Welcome to the new bromance: for her. In our latter twentysomethings it’s typical for most of us to have a solid group of go-to friends. Either that or we lost em all when we got hot and heavy with our man, so it is in this age bracket that we often venture out and meet new friends. Fresh faces. Women who are more likeminded. Who don’t go as far back and who see us in a different like. The story goes similar to the script of I Love You, Man, a movie in which Paul Rudd and Jason Segel star. This film is a favourite of mine. It epitomizes the stages of getting to know someone new with similarities to how one begins dating.
I’m a 35 year old married woman in a ten year relationship. It’s gotten to the point where is seems like I’m having the same sex all the time. My husband says he is up for trying something new but I’m not sure where to start, since he probably won’t initiate the changes. Basically, my sex life has hit a wall. How can I expand my horizons (and my husband’s).
The Ontario provincial government majorly fumbled when they rolled out the new sex education curriculum and then promptly withdrew it as a result of mass complaints. There was no shortage of rants and raves along with media-fed misinformation about the curriculum. Here is a general overview of the proposed changes.
Fetishes are something people don’t understand and therefore label as deviant. Because these people don’t tow the what-is-socially-acceptable-for-sexual-behavior-line (i.e. heterosexual monogamous sex) they are automatically labeled as freaks. It is my experience that, generally, these people are just the opposite.
Women are known to somewhat – how you say – ‘misread’ situations. Instead of thinking “He want’s me”, we think, “What does he want from me?” We go on a date with a guy who-–at the end of the date-–doesn’t lean in for that anticipated first kiss and tell ourselves “He’s just not that into me”, all whilst avoiding the fact that your dinner date lasted four (or so) hours.
Would you be comfortable dating a bisexual? Would you be worried that they would leave you for a same-sex individual (if you date an opposite sex person normally?) Would you care? Would you be jealous of their same-sex friends? Would you think this was a great way to access a threesome?