My first summer romance was when I was 19, with my brother's best friend, a guy I had grown up with and had a crush on for the past 10 years.
I gave him my virginity, and after it was over, he turned to me and said "Why did you do that? You know I don't love you!".
Men can be insensitive assholes when it comes to empathizing with women's feelings.
Melysa, I think your column is great! It is about fun, creativity, and individuality.
Don't listen to Lyndsey, who clearly has a feminist agenda, and wants to turn your column into a man-hating, propaganda spewing political nightmare.
Those of us who are loyal readers think you're brilliant, funny, sexy, and very charming.
Don Lemon is so full of himself I find arrogance rather revolting.
*on a side note - CNN is so blaringly liberal biased it's laughable for them to attempt to present themselves as anything other than POTUS's talking heads.
My heart breaks for you, Valerie. You are a strong, amazing, intelligent woman.
I've heard it said "The darkest hour is the hour before dawn". I hope your dawn comes quickly and abundantly, bringing you the peace and joy you deserve.
My husband is less-than-blessed in the penis department, but makes up for it by having a Hurricane Tongue and he brings me to orgasm 95% of the time when we have sex.
He is a HUGE freak in the sheets - there is nothing that we haven't done sexually. You have to be creative, fun, comfortable with yourself, and secure with your sexuality.
From a woman's (and mother's) point of view : Mike, this is the BEST advice you have ever given in this column! Thank you!
Creative Loafing Atlanta
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