• Is it possible for nerdy looking science unsociable guys to attract women that look like kim kardashian or amber rose?

    i look like a stereotype from the big bang theory tv show
    i look like a stereotype from the big bang theory tv show
    5 answers · Singles & Dating · 20 hours ago
  • Sexless marriage?

    My husband and I are currently in our late 40s and I find myself in a pickle. We don't have sex. We've only had sex a few times this year. We don't have the best relationship and my husband said that it's hard to want to snuggle up to someone you really aren't feeling at the moment. WE do... show more
    My husband and I are currently in our late 40s and I find myself in a pickle. We don't have sex. We've only had sex a few times this year. We don't have the best relationship and my husband said that it's hard to want to snuggle up to someone you really aren't feeling at the moment. WE do get along but he says that whenever he makes a decision I usually overrides him and do things my way. He said he doesn't feel like the man of the house. He wants to put my grown sons out or make them pay more rent to live with us. They're 22 24. Anyway, last night I brought it up to him that I needed sex and we had an hour long conversation about it. After we turned off the TV to go to bed he was sitting up in the bed looking at me. After a few minutes I asked him what was the problem and he said, "ok, let's do this." At that point I didn't want sex, I was just voicing my concerns. His thing was to not complain about not getting something but when it's offered to you you turn it down. He said I don't try hard enough to get it and I'll admit that I don't. I want to be romanced, kissed, cuddled. My husband is now more of a "ok, let's fool around." Together almost 16 years and I still want to be chased and pursued. He feels he doesn't have time for all that. "We're married now, why do we have to go through all that?" He said it's not like he's trying to pick me up in a bar.
    39 answers · Marriage & Divorce · 1 day ago
  • Why would he claim to love me if he cheated on me with multiple women?

    Best answer: Gosh, the guys on here making excuses for that kind of BAD behaviour ... and it IS bad behaviour. If he keeps cheating despite claiming to love you, stop putting up with it. Just kick him out. Chances are he only does it because you let him, by taking him back every time, falling for his lines .... And young men... show more
    Best answer: Gosh, the guys on here making excuses for that kind of BAD behaviour ... and it IS bad behaviour.

    If he keeps cheating despite claiming to love you, stop putting up with it. Just kick him out. Chances are he only does it because you let him, by taking him back every time, falling for his lines ....

    And young men reading this, understand this: this behaviour is NOT acceptable. Confident women do not need you. They do not need skanky boys spreading disease, infection, lies, and will not tolerate them. You're not a player, you're a slut. You are subject to the very standards you impose on girls who are sexually aggressive, so yes, you ARE going to be called names, and called out on your behaviour. So stop acting like silly skanky boys, and conduct yourselves with a little maturity, discipline and self-respect. Because sleeping around and lying about it is not on.
    54 answers · Singles & Dating · 2 days ago
  • My husband's farts are ruining our marriage, what should i do?

    My husband farts a lot and they smell really bad. He will fart in bed, in the car, when we are watching TV or having sex, which by the way is a huge turnoff. I told him to stop farting but he continues doing it. I am at my wit's end and I am almost ready to file for a divorce. What should I do to heal this... show more
    My husband farts a lot and they smell really bad. He will fart in bed, in the car, when we are watching TV or having sex, which by the way is a huge turnoff. I told him to stop farting but he continues doing it. I am at my wit's end and I am almost ready to file for a divorce. What should I do to heal this crumbling marriage?
    27 answers · Marriage & Divorce · 18 hours ago
  • Is the guy I am dating being too forward too soon?

    Best answer: Already you're feeling overwhelmed which isn't a good thing, or an easy topic to bring-up with someone you barely know. As for approaching dating in a Godly way, even if there are books out there on dating in a Godly way in no way has God had any input, lol. Sorry about that but I just needed to say it.... show more
    Best answer: Already you're feeling overwhelmed which isn't a good thing, or an easy topic to bring-up with someone you barely know. As for approaching dating in a Godly way, even if there are books out there on dating in a Godly way in no way has God had any input, lol. Sorry about that but I just needed to say it. What I'm feeling is you're already not comfortable and possibly if he wasn't of your faith you wouldn't even dream of going on a 2nd date. Dating is all about getting to know one another and not really about your faith as you've already acknowledged you're both share the same faith. However, is talking about your faith the whole time during a date going to help either of you in getting to know one another? Having the same faith should dearly be the starting ground initially, but already to you he appears somewhat (And in saying forward, I think you're just being polite) challenging and not terribly like the person you were messaging before going on a date. That's the beauty of trying to whatever method you used to find one another. People can all to often add a great deal of intrigue to their profile, just enough to wet the appetite of it's users. Anyway, as you prefer to use the term forward, lets go with that for now, because clinically that's exactly what he's being. As someone has already pointed out this guy probably approaches dating always with the mindset of getting married every time. I'm not saying there's anything wrong with that , as each to their own. But setting assignments agenda's for actual dating, not my cup of tea. If you decide to continue seeing this guy, I would follow you gut feelings always.
    29 answers · Singles & Dating · 1 day ago
  • Should I break up with my boyfriend?

    We were talking about if we would ever get married and it was an amazing conversation but towards the end I asked if there’s anything I could ever do that he wouldn’t forgive, and he said cheat on him, which led us to start talking about celebrity crushes and if we would let eachother cheat with a celebrity crush ,... show more
    We were talking about if we would ever get married and it was an amazing conversation but towards the end I asked if there’s anything I could ever do that he wouldn’t forgive, and he said cheat on him, which led us to start talking about celebrity crushes and if we would let eachother cheat with a celebrity crush , at this point he just says “I’m going to be honest if Kylie Jenner wanted to date me, I’ll probably leave you for her” Is this worth breaking up with him?!
    105 answers · Singles & Dating · 5 days ago
  • Public proposal yes or no?

    I'm planning to propose to my SO of 2 years, in Rome in a few months, I have found a really romantic restaurant that I'm willing to splurge on, however, I don't know whether to propose during the meal or before hand. My partner is quite shy however, they have always in enjoyed my grand displays of... show more
    I'm planning to propose to my SO of 2 years, in Rome in a few months, I have found a really romantic restaurant that I'm willing to splurge on, however, I don't know whether to propose during the meal or before hand. My partner is quite shy however, they have always in enjoyed my grand displays of affection but I don't want to risk making them feel uncomfortable so I though I might propose during the day and then we could celebrate with a meal but I'm not sure.
    19 answers · Engagements & Weddings · 22 hours ago
  • Am I too tight for sex?

    So me and my boyfriend have been trying for a while and this is gonna sound so dumb but it’s like when he tried to put it in it hits a brick wall, like obviously I’m aware it’s painful but I’m not like clenching or anything, stupid question but I was wondering if there’s anything to do and if there’s a reason for this?
    So me and my boyfriend have been trying for a while and this is gonna sound so dumb but it’s like when he tried to put it in it hits a brick wall, like obviously I’m aware it’s painful but I’m not like clenching or anything, stupid question but I was wondering if there’s anything to do and if there’s a reason for this?
    27 answers · Singles & Dating · 2 days ago
  • If a would be wife slept with many random pleople before marriage but is about to marry a self controlled virgin in arranged marriage then?

    Should she allow her hisband to have sex with many escorts so that he too can come to her level and get experienced from them so that both of them can go in their marriage as experienced in sex which will remove the insecurity and inferiorness of the inexperienced partner?
    Should she allow her hisband to have sex with many escorts so that he too can come to her level and get experienced from them so that both of them can go in their marriage as experienced in sex which will remove the insecurity and inferiorness of the inexperienced partner?
    18 answers · Marriage & Divorce · 1 day ago
  • Hey Pearl L why do you answer so many questions?

    Best answer: Because it is fun
    Best answer: Because it is fun
    15 answers · Family · 2 days ago
  • Why do people think teen pregnancy is a bad thing?

    *JUST A QUESTION* I know most people say “your not ready to have a baby” “babies are expensive” “your just a kid” etc. But I see so many wonderful teen mums who support their babies. Just because they are in their teenage years (not necessarily talking about underage mums, ALL teen years) does NOT mean they cannot... show more
    *JUST A QUESTION* I know most people say “your not ready to have a baby” “babies are expensive” “your just a kid” etc. But I see so many wonderful teen mums who support their babies. Just because they are in their teenage years (not necessarily talking about underage mums, ALL teen years) does NOT mean they cannot support their baby. I’ve heard people say “your having a baby at 17? That baby will be taken away” how can people just say that to complete strangers, it baffles me how people can say such a horrible thing to a soon-to-be mum when that strangers knows nothing about the mother. It’s CRAZY.
    23 answers · Other - Family & Relationships · 2 days ago
  • Family doesn’t want me to date him because of his job?

    I’m 24 years old (female), and I come from a middle eastern family. Started recently talking to a guy, and we’ve only been on one date so far, but the chemistry was great. Way too early to tell how it’s going to pan out obviously. Anyways, I was considering going out on a second date with him....but my family... show more
    I’m 24 years old (female), and I come from a middle eastern family. Started recently talking to a guy, and we’ve only been on one date so far, but the chemistry was great. Way too early to tell how it’s going to pan out obviously. Anyways, I was considering going out on a second date with him....but my family found out what he does for a living, and now they are all against me going on any further dates with him because they found out he’s a construction manager. P.s don’t ask me how I know this, but apparently he’s making almost 200k doing what he does. He’s redicolously career oriented. Anywaysss, none of this matters to my family....nor his drive/ambitions or his salary doing what he does. They’re telling me that they would be extremely ashamed to tell our family what he does as a career. And also telling me that I would potentially be setting up a terrible example for my future children, potentially marrying someone who doesn’t even have a bachelors degree. Anyways, all in all, I’m getting MAJOR sh*tfor even considering going out on another date with him. Keep in mind that I come from a family of doctors/engineers/lawyers. The money or drive doesn’t matter to them- they think the title of his career is extremely shameful to potentially bring up to all of our family & relatives in the future. My family has usually given me so much freedom, but for once, I feel like I’m literally trapped & living in a cage. How would you guys have handled the situation?
    4 answers · Family · 15 hours ago
  • Is it wrong to avoid someone forever because you find them ugly to look at?

    Best answer: ha ha ha so cruel but so true
    Best answer: ha ha ha so cruel but so true
    22 answers · Friends · 2 days ago
  • Should I leave my husband for another man?

    I’m ashamed to be in this position but for a few years I’ve been feeling unloved and neglected by my husband. Sex is generally to please him then 5 minutes later he’s done with me. I’ve never been pleasured by him emotionally or physically, he is a good provider and I know he does love me. We have a 3 year old... show more
    I’m ashamed to be in this position but for a few years I’ve been feeling unloved and neglected by my husband. Sex is generally to please him then 5 minutes later he’s done with me. I’ve never been pleasured by him emotionally or physically, he is a good provider and I know he does love me. We have a 3 year old daughter and when I was pregnant he said he would cut down on the drinking but never has. I have met a wonderful man and he knows my position but he says he genuinely is falling in love with me and has offered for me to move with him. If it wasn’t for my daughter I would have by now and I do love my husband it’s just I can’t see a future living like this. The man in question I have been seeing everyday and he makes me extremely happy. I know this is shameful but I really would like to be with him but at the same time Im worries about ruining my daughters life
    17 answers · Marriage & Divorce · 1 day ago
  • Im naturally a guy who's nice. Could I be single forever because of that?

    Best answer: The trick is to be polite while having a nice, shiny, metal backbone. You do not have to be necessarily rude but you do need to stand up for yourself and be true to your convictions, assuming you have some. If you do that, people will respect you, especially women. To paraphrase a famous saying, if you stand for... show more
    Best answer: The trick is to be polite while having a nice, shiny, metal backbone. You do not have to be necessarily rude but you do need to stand up for yourself and be true to your convictions, assuming you have some. If you do that, people will respect you, especially women. To paraphrase a famous saying, if you stand for nothing, you will fall for anything.
    45 answers · Singles & Dating · 5 days ago