Em & Lo

We had to wait two long, grueling weeks for the next installment of The Bachelorette, but last night's reprieve finally, mercifully came.
Here are 10 real-world ways parents can help stop the sexual assault epidemic by raising conscientious kids, both male and female.
The reality gods smiled down on us last night and blessed us with a bonus episode of The Bachelorette. Perhaps two nights in a row of juicy, 'roid-fueled drama made it easier to decipher the strange laws of love particular to the world of The Bachelorette.
While the details of this case are disturbing, devastating and all too familiar, the widespread public outcry against the sentencing and the widespread support for the victim, who fought so hard and whose strong voice has been heard, are positive signs that the culture of casual yet brutal sexual violence against women is beginning to crumble.
Friends don't let friends be super douches. You've got to hand it to Canadian Adam Levine (Daniel) for trying to break through Chad's cloudy 'roid haze with a common sense call for human decency.
People can part amicably, they can remain friends -- without any possibility of reconciliation. In fact, maintaining a positive relationship with an ex is imperative when children are involved. If exes with kids can do it, why can't -- and shouldn't -- the young and the childless, too?
There were a lot of lessons to be learned from JoJo's first dates, so let's dive right in.
Good luck having your cake or eating your cake, but not both! Em & Lo You've already answered your own question: Your boyfriend
It's baaaaaaaack. The premiere of season 12 of ABC's The Bachelorette found (the boobs of) Joelle "JoJo" Fletcher bouncing back from being very ceremoniously dumped on national television by milquetoast cousin of Miss Piggy, Ben Higgins, on the last season of The Bachelor
A friend of ours on Facebook, whom we'll call E, recently announced in a status update that he and his wife are divorcing. We were so impressed with the tone and spirit of the message and the approach to uncoupling they seem to be taking, we asked if we could reprint his posts here. They graciously agreed.