Category Archives: Love

Hugh Hefner’s Playmate fiancee calls off wedding

The wedding of Playboy founder Hugh Hefner to his 25-year-old girlfriend has been called off, following her change of heart, Mr Hefner announced. Mr Hefner was to marry Crystal Harris, who was featured in the magazine as Playmate of the Month in December 2009, on Saturday. The 85-year-old has been married twice before, in 1949… Read More »

Want to catch a lady’s eye? Don’t smile, study says

A note to single dudes: If you’re looking to pick up a woman at a bar, whatever you do — don’t smile at her. Women are actually less sexually attracted to smiley, happy men, suggests a new University of British Columbia study, published online today in the journal Emotion. If that’s surprising to you —… Read More »

Can you predict your mate will cheat by their voice?

When choosing a partner, women believe the lower the man’s voice, the more likely he’s going to cheat. Conversely, men think a woman with a higher voice is more likely to be unfaithful, researchers have found. The study, published in the latest edition of the online journal Evolutionary Psychology is the first to examine the… Read More »

Harlequin Attempts to Patent the Kiss

Talk about lip service: Harlequin Enterprises, renowned publisher of pulp romance novels, has applied for a patent on the romantic kiss. The application, if granted, leaves open the possibility that we may one day have to pay a licensing fee to lock lips with the ones we covet. Don’t start worrying yet. Harlequin, which releases… Read More »

Lawsuit Says Match.com Is A Fraud

If You Subscribed To Match.com, You May Be Interested In A Class Action LawsuitA class action lawsuit alleges that upwards of 60% of the profiles on Match.com are either inactive former users or fake or fraudulently posted. In numerous instances the photos attached to these profiles are of pornographic actresses and models, seemingly stolen from… Read More »

It’s Valentine’s Day, How are you doing?

Saint Valentine of Terni and his disciples. Historical facts Numerous early Christian martyrs were named Valentine. The Valentines honored on February 14 are Valentine of Rome (Valentinus presb. m. Romae) and Valentine of Terni (Valentinus ep. Interamnensis m. Romae).] Valentine of Rome was a priest in Rome who was martyred about AD 269 and was… Read More »

How to Handle Valentine’s Day When You’re Polyamorous

You’d think that a woman who enjoys what she calls “sport sex” wouldn’t have trouble finding a Valentine. But you’d be wrong, both about the woman and her situation. Angye Fox, 40, runs a successful ad agency in Florida and, yes, she is also a swinger who has sex with different partners without being in… Read More »

Male Rights Activist Calls for Valentine’s Day Boycott

David Moye – Any guy who gives flowers on Feb. 14 is a blooming idiot. So says Marc Rudov, a relationship expert in Los Gatos, Calif., who is on a campaign to get American men to boycott Valentine’s Day. According to Rudov, who has authored books such as “Under the Clitoral Hood: How to Crank… Read More »

A robot that can fall in love!

Blob … Stefan’s invention looks like a giant pillow Robots could one day completely replace the need to have a boyfriend or girlfriend. Well, that's what the latest invention suggests. A robot that can fall in love with its owner could put an end to millions of lonely hearts across the globe. It has special… Read More »

Faking it in the USA

… Now, an Indiana University survey published today has put some confirming data on the faked orgasm phenomenon. According to the survey’s researchers, 85 percent of men said their partners climaxed during the most recent sex act, while 64 percent of women reported they actually did. “There’s this massive gap between men’s perception and women’s… Read More »

Study shows real partners are no match for ideal mate

Our ideal image of the perfect partner differs greatly from our real-life partner, according to new research from the University of Sheffield and the University of Montpellier in France. The research found that our actual partners are of a different height, weight and body mass index than those we would ideally choose. The study, which… Read More »

I do goes high-tech with Japan robot priest

The groom looked dashing, his bride resplendent in white, but all eyes in this Japanese wedding were on the priest, a four-foot tall robot with colourful, flashing eyes called i-Fairy. The robot is usually used in museum and exhibitions to direct visitors, but with the help of a flower headpiece, and a new programme, it… Read More »

Military application of Transcendental Meditation gaining acceptance

A leading scientific journal in Pakistan, The Journal of Management & Social Science,* recently published a paper titled “A New Role for the Military: Preventing Enemies from Arising-Reviving an Ancient Approach to Peace,” indicating that the military application of the Transcendental Meditation technique has merit. The paper discusses how militaries worldwide could use the Transcendental… Read More »