XXFactored Mar2011: Sex, Self-Image And Complicated Committment
Time for another XXFactored post already! So much has been happening this woman’s own life that I’m afraid I’ve been lagging behind in the spectator stakes. Maybe what I’m reading mirrors what I’ve been thinking. Here’s what was up with March 2011:
- A basket of goodies from the queen of confessions who lists the different kinds of sex (via TheCompulsiveConfessor)
- Daughterly guilt and who’s fighting it – Google, Infosys! (via EconomicTimes)
- A personal account of bust enhancement surgery and its aftermath. Forget sniggering, this really makes me want to say “No judgement” (via DailyMail)
- Is this the truth behind all those annoying ‘happily ever after’ couples? Meet a woman who wants Facebook to know that she’s married and ‘It’s complicated’! (via YourTango)
- Do some of the phrases that gain popularity, make you cringe? Dating terminology that we need to ditch (via YourTango)
- Couples fight more than 300 times a year! I don’t know about you but that certainly makes me feel better! (via Glamour)
- How ironic that we talk about the emotional/moral/social aspects of virginity and totally neglect the physical? 7 things you didn’t know about the hymen (via YourTango)
- Lalita Iyer of HT Cafe’s Chickwit column presents her take on a chauvinistic comedian’s act (via Chickwit)
- And finally a bit of a self-plug (I think I’ve earned it!): Do check out some of my top-of-the-line posts at Yahoo! Real Beauty. A few of them are sparking off a storm in the teacup there!
Posted on March 29, 2011, in Battle of the sexes, Bookmarked, Laws of Attraction, Relationships, Seriously speaking, Survival Guide, The Dating Game, Times, they are a-changing and tagged Bad comedian, Breast enlargement, Bust enhancement, Chauvinism, Chickwit, Confessions, Couple fight, DailyMail, Dating lingo, Daughterly guilt, EconomicTimes, Google, HT, HT Cafe, Hymen, Infosys, Lalita Iyer, Meenakshi Madhavan Reddy, Plastic surgery, Sex, Stand-up comedy, Virginity, Yahoo Real Beauty, YourTango. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.