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Wednesday, April 14,2010

The Dawg Whisperer & fuzz kill

by Amy Alkon
Martha Stewart taps into hers, and like a onewoman swarm of rickracking, sponge-painting locusts, transforms everything in her path. Other women start by perking up flowerpots and end tables and move on to unsuitable men.
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Wednesday, April 7,2010

Curtain maul & men of haircolor

by Amy Alkon
Well, definitely start wearing pants fitted with those spikes they use to keep pigeons off liquor store signs, or at least sew golf cleats to the front of your jeans. Or, if this sounds like a lot of bother, you could just consider yourself mildly lucky, and leave it at that.
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Wednesday, March 31,2010

Hope against nope Boeing, boeing, gone

by Amy Alkon
I’ve been seeing this guy for over two years. Although we spend lots of time together, we don’t have a committed relationship. We’ve been off and on throughout this entire two-year “complexship,” as I call it. Normally, we’re fine until I start asking about us being more to each other.
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Wednesday, March 24,2010

Moment of "poof!" likes it soggy-style

by Amy Alkon
But, it seemed like the perfect date! Well, maybe his idea of perfection is romancing the hell out of a woman, getting her into bed, and getting outta Dodge. Or maybe, he decided to never see you again, but figured he’d see you naked first.
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Wednesday, March 17,2010

Over my dead bodypaint

by Amy Alkon
He’s actually demanding that the bride rebook the church, the caterer, the florist, and the hall, and tell hundreds of her guests to change their plans.
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Wednesday, March 10,2010

Things that go plump in the night grime and punishment

by Amy Alkon
Because I give advice for the real world, I told this woman the truth: Male sexuality is highly visual, and male lust usually has a weight limit. At a certain point, “more of me to love” becomes “way too much of me to lust after.
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Wednesday, February 24,2010

Panic Womb & Sigmund Fraud

by Amy Alkon
at 40-plus. At 42, this woman’s lucky if she gets pregnant at all, and she’s stuck with a guy who wants to "wait." If they want kids, they can’t wait a single day. A female friend, faced with similar situation with her husband, independently went out and had IVF with a sperm donor ' while staying married.
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