“Dancing: the vertical expression of a horizontal desire legalized by music.” -George Bernard Shaw Here’s the love advice you’ve already heard: women like men who can dance. But here’s what you may not know: dancing is not actually about dancing. Wait—what? Revisit Romeo and Juliet, Pride and Prejudice, or Anna Karenina, and you’ll find that dancing is but a […]
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What does Newt Gingrich’s alleged love life have to do with a world-famous philosopher? A lot, as it turns out. Jean-Paul Sartre, one of the greatest minds in the history, was also a fan of “open marriage.” Was he brilliant, or just delusional? Take a look at the bizarre romance between him and Simone de Beauvoir, two existentialists who […]
“Be mean, keep ‘em keen.” That’s what the British say, anyway. And they may have a point. Throughout history and fiction, nice boys have tended to fall for the femme fatales – women who are seductive, manipulative and cruel. Check out the following list of famous women who were notoriously adept at ensnaring unsuspecting men. […]
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There’s more to kissing than meets the eye. According to recent research, humans didn’t invent kissing just so we could show affection for each other. We developed it so we could – believe it or not – smell the other person. Don’t believe it? See below. What’s in a Scent When it comes to mate selection, our […]
It was, in some ways, every unsatisfied employee’s fantasy resignation —a vitriolic exit letter, delivered right under the boss’s nose to millions of readers around the world. The situation? Greg Smith, executive director of Goldman Sachs, quit his job. In a scathing op ed that appeared in New York Times, Smith slammed his once-beloved investment bank […]