“I wouldn’t rule it out,” says the headmaster of a private school in England.
The headmaster of an English private school wants to teach children the difference between pornographic sexuality and intimate sexual relationships. But he’s suggested a controversial method: allowing porn stars to lead the class.
Well, at least he doesn’t have to look at it.
What does love look like? According to this guy, it’s a drawing on your bald spot that features your wife doing yard work. Yes, a 68-year-old English man inked a cartoon of his wife, Kelly, on his cranial cul-de-sac.
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When he found out his cancer was incurable, one man knew he had to pop the question — in the hospital waiting room.
Last September, Chris Clark was told the stomach cancer he’d been diagnosed with earlier that year was incurable. His girlfriend of six years, Charlotte, was with him.
A new study by the Pew Research Center indicates that media coverage around Supreme Court hearings showed strong momentum toward legalizing same-sex marriage.
In the days surrounding the March Supreme Court hearings for the legalization of same-sex marriage, The Pew Research Center took a look at nearly 500 news stories on the topic.
By a 5-to-1 margin, stories supporting the legalization of same-sex marriage outweighed those with opposing views, reports ABC News. In the coverage studied, the main argument among same-sex marriage supporters was one of civil rights.
A large percentage of men are now stressed over wedding planning, too.
In wedding planning news that surprised us, a recent survey found that 19 percent of grooms are responsible for choosing their bride’s wedding dress.
Peaking, this trend is.
We’re not sure what’s more terrifying: a T-Rex stampede or a chase involving AT-ATs. Inspired by the T-Rex bridal party photo that recently went viral, a Louisiana bride and groom decided to stage their own wedding attack, "Star Wars" style.
In relationships, women experience and express anger more than men.
A soon-to-be published study has found that, when it comes to relationships, women experience anger more than men do.
Researchers Jodie Kocur and Jeffrey Deffenbacher studied 389 men and women. They made participants answer questions about anger and found that, in general, men and women experience the same levels of anger.