Sex: Sex and relationships in the media this week
A new study shows that men in monogamous relationships who possess increased levels of the hormone oxytocin (also known as the “love hormone”), keep their distance from attractive women and are more likely to be faithful to their partners.
Writer Arden Leigh is a master of seduction. After years of feeling intimidated by the world of sex and romance, Leigh wanted to become part of a group she believed was cracking “the code to romantic fulfillment.” So, she became a female pick-up artist, and writes about it here.
According to Dr. Shannon Kolakowski, a relationship expert who writes for The Huffington Post, validation is the “single best thing you can do for your relationship.” What matters most in a relationships, Dr. Shannon said, is how a couple interacts with one another, rather than what a couple does together.
After years of wondering what role he was meant to play in his family, one man finally discovered it: a loving, artistic, gay uncle.
Exotic dancers fight back against unfair wages — and they’ve succeeded. Strippers employed by the Spearmint Rhino chain won a $13 million settlement in federal court — one of the largest financial settlements awarded to exotic dancers in the United States.
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