Wow I can't believe the time has come to reveal the news I have
been waiting for the last 4 months! I started
as a way to scratch my creative itch, as well as pursue the hopes of… Continue
Added by Nacia Karim Walsh on June 24, 2010 at 5:38pm —
Added by Bradi Nathan on June 1, 2010 at 3:10pm —
I love the ladies from SATC. I have been watching the show since its inception: it was a great excuse to buy the much coveted HBO. Anyway, I’ve followed the ladies through all of their trials and tribulations, cried, yelled at and talked to them. When the show ended I felt like my friends had left me. I was sad and lost. By that time I had lost all hope in TV. When SATC came back in reruns on TBS I… Continue
Added by Pam Margolis on May 29, 2010 at 10:48am —
I recently watched a screening of "Sex and the City 2." Yes, the clothes were over the top. Yes, the indulgence was completely ridiculous. Yes, most of the movie was a fantabulously fantastic, overexcessive, and overabundant in richness---and we true SATC fans absolutely adored each moment of it!
I do applaud the introduction of the storyline involving the complexity of motherhood. In one of the… Continue
Added by Celena Gill on May 27, 2010 at 4:12pm —
Is it really that uncommon to want to have sex when your pregnant? I am like a little nympo nowadays and I am really emberassed about it. I mean to tell my doctors and everything. I mean I am 29 weeks prego, and this is a time where most women have a lack of sex drive, but mine is extremely high. Not to mention that I have a hubby that loves my body being prego!! But I am having symptoms that I think are fueled my the sex. I have contractions soon after or even sometimes during, and I have… Continue
Added by LaQuita Bullock on May 14, 2010 at 12:43am —
I have never really understood the opposition to legalizing gay (or same-sex) marriages.
If you're alive and aware at all, you know that it's not just a slow burning opposition, either. No, it's something different entirely.
The opposition is more akin to an extremely overt, fire-breathing (religious) dragon. (If you ask me, I believe most opponents of the issue are religious in some way).…
Added by Sarah "Cricket" Smith on January 23, 2010 at 7:00pm —
When Padma Lakshmi, the celebrity host of the cooking show, Top Chef, declined to reveal the gender of her unborn baby on a talk show, she represented an exception to the rule among pregnant women: most want to know what they’re having and share the news with the rest of the world.
Women under age 30 still have a difficult time believing that pregnant women once had children without knowing the gender of their baby until birth. In the age of 4-D ultrasounds performed in strip malls,… Continue
Added by Dr. Linda Burke-Galloway on December 7, 2009 at 1:12pm —
WARNING: Blush Alert..
The following may make you blush. I will admit that this probably is not something I would have written without having been provoked. However, when author or the book, "Churched", Matthew Paul Turner, requested articles from Christians about teaching your children about sex, to promote his new book, "What You Didn't Learn From Your Parents About Sex". I couldn't resist an attempt to ride his coat tails into the land of post modern literature. Now that it's… Continue
Added by Dana Ellis on August 11, 2009 at 10:02pm —
I have a theory (hold on to your hats!). I’ve had this theory for awhile now, at least a few years…now I shall share it with you.
My theory states that one way to make the world a happy, easy-going place is to enjoy some good sex. Sounds easy, right? Apparently not. I’m mostly speaking to the women of my audience since it’s a bit harder for us to, ummm, finish.
Think about the last time you truly had an orgasm. Didn’t you feel at peace, like all is right with the world?… Continue
Added by Brandi Strand on July 16, 2009 at 11:55am —
There's a line at the end of the latest Chris Rock HBO Special, Kill the Messenger. He says something about fellatio that would make Dr. Ruth blush and then says "Half the women in this audience think that's disgusting. The other half are in loving relationships."
I laughed so hard I peed a little! It's so true!
I have a friend who recently got engaged and she was talking about the love making being very loving. But she prefers something a little rougher. And was worried… Continue
Added by yougot10minutes on June 28, 2009 at 5:13pm —
I have discovered that being the type of woman who can Do It All leads to Not Doing It At All. At least for me.
I'm a stay-at-home-mom of many small children who has done smidges of freelance work in the past. But I recently took on a large freelance project that has pretty much taken over all my spare time, and then some. Now, I'm squeezing in work all day long in between the home and childcare duties.
My husband hasn't changed his schedule. So when he gets home… Continue
Added by yougot10minutes on June 28, 2009 at 5:12pm —
I emailed Fox News and told them that I was sorry but I had to decline their request to document my family. At first I was all over it. What a great idea to use our victimization from Madoff to attract readers. I still think I'm on to something but perhaps having a film crew follow me around for the day and translate our lives into a sappy, pitiful story of a family on the decline is not the best way to bring myself fame.
The irony of my blog is that my husband and I are very private… Continue
Added by Jillylivi on April 2, 2009 at 9:30am —
Okay, so I'm a corny, sappy, poo when it comes to romantic movies.
There's nothing like putting on a romantic flick to make me get in the mood. Which is a good, and a bad thing when it comes to my husband - because he LOVES it when I'm in the mood, but hates corny, sappy movies.
I'm almost certain that his eyes almost bleed at the sight of a romance set in the 1900's especially. I can hear him moaning, and groaning on… Continue
Added by Mama Ofromance on October 7, 2008 at 3:26pm —
* Both groups think about sex every minute of the day.
What Men between the ages of 18-35 and Empty Nest Moms Do NOT have in Common:
* Men gladly admit they think about sex this often but most empty nest moms will not;
* Men accept this phenomenon while the women make an appointment with their doctor or psychologist to see what's wrong;
* Depending on their individual situation (married, single, in a… Continue
Added by Beth Southworth on September 18, 2008 at 4:25pm —
I was listening to a workshop called Change Your Brain, Change Your Life done by Dr. Daniel Amen, who is an expert on the human brain.
It's rather funny actually. It came on television between Mr. Rogers, and The Reading Rainbow. Who would have thought that myself, and my children would become so educated on the subject of the human brain while watching children's television?!
As I was cleaning up the house, okay - I… Continue
Added by Mama Ofromance on September 9, 2008 at 2:09pm —
No really, I'm just here to talk about what the sex life of a Mom can really be like, and have a whole lot of fun at the same time.
Just so you know, this blog is a clean blog about sex, so if you're here to find any Mommy nuddies - see yah.
Seriously though, us Moms have one thing in common - other than the fact that once a baby pops out of your womb your sex life will never be the same again, we all have to juggle a million different… Continue
Added by Mama Ofromance on August 15, 2008 at 10:06am —
This week I celebrated my daughter’s nine month birthday. It seems hard to believe that nine months have passed since she arrived. So many exciting things have happened in her development and each day I am in awe as her little personality emerges.
In those nine months we have been inundated with pink clothes, midnight feedings, the sighing sound she makes when she sleeps and of course the squeals she makes when she’s awake. She’s brought so much… Continue
Added by THE BIG AGOO on August 9, 2008 at 11:19am —
My previous sex life is now on display right here in the San Francisco Chronicle. They did a review of Dirty Words: A Literary Encyclopedia of Sex. The reviewer notes some of the words assigned to the different writers, but only my essay is really quoted. Now, I was fully aware this was going to be read, but I assumed by those who had purchased the book. It would not be read by say, my mother or my former Stanford professors, or random Chronicle readers who just got finished reading a review on… Continue
Added by Kaui Hemmings on July 18, 2008 at 2:01pm —