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Related to our earlier conversation about sex in committed relationships and keeping the spark alive, there’s an article in the New York Times this week all about how to have a better relationship, with a big emphasis on sex in committed relationships. It’s full of interesting statistics, tips, and tidbits. For example, there are six… Read More

Think of your most embarrassing moment ever. Now, multiply that embarrassment by 10, maybe 20, and you may begin to feel one young woman’s level of humiliation on a Tinder date that went awry in England last week. That’s her in the photo above. Any guess what she’s doing? She’s fishing out her poo from… Read More

We Did It!

The largest protest in US history! Sister marches all over the world, on all seven continents! This is only the beginning. We will not be silenced. I went to the New York march, where an estimated 400,000 people came out. There were so many of us that the march route couldn’t contain us and we… Read More

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5UUwuq5UuE0&feature=em-upload_owner New research analyzing data from four million people over the course of the last 120 years or so shows that the current generation of women has closed the gender gap on alcohol consumption. Congratulations, ladies. And in honor of this milestone in gender equality, here’s a Drinking with Dear Wendy video from days past… Read More

Psychologist John Gottman is a social scientist who has been researching and studying married couples closely since the 80s. From his data, Gotten separates couples into two categories: “the masters” and “the disasters.” The masters are pros at creating an environment of love and intimacy; the disasters, on the other hand, regularly squashed those things… Read More