Vagina Monologues At Vulka Co-Op In Austin To Fight Violence Against Women And Children

The incredible Eve Ensler, playwright, activist and the author of The Vagina Monologues.  (Photo Credit:

“Cherish your solitude. Take trains by yourself to places you have never been. Sleep out alone under the stars. Learn how to drive a stick shift. Go so far away that you stop being afraid of not coming back. Say no when you don’t want to do something. Say yes if your instincts are […]

The Boomerang Effect At The Odyssey Theatre

Couple #2 - Actors Will Christoferson and Tiffany Lonsdale (Photo credit: Ed Krieger)

Five bedrooms. Five couples. One chain of well-intentioned disasters in this new comedy that peeks under the covers as each couples foibles boomerang into the next in this hilarious, realistic portrayal of couples in the bedroom.

Couple #2 – Actors Will Christoferson and Tiffany Lonsdale (Photo credit: Ed Krieger)

The show starts out […]

Valentine’s Day Events in Atlanta


The city is packed with exciting events for couples and for ready to mingle singles. From sweet and romantic to sassy and flirty I have compiled a list of my favorite Valentine’s Day events around town.

2nd Annual Linus Stops Traffic Event (A Valentine’s Day Bash)

What: The Linus Foundation is proud […]

Mysteries Of The Male Brain Explained


Ladies, if you haven’t read Dr. Louann Brizendine’s latest article for CNN, you must! She just released her latest book, The Male Brain which I’m going to have to get. Dr. Brizendine is a member of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and the National Board of Medical Examiners, and a clinical professor […]

Monogamy: All or Nothing?

Elin Nordegren Woods

Elin Nordegren Woods

Take a look at this article by Ian Daly in the December issue of Details Magazine, “Everyone Else is Cheating—So Why Aren’t You? How Americans are learning monogamy is a myth”.

So….now that Tiger cheated and he’s a “good guy” that must mean monogamy is impossible? Monogamy must be […]

New York Magazine’s Sex Diaries Analyzed


There was an excellent article in New York Magazine by Wesley Yang that I think my readers would enjoy. It’s called A Critical (But Highly Sympathetic) Reading of New Yorkers’ Sexual Habits and Anxieties. As much as Washington would like to downplay its sexual habits, sex is alive and […]

Sugar And Spice And Many Things Nice!


The Dandelion Patch in Reston Town Center

Sugar and spice and many things nice was my experience at Girls Night Out held at the Dandelion Patch in Reston Town Center on July 23, 2009. Even with the torrential rain, I was determined to find my way to this event. Owner […]

Do Vegetarians Have Better Sex?


Have you seen PETA’s new Super Bowl ad which NBC deemed too racy for their audience? If you haven’t click here to see it on YouTube.

PETA is trying to say that Vegetarians have better sex because their arteries aren’t clogged with fat. To suggest that Vegetarians are […]

You May Not Go Blind, But…

Mom was wrong about you going blind if you masterbate too much, but there’s new research that shows it might cause cancer! In an BBC interview, one researcher reported that “higher levels of sex hormones in some men were both responsible for a high sex drive in their 20s […]

Oops!…I Don’t Want To Do That Again


Check out Miss A’s latest post at HealthCentral’s!

Andrea Rodgers is a Dating & Relationship Expert for HealthCentral’s Sexual Health Connection. Email questions to

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