In the early naughties there was a TV show I adored called Queer Eye For The Straight Guy. It was premised on the stereotype that gay men are far more clued up on women's likes than their straight counterparts. The show had five gay men, called the Fab Five who’d come to the rescue of … Continue reading Keep Calm and Call A Goddess
Imagine never needing to trust your partner. “I don’t have to trust you…I trust my ability to choose the right man.” I saved this tweet, by @SEXisMyReligion. The cool thing about most concepts is that they are multi-layered and just when you think you get something, it’s presented to you from a different angle and … Continue reading Imagine That!
That "death do us part" thing is a protective mechanism. It says, "I don't trust me, and I don't trust you to be in a place where we are evoking the best from each other. And so, just to make sure, let's promise that even if we don't, we'll suffer it out together." Every law, … Continue reading Till DEATH Us Do Part
Recently, while catching up with a friend she mentioned that she had reunited with an ex. They had broke-up because they wanted different levels of commitment; she wanted an exclusive relationship while he wanted the freedom to see other people. I asked her if he had changed his stance. He hadn’t. Was exclusivity no longer … Continue reading Unconditional Love? On 1 Condition
Charles Darwin, author of Origins of Species had a lesser known theory of Sexual Selection. Paraphrased it says, women set the bar for who will get laid.