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Don’t Be Too Perfect, It Scares the Men

October 19, 2009
Don’t Be Too Perfect, It Scares the Men

I just returned from my trip to Florence and Paris, and while I didn’t actually “work” during my vacation, I seem to view everything through the lens of relationships these days. Everywhere I turned I seemed to find myself observing something that I could hardly wait to share with you. Today’s post is inspired by […]

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20 Reasons You Don’t Have a Boyfriend

September 28, 2009
20 Reasons You Don’t Have a Boyfriend

Manolith, a men’s lifestyle online magazine, recently ran the article 20 Reasons You’re Still Single. I was delighted to learn that there are apparently a significant number of men who want a relationship and need advice. The piece addresses a wide range of typical male weaknesses, including questionable hygiene, douchebaggery and being “too nice.” One […]

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Do Pretty Girls Have it Harder?

September 11, 2009
Do Pretty Girls Have it Harder?

If you want to be happy for the rest of your life Never make a pretty woman your wife So from my personal point of view Get an ugly girl to marry you Jimmy Soul, 1970 Do beautiful women have a harder time finding real love? I bet Jennifer Aniston thinks so. The woman in […]

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Getting an Upper Hand Job

July 29, 2009
Getting an Upper Hand Job

“Be extremely subtle, even to the point of formlessness. Be extremely mysterious, even to the point of soundlessness. Thereby you can be the director of the opponent’s fate.” Sun Tzu, The Art of War Playing Hard To Get has traditionally been a woman’s game: Woman is the desired object. Man wants sex. Man courts woman […]

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How to be a Femme Fatale and Grab the World By the Balls

April 24, 2009
How to be a Femme Fatale and Grab the World By the Balls

In the 1930s, there were women who knew how to grab the world by the balls to get what they wanted. Their power to seduce both on screen and in life was formidable. These femme fatales are still relevant role models. They were a brainy, brassy mix of drive and subtlety. They had lots of attitude, […]

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