When you’re in a couple, do you like to coordinate Halloween costumes with your partner? If so, is it something that new couples can do, or should it be saved only until after you’ve farted in front of each other, met each other’s parents, and perhaps even promised eternal love? If you like to match, tell us some of your favorite couple costume ideas, past and present!
Or do matchy-matchy costumes make you want to gag on a spoon?
Or is it a little bit of both… cute and cloying, but totally worth potentially annoying your friends because of the hot role-playing potential in bed later that night…?
Let us know where you stand in the comments section below!
We’re conducting an unscientific survey on what people think are the best sex toys out there. As you know, we’re fond ofÂ all things LELO. What’s your all-time favorite one? Or at least your favorite one this season — after all, new and/or improved ones are popping up all the time. Please be specific in the comments below (and by “specific,” we mean in product details and — please for the love of the Gods — not in Penthouse Forum details).
The way Hollywood portrays it, you’d think nobody ever worried about getting pregnant or contracting an STD. Safer sex is pretty much nonexistent in mainstream movies. But every now and then, a little latex breaks through. Can you think of any? Let’s see if we can compile a list of the condom’s greatest Hollywood moments — leave your nominations in the comments section below.Â We’ll also accept nominations for scenes involving any kind of birth control or discussion of safer sex!
(We’ll round up our favorites in a post on this site soon!)
The New York Observerreported this week that more and more married couples are taking in roommates, thanks to the economy (and the always tough real estate market in the city). More than one couple noted that having a roommate was actually good for their marriage — it forced them to have more interesting and deep dinner conversations; it helped them see each other through someone else’s eyes (i.e. to not take their partner for granted), and they liked having someone besides their partner to turn to in times of stress or anxiety or strife… they felt it eased the pressure on their marriage.
But on the other hand… Do we even need to go there? The possible attraction, jealousy, insecurity. Taking sides. Fighting as a spectator sport. Quiet sex — and only quiet sex. Getting dressed to pee in the middle of the night….
So, what do you think? If you were living with a partner, would you take on a roommate? Have you? What can you report?