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From the pair of shoes that comes with a man to the woman who has 100 orgasms a day (!!) and the man who got hit on 65,000 times -- don’t miss this week’s great love and sex reads.
How Men With a Shoe Fetish Find Love
Here’s a dating service that’s slightly creepy (and kinda brilliant!). Say you buy a sassy pair of Jimmy Choos and as you check out, the cashier says, “With your purchase today, you get a date!” That’s right: a new dating service has men pick out 20 pairs of shoes they’d like to see on a woman -- and when she buys one, she has the option to reach out to a guy who is interested. We’re guessing she’ll have to base her first-date outfit around those stilettos, right? The Huffington Post has the full story.
The Best Syndrome Ever?
For some women, reaching orgasm is a challenge. For others, like Bella (no, not from Twilight), who suffer from Persistent Sexual Arousal Syndrome (PSAS), anything can cause toe-curling moans of pleasure. With PSAS, it’s not uncommon to spontaneously orgasm up to 100 times a day. The Gloss has this fascinating Q&A.
Honey, It’s Time to Rent a Man
You enjoy being single and having the freedom to date whomever you please -- but sometimes, you need a guy for the heavy lifting. Literally. Need someone to hang wall art? Move your furniture? Wire that lamp? Don’t get a boyfriend -- Rent-A-Gent! Seriously, it exists. Sign up here.
The Tall, Dark Stranger on the Train
We know -- you can’t take your eyes off The Hunger Games (or Fifty Shades of Grey), and you love listening to LMFAO to amp up your morning, but there are better things you could be doing -- like hitting on that cute guy who always takes the same train at the same time each morning. Science says it’s one of your best shots at finding love. HowAboutWe tells you how to make that first exchange less awkward and more successful.
That Time a Lonely Guy Needed Some Love
Once upon a time, Jeff Ragsdale was going through a really awful breakup. He was feeling incredibly lonely, so he posted flyers around NYC asking anyone to call him and talk about anything. Six months later, he’s received 65,000 phone calls -- from pimps to Goldman Sachs traders. The New York Post reports.