On Monday, a man took a selfie of himself smiling wildly while his wife is giving birth in the background and posted the image online. If you were his wife, would you kill him right then or wait until you’d left the hospital where people couldn’t see you?
A new study finds that when a husband is seriously ill, there's zero increased risk for divorce. Lovely. But when wifey is the sick one, the marriage is more likely to end. If it's 1956, this absolutely makes sense! After all, who will care for her dear husband? Who will feed him? Bathe him? Clothe him, comfort him,…
Of all the people you'd expect could nail down this whole work-life balance thing, Harvard Business School MBAs would easily make the short list—smart, ambitious, well-educated people who, if nothing else, have the money to fix the problem of gender inequity when it comes to having kids. But no.
In news designed to strike fear in complacent husbands everywhere, we learned this week that half of all women have a "Backup Husband" in mind if Mr. Now fizzles out—and sometimes even multiples. Sad part: The likeliest candidate is just the guy who still has feelings for you after all these years. Pardon me for…
Not only was Walter George Bruhl Jr. likely a lovely person, he was the kind of person that surrounded himself with people who have great senses of humor – plus he knew how to write a good obit.
Women, if you want to have IT ALL, forget balancing family and career on your own. The new hotness in the race for the elusive goal of womanhood— "IT ALL" — isn't quality, affordable child care or workplaces with flexible hours or equal pay, because in some careers, those concessions aren't enough. No, for some women,…
Researcher Lian Bloch of the Pacific Graduate School of Psychology found that in a study of 80 married couples over 25 years that couples in which wives "calm down" quickly after fights are happier. Happiness didn't change if the husband calmed down quickly. Because men, right?
A groundbreakingly retro new study making the rounds today purports to prove that households where the man does half of the housework experience a higher divorce rate than couples where the woman does the housework and the man spends the day doing other stuff, like reading the newspaper in an easy chair while smoking…
Yeah, so that "How To Kill And Capture The Most Dangerous Game And Marry It" column in University of Georgia newspaper The Red And Black, lambasted by the world at large as well as our own Lindy West last week, was satire.
If you have a vagina and you say you like sports because sports are fun to watch, you're lying. At least, according to a new study that purports to show that sports are just another thing that women endure because their husbands like it. Sports are kind of like anal sex in that way.
A new study on sex and marriage reveals that for preventing divorce, a husband's sexual satisfaction matters most. A wife's sexual satisfaction seems to have a more complex effect, and frequency of sex may not matter much at all.
As if it wasn't bad enough to have a judge declare that his inability to satisfy his wife sexually was the sole cause of their divorce, a French court has now ordered a 51-year-old man to pay his ex-wife damages for the lack of activity in their bedroom.
So Anthony Weiner sent women pictures of his penis, both clothed and unclothed, and may have told a teenage girl he was like a superhero. Obviously, the question we should all be asking is: how did Huma fuck up this badly?
A shocking new study says being skinny is not in fact the most important factor in a healthy marriage. Nope — the wife just has to be thinner than her husband!
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Sometimes your love life is an emergency (tick-tock, ladies, right?)! Surely that's why an Ohio woman called 911 five times looking for a husband. Perhaps she found him during the three days she spent in in the clink. [CBS]
Is there anything wrong with having the kind of night where you'd rather curl up with a good book or DVD than your significant other?
"Swedes and Norwegians topped the table while Australian men – stereotyped for their love of beer, sport, and the great outdoors – came in last... in terms of pulling their weight around the house." Hey, I beg to differ! [Telegraph]