what men want
Mel Gibson made $25 million for "What Women Want." The entire budget for "What Men Want" was $22 million.
Hijinks (and patriarchy dismantling) ensue.
A friend and I were talking this morning. He'd set up a date a couple weeks back and I was curious about where they were going but he told me, "It's going to be tomorrow night instead. She texted me a reschedule."
"I think that women are actually much more focused on being thin than men are focused on them being thin," Diller said -- a
Here are some examples of things your husband wants you to chill out about: what tone your child just used, what happened to the throw pillow, why do we have two opened boxes of the same kind of cereal, what tone the school secretary used, how many days it has been since your sister texted.
His profile had described his marital status as "separated," which I took to mean living separately. When the truth came out, that phrase actually meant that he and his wife sometimes "separated" when she was in the kitchen directing the staff while he was in the den writing to women.
According to a new study, when it comes to choosing a sexual partner, men of all ages fantasize about one type of woman: the
Attention single women: If you want to snag a man, you better be nice. In all three experiments, men found responsive women
We have grown so accustomed to meeting others' standards that we may not know what we want in a relationship. But in learning to love ourselves, we look for partners who will love us in return, and write off those who will bring negativity and judgment into our lives.
What's interesting is not just that most people aren't in touch with their desires, but that simultaneously, most of us think we ARE. We get ideas about what we want from media, our friends, our past experiences. And we piece together some image of what we want that is usually pretty generic.
Men find "feminine" faces more attractive -- but only when they're looking for a short-term relationship. Of course, it's
The online dating site conducted a three-year study of over 5,000 single men and women and came up with a list of the top
Women's gaze patterns were not nearly so neat. The researchers did find that highly sexually compulsive women looked more
To understand what successful men look for in a woman, we have to look into how roles and responsibilities have shifted over the past few years.