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  • 00:41

    the importancy of physical intimacy

    in Lifestyle

    How important is physical intimacy to a relationship?
      the casual touching, hello kisses, actual intercourse...
    if these things stop for non health related reasons, is this a sign of a bigger relationship issue?
    how long would / should one try to work past this hump ?when do you just cut your losses?

  • 00:24

    or is it a communication issue

    in Lifestyle

    All women are crazy people
    all men are clueless assholes
     
    are the above statements simply facts that we must accept if we wish to continue dealing with one another.
      or is there a larger issue. are women really insane or are men just barrely capable of understanding what the hell is going on in their heads.
      are men really clueless and callous or do we just prioritize so differently as to make it seem ridiculous or uncaring to women
     
    (the simple and true answer though, is that women are crazy)

  • 00:27

    dating and who's paying part 4

    in Lifestyle

    simple questions:
    why buy the cow if you can get the milk for free?
                                      vs
    never buy a car without test driving it first.
    would you start a serious, monogamous relationship without having started a sexual relationship?

  • 00:02

    Monogamy. Nurture or Nature

    in Lifestyle

    Do monogamous relationships come naturally to humans?
    If so, why and how do so many people go against that natural instinct.
    If its learned behavior what are the benefits to this behavior that cause us in our society to pursue and encourage monotonous... i mean monogamous relationships? 

  • 00:30

    Independant Women and Sensitive Men

    in Lifestyle

     
      It seems that in the twenty first  century the men in this country have become in touch with their feelings to the point of rediculousness.
    Either as a cause or as a result women are now so independent they seem to have convinced themselves that they must do everything for themselves and by themselves

  • 00:40

    welcome back

    in Lifestyle

    in the interest of easing back into the show id like to revisit a subject we have touched on before...
    traditional gender roles in relationships.
    it has been said that thecurrent trend of breaking, reevaluating or switching these roles is having a negative effect on marriage and serious relationships in this country

  • 00:30

    Dating & Who's Paying? Part 3

    in Romance

    This is the 3rd of a series about dating in the 21st century.
    In a committed relationship what are your expectations for the distribution of responsibilities?

    If I had a live in girlfriend I'd expect her to pay half of the rent and half of the bills.
     In the event that she did not work I would not wash not nan dish, shop not a single cucumber, nor a laundry would I do...

  • 00:29

    comedy or coonery

    in Lifestyle

    There is no denying that artist such as the Ying Yang Twins, The Wayans brothers ,and yes, ill say it, Tyler Perry; have a  right to create as they see fit.
      however, is there a line between self expression and minstraling?

  • 00:40

    dating and who's paying part 4

    in Lifestyle

    simple questions:
    why buy the cow if you can get the milk for free?
                                      vs
    never buy a car without test driving it first.
    would you start a serious, monogamous relationship without having started a sexual relationship?

  • 00:22

    dating and who's paying part 4

    in Lifestyle

    simple questions:
    why buy the cow if you can get the milk for free?
                                      vs
    never buy a car without test driving it first.
    would you start a serious, monogamous relationship without having started a sexual relationship?

  • 00:31

    Dating & Who's Paying?

    in Romance

    This is the beginning of a series about dating in the 21st century.
    Today's subject will be, dating and who's paying? The assumption is that we are meeting in hopes that we will develop a long lasting and meaningful relationship. A partnership. If this is the case, why does it fall to the male to assume the financial responsibility?
      Is this an outdated concept that needs to be reconsidered?
     What are your feelings on going dutch?