Single Payer Healthcare and Single Women: Get Congress Off the Fence!

July 31, 2009 by  
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One week ago, we eagerly anticipated a crucial vote on single-payer Medicare for All ( H.R.676 ) in the House Energy & Commerce Committee, sponsored by Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-NY). But then seven BlueDogs waged a highly-publicized war against a “robust public option” and the vote was delayed for a full week. We just learned […]

The Perfect Wine Glass: When Size (and Shape) Matters

July 31, 2009 by  
Filed under Food and Wine, Wine/Spirits

Single women listen up: It’s time to start drinking like a grown-up! Pack away the margarita glasses with the pelican stems, push the old beer mugs embossed with your college emblem to the back of the cabinet, and throw away the mismatched wine glasses you grabbed from the yard sale last summer. It’s time to […]

Sex & the Single Woman: My Sister is Pressuring Me to Have a Baby

July 31, 2009 by  
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Is it just me, or is everyone on the planet pregnant? Heck, even that pregnant man is expecting again. The one exception: me, of course

Finding Mr. Right: It’s Mind Over Matter

July 30, 2009 by  
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Census statistics show that  over 90 percent of all adults will marry at least once. But great relationships are a hit-and-miss proposition: most women under the age of forty have had only two “meaningful relationships” prior to uttering “I do.” Until then, so many things — his career or hers, his allergy to her cat […]

Sex & the Single Woman: Where’d You Meet Your Last Boyfriend?

July 30, 2009 by  
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Everyone always seems to want to know where to meet guys, so let’s figure it out. Let’s retrace our dating steps, shall we?

Sex & the Single Woman: Win a Free Date Check

July 29, 2009 by  
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I’ve dated some real stinkers out there, ladies—including a dude who had a girlfriend (“just a friend”), lied about his age (he was actually a few months younger than me, not two years older), and pretended to go to my university when in fact he didn’t (he actually kept text books in his car to throw me off the trail).

Single Payer Healthcare, and Single Women: It’s Now or Never

July 29, 2009 by  
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Single women are the majority in the United States. According to the latest United States Census figures, 51.5 percent of our female population is women ages 15 and over who are either single, divorced, widowed, or separated. And yet, 49% of all single women– or almost 30.8 million of them –  are uninsured. To top it […]

Single Women, Listen Up! You Have the Most to Lose in the Single Payer Healthcare Debate

July 29, 2009 by  
Filed under Health, Health Trends

Single women are the majority in the United States. According to the latest United States Census figures, 51.5 percent of our female population is women ages 15 and over who are either single, divorced, widowed, or separated. And yet, 49% of all single women– or almost 30.8 million of them –  are uninsured. To top […]

Holidate: Tai Beauchamp Recaps the Premier Episode for SMW!

July 28, 2009 by  
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Your soul mate may be half-way across the country – and you don’t even know it! Well, SoapNet’s Holidate (airs Wednesdays, 10pm/9C) wants to increase your odds. The show allows you to “swap lives” with another singleista – who will set you up on three of her guy pals. Here’s one Holidater’s experience… Love in […]

Sex & the Single Woman: Confessions of an Online Dating Addict

July 28, 2009 by  
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I’ve just finished reading “Confessions of an Online Dating Addict” by Jane Coloccia, who went on hundreds of online dates with a motley crew of unavailable, unattractive, and downright freaky fellas.

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