Life & Love

[ad_1] Dear E. Jean: There’s this gorgeous guy at the office with whom I’ve hooked up several times. I care deeply about him, but when I try to kiss him, he’ll say: “I’ll make you a deal. You give me oral sex, and I’ll kiss you.” I want my hand held! I want to be
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[ad_1] Halloween and love are a lot alike: everything starts out sweet as candy until you take off your mask and realize someone is hiding skeletons in their closet. But for some mortals, the dating world isn’t full of paranormal fuccboi activity. In a few supernatural occurrences, ghouls and goons have found love in a
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[ad_1] Dear E. Jean: I have a Craigslist etiquette question. I met the man of my dreams—Stanford grad, modern-art collector, brilliant—on the Casual Encounters section. He was sweet and attentive, and for months I was able to indulge every erotic fantasy I could think of. But then he moved 70 miles away, and we stopped
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[ad_1] The evidence that I am inadequate had been mounting for some time, but it reached a critical mass last week when Melania Edwards, an HSBC executive in Northern California, told Business Insider about her daily routine. Her day starts at 5:30 a.m. and includes meditation, tennis, yoga, continuing education, and volunteering—plus a full day
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[ad_1] Dear E. Jean: I’ve become obsessed with a beautiful—really beautiful—artistic, messed-up, soulful, self-centered romantic who is nine years younger than I am. For the past three years we’ve been having occasional sex, but the essence of our relationship is me advising him about his continuously tortured love life. (Women throw themselves at him.) I’m
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[ad_1] Another day, another retrograde? It may seem like every time you check Insta, someone’s posting another meme about this interstellar disruption. And yep, it’s happening again. This time it’s Venus, the planet of beauty, love and harmony that’s shifting into reverse. From October 5 to 31, she’ll back up through scintillating Scorpio. Then, beginning
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[ad_1] Dear E. Jean: I’m a 31-year-old woman with a solid career as an investment banker. I’m dating a handsome, loyal, sincere 34-year-old blue-collar musician. He’d do anything to make me happy, but I have a problem being the breadwinner. I like chivalry, tradition, and the man to be the one with the higher salary.
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[ad_1] Dear E. Jean: An attractive 20-year-old girl asked my husband if he would father a child for her. She’s the girlfriend of my husband’s 51-year-old brother, who is unable to have children. I’ve always wanted children. My husband has consistently refused, saying he doesn’t “want the responsibility of raising, caring, and paying for kids.”
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