to plant a seed of doubt or drive a wedge between you and your man? Brea, 21, has been there. Her friends threw her a surprise birthday party a couple years back, and one of her good guy friends was in attendance. She talked to him periodically throughout the evening, but didn’t think anything of it -- until her boyfriend questioned her. "A friend, who actually set us up, told my boyfriend that because I was talking to another guy, I must have been cheating.
By Sujeiry Gonzalez | 08/10/2012 - 14:00
All women want to reach orgasm. Unfortunately, a recent survey by AdamEve.com suggests faking orgasms isn't just a tale passed on by abuelitas. 47 percent of women pretend to experience the big O. The reasoning for the fakery varies. 33 percent of women said, "It just wasn't going to happen." 35 percent admitted they didn't want to hurt their partner's feelings. Other explanations included feeling tired (7 percent), bored (4 percent), or uncomfortable (3 percent).