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2606. Who is Responsible for Marital Success? Chapter 15

Hank, seated on his balcony, starts into a six-pack as he awaits the start of his favorite team’s football game. Recalling a female friend of old, he uses a tactic she taught him. 475 more words

Dear Daughter

Ask of a Guy

Photo of the backs of our heads taken by Shani P. as she was chaperoning us.
28 Nov 2016, Bankstown, NSW

Mary Lathrap (1838-1895) asked a man a question in poetry, many years ago. 1,229 more words

Girl Q&A: Why Won’t He…

… approach me? chase me? pursue me? marry me?
These questions are an everyday occurrence in the singles forums where I participate. I’ve answered quite a few of them in the forums, but I’ve come to realize that it’s a lot bigger issue than just in the forums. 1,629 more words

Personal Investigations

9 Chivalrous Habits Of A True Gentleman That Make Women Melt

In a world filled with late-night booty calls, infidelity and a general “hit it and split it” mentality, it’s easy to become jaded by today’s dating scene. 694 more words

♀ Women's Lib

2603. Who is Responsible for Marital Success? Chapter 13

Hank feels composed and somewhat on a roll as he unfolds his letter to Jenny. They sip at spritzers. He intends to do most of the talking. 2,418 more words

Dear Daughter


Let me start it this way… If you are not ready for marriage, don’t yearn for it and don’t get involved! Make friends… Forget intimacy… Don’t spark a fire you cannot quench! 546 more words


Mistletoe, Mischief, and the Marquis (Book 3.5, The Heirs' Club of Scoundrels) by Amelia Grey

Seth, the second Marquis of Wythebury, is on his way to visit Crispin, Duke of Hurst, for the Christmastide Season. After being housebound for the past year to take care of his two young nephews after the untimely death of their parents, Seth is more than willing to spend quality time with a fellow member of The Heirs’ Club. 532 more words