Submitted by Dick Kannon on Mon, 10/03/2016 - 20:14
To say that sometimes same sex couples rush into relationships is an understatement. We can meet, be dating, moved in broken up and sleeping with other people over the course of a 24 period. But who or what determines if you are going too fast?
Submitted by Dick Kannon on Fri, 09/30/2016 - 15:52
Everyone has their vice for some people it's sex, for others it's drugs, for some it's porn. And for a lot of people it's alcohol. While theres nothing wrong with a drink or two here and there and we all know how much gay men love brunch, there is a point where it's too much drinking.
Submitted by Dick Kannon on Fri, 09/30/2016 - 05:51
They say the quickest way to someone's heart is through their stomach and what better way to show you're happily in love than a little gain. We all have that one friend whose gained weight since they met “the one.” Maybe you are that friend. Happy couples no longer focus on their weight, but on their significant other. Here’s why:
Submitted by Dick Kannon on Thu, 09/29/2016 - 09:04
There’s a common nighttime occurrence happening in bedrooms around the world: After sex, men fall into a deep sleep, while their partner may be wide awake. You can thank the hormone prolactin for your male post-coital sleepiness, says sleep advisor Darius Waller, M.D.
Prolactin suppresses dopamine—a stimulating neurotransmitter that makes you feel awake, he explains.
And your body releases it in spades when you come.
But prolactin isn’t the only reason you can’t keep your eyes open.
Submitted by Dick Kannon on Wed, 09/28/2016 - 17:02
Now this is a wedding theme we can get behind. Shot at the Ritz Carlton Pentagon City, planned by Andrew Roby and shot by Jerry Madison, this Harlem Renaissance themed wedding is one of the most beautiful we have ever seen. From the Washingtonian:
The shoot features a pair of grooms getting ready for their wedding with their groomsmen, followed by a reception and toast. “Once I decided on actually putting the shoot into motion, I wanted to focus on men to give their wedding experience more visibility,” says Roby.
Submitted by Dick Kannon on Tue, 09/27/2016 - 18:46
You would think a blogger wouldn't have trouble opening up, but to most I'm usually a closed book. Few people would disagree that open, honest communication is important—but that doesn’t mean everyone is willing or able to talk effectively. Ask me about world history or current events and I can talk all day, ask me about my feelings and I'm like..."I don't know how to feel!"
So what happens when your friend or love isn’t open and you’re having trouble coaxing the words out? Try these strategies:
Submitted by Dick Kannon on Tue, 09/27/2016 - 15:32
Does it matter how active or not active your current partner was in their past? It’s probably safe to assume that the person you’re currently sleeping with slept with someone else before you, but learning about their sexual past can be a tricky issue. In fact, they might have slept with someone else immediately before sleeping with you, if you’re not monogamous.
It might also be safe to assume that they perfected that move you like so much with someone else. Or that they realized they were into getting handcuffed with their ex from the Northside.
Submitted by Dick Kannon on Tue, 09/27/2016 - 08:47
Love is universal. We feel it and see it. Love, in a sense, is what makes the world go round. However, the ways of emotional communication can vary significantly from person to person. It is said that five unique “love languages” exist and make up the means of unspeakable connections between two people. They are the underlying reasons behind the “chemistry” or “sparks” that hold relationships together like binding glue. Love is not a trend. Rather, it is a basic human necessity for survival.