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Laugh It up | Men, Women, Punctuation and Perception by k Patient Expert Posted Tue 14 Oct 2008 4:58am You didn’t think I was going to let you go an entire Monday without a laugh, did you? Of course not! In the Internet world, perception of words is difficult without proper punctuation. If you haven’t written anything since high school or didn’t pay enough attention, you tend to forget the basics…as you can probably tell if you’ve been reading ... Read on »
Men Under Siege 1312 by relationships .. Posted Sun 05 Dec 2010 8:16am By Bettina Arndt Can men do no right these days? Cowed by women critical of their behavior, they increasingly find themselves portrayed as insensitive, bad in bed, a danger to children, incapable of expressing emotion or intimacy and unable to contribute to family life. Concerned at the growing chasm between the sexes, Bettina Arndt urges m ... Read on »
The teaching of Contempt for Men in Popular Culture 785 by relationships .. Posted Tue 21 Dec 2010 5:50am I'm not a sociologist, a feminist critic, or a pop culture theorist, so the following is less a book review and more a report. Though I've read fairly extensively on the "differences between the sexes," I do not critique the methodology or the comparisons to feminists that Spreading Misandry presents but rather focus how informative and inter ... Read on »
Science study implies that women are mostly attracted to bad men (26 reads) by relationships .. Posted Wed 20 May 2009 12:52pm Eva What scientists see as "narcissistic", women see as confident. What they see as "impulsive", we see as spontaneous. What they see as "thrill-seeking", we see as brave. I seriously doubt that the women tested affirmed that they prefer narcissistic men. This is just how the person who wrote the article decided to state it. Because this is wh ... Read on »
Something we've known all along. ... by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 10 Nov 2008 4:20pm Something we've known all along...sorry couldn't resist this one....BD  Women are better than men in describing their feelings and those of their romantic partners than are men, while the latter tend to project their own feelings upon their partners more than women. This, according to a study undertaken by graduate student Dana Atzil Sloni ... Read on »
“The Perfect Vagina” not Perfect? by Dr. John D. Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Mon 13 Jul 2009 12:00am “The Perfect Vagina” is a BBC documentary program hosted by Lisa Rogers exploring the question of why British women consider reduction labiaplasty, reduction of the Labia minorae or the “vaginal lips.” It is natural as a surgeon who performs reduction labiaplasty to compare the impressions left with those of my experience. After watching ... Read on »
What Happens When Women Gossip About Their Men! by Dan and Jennifer .. Health Maven Posted Tue 03 Mar 2009 2:20pm I cannot speak for what happens when men gossip about women. But when it comes to women gossiping about men, I have some experience on that one and have an insight to share that could make a difference in your personal happiness within your romantic relationship – even (or especially) if the romance seems to be waning! What Gossip Really Does ... Read on »
Push A Man Away And Make Him Withdraw... (9,100) by relationships .. Posted Sat 02 Jan 2010 1:22pm Tons of women do this one thing.       And it must leave them feeling awful...       I wonder if you do it too?       I'm talking about women who hide their true feelings from a man and fear sharing their desire for a closer relationship and for love.    Ever felt this way?    It's happens when you won't communicate directly ... Read on »
Women, drinking, sexual assault and perceptions by crossroads Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Apr 2009 3:48pm There have been some interesting studies recently published regarding women and drinking. It’s always interesting to find studies with female participants since so few in the past have looked at gender differences in relation to substance abuse. Here are some highlights and links: CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal) reported that m ... Read on »
New study: Women's tears contain pheromones that turn men off by Sally Kneidel Patient Expert Posted Tue 15 Feb 2011 12:00am   Female tears affect men's desire. Photo: wikimedia commons An old friend told me once that she intentionally cries in conversations with her husband when she's not getting her way.  She might want to consider a different tactic.  New evidence suggests that a pheromone in women's tears turns men off rather decidedly. Two researchers at t ... Read on »