Thankfully, we live in an age in which being a vibrant, healthy woman is much more than just looking fit or fitting a mold. But really, smart has always been sexy. These eight brilliant ladies of the past and present helped change the world with their brains, not their bra sizes.
What does a woman want in a man? The question has long baffled many single males, leading some to bitterly conclude that handsome guys have an insurmountable advantage. Not so, concludes a newly published study.
Sheila Kelley teaches women to strip away negative media messages and find their inner sexual power. Sexy women turn me on. You know it when you see it, right?
A reader named Paul Murray left this comment on a older blog post of mine:. The comments on tit-staring make me wish the women could occupy a man's body for a day. Ignoring tits in your visual field is as easy as it is for a woman to simply ignore a cute baby in the vicinity. I was flabbergasted, to say the least.
Those who dreamed of a time when men would appreciate women for their minds rather than their bodies can only lament the proliferation of explicit sexual publications by students of elite universities that are now exploding on the American campus. We once all took understandable pride in how women came to constitute majorities at America's top universities like Harvard, Yale, and Boston University. A time to take women seriously had finally arrived.
Most girls as young as 6 are already beginning to think of themselves as sex objects, according to a new study of elementary school-age kids in the Midwest. Researchers have shown in the past that women and teens think of themselves in sexually objectified terms, but the new study is the first to identify self-sexualization in young girls. The study, published online July 6 in the journal Sex Roles, also identified factors that protect girls from objectifying themselves.
ESPN The Magazine 's third annual Body Issue is out on newsstands and it features 22 athletes posing nude, with their private bits strategically covered. We love The Body Issue not only because it showcases the physiques of some of the fittest athletes in sports, but also because a few of its subjects have a powerful message: Strong is the new sexy. As snowboarder and cover girl Gretchen Bleiler told USA Today"This is not about being sexy but about being strong and powerful and showing girls it's OK to have muscles.
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Water keeps the body looking lean by preventing fluid retention and, according to studies, helps the body metabolize stored fat. Fill up on foods with a high water content such as grapefruit, celery, watermeloncucumberstomatoesand strawberries. They are low in calories and take up lots of room in your tummy to keep you feeling full longer.