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How You Can Be More Romantic with Your Partner

Have you noticed that your relationship does not involve as much romance as it did in the past? Well, if you have noticed this, then the chances are your partner has also noticed, even though they may not have said anything. Being romantic is something that both partners have to get involved in if you want to keep that magic alive, so it is well worth looking at romantic gestures that can help your relationship.

Being romantic is not about talking dirty or buying anal toys – these are more suited to those looking to improve their physical relationship! Romantic gestures are ones that take thought and effort, and which come from the heart. Fortunately, there are lots of ways in which you can extend romantic gestures to impress your partner, and we will look at some simple yet effective solutions in this article.

Some Steps You Can Take

If you want to inject a little more romance into your relationship and earn some brownie points from your partner into the bargain, there are plenty of options you can consider. One of the things you can do in order to be romantic is to cook your partner a home-cooked meal with all the trimmings as a surprise. And, don’t sit down in front of the TV with your food! Make sure you create a wonderful, romantic setting with fine wine in an ice bucket, candles, soft music, the works. This will create a fabulous intimate restaurant feel but you won’t have to worry about other people cramping your style.

For those who can afford to take a little time out and splash a little cash, booking a romantic trip away as a surprise for your partner is a great idea. If they work, you could even sneakily contact their employer and arrange for the necessary time off, so it comes as a complete surprise. You will find some fabulous romantic breaks to choose from such as spa breaks for couples, beach breaks, perhaps even couples’ camping. The choice is entirely yours but make sure it is something your partner is likely to enjoy before you choose.

If the weather is good, you can always arrange a romantic afternoon picnic with your partner, which is a great way to enjoy some quality time together but won’t cost the earth. If you have a pleasant park or beach near to where you live, you can head there for your relaxing afternoon. If not, you could even set up the picnic blanket in your own garden and enjoy total privacy. You will be able to sit back and chat, enjoy spending time as a couple, nibble on delicious snacks, and enjoy a drink or two.

All of these provide you with romantic and simple solutions to surprising your partner and adding some romance into your relationship. These are steps that will help to show how much you care by the effort and thought you have put into it. 

Phub Halloween Insights

Harley Quinn and Joker Most Popular Costumes/Characters

  • 2019’s most popular costumes and characters
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Can You be Happy in a Polyamorous Relationship?

When it comes to relationships, people have different expectations and are prepared to accept different types of relationships. For instance, some people want total monogamy when it comes to their relationship and anything less would mean an end to the relationship. However, others are happy to try different things and have a more open relationship so they can try new experiences with other people while still being in a loving long-term relationship.

So, can a relationship survive this type of openness? And what is polyamory? Well, this type of relationship is based on both partners agreeing that while they are committed to one another as partners, both are free to pursue other sexual experiences outside the relationship. This is not considered cheating or being unfaithful, as it is part of this type of relationship and is therefore done with the full knowledge and acceptance of the other partner.

Is this Type of Relationship Healthy?

One thing many people worry about is whether this type of relationship is healthy. Well, if you are in an open relationship such as this, you may find that many people are not accepting because it doesn’t fit in with their idea of a normal relationship. However, if both partners are happy to be in this type of relationship, it is not an unhealthy one. It is simply down to personal choice and for many people, it is something that helps to strengthen their relationship with their partner.

Of course, there are factors you need to consider if you want to get into this type of relationship. For instance, both partners have to be sure they practice safe sex with other people to reduce the risk of any STDs, which could then be passed on to one another. This is also essential to ensure there are no unwanted pregnancies with other people. In addition, you need to be mindful about your partner developing feelings for another person they are sleeping with or seeing. This is something that could break your relationship, so it is something you need to discuss with one another before entering into this sort of relationship.

Total honesty between the two main partners is also vital when it comes to this type of relationship, otherwise one of you could end up feeling completely paranoid about what the other is doing. You should both be honest and open with one another, as this is what makes it different from cheating behind someone’s back. The more open you are with one another, the easier you will find it to be in a polyamorous relationship.

Enjoying New Experiences

For many couples, this type of relationship is simply about enjoying new experiences with other people. In many people’s minds, being in a loving relationship does not mean having to go through the same sexual routine with the same person for the rest of their lives. This is why many modern couples decide to get into this type of relationship.

(RED) Valentine’s Day Products

Happy to share some of our favorite (RED) products as you prepare your Valentine’s Day Gift Guide. Every time someone buys a (RED) product from one of our partner companies, they’re helping save lives. So, whether your readers are celebrating someone special or practicing self-love this year, we have the perfect dash of (RED) for any occasion.

Below are some highlighted products we thought might be a perfect fit for your Valentine’s Gift Guide. Please let me know if you’re looking for something else specific, as we have a variety of (RED)partners making it easy to shop great gifts and save lives.

· (ALEX AND ANI)RED Heart of Strength Bangle: Wear your heart on your sleeve this year with this lifesaving accessory. Retail Price (Gold Bangle): $21.90

· Pucker up this Valentine’s Day with the all-natural and organic pomegranate raspberry(eos)RED Lip Balm. Retail Price: $3.49

· Have sex and save lives with our brand new (DUREX)RED Condoms. When you choose (DUREX)RED, you’ve chosen to protect yourself and your partner, and to join the fight against AIDS. Learn more. Retail Price: $14.99

Blood Money

Blood Money, on view from 8/10 – 8/19, opens this week with delightfully deviant experiences on Friday 7-10p and Saturday 5-8p. Proceeds from the show will go to Lysistrata. Must be 18+ to enter.

Summer of Love by 5ivefingaz and friends* with historic work by 5ivefingaz, Sugacane Danger, Uncutt Art, Miranda Maxwell, Hash Harper, Darcy Briks (congrats on your new little bundle of joy!), Paulie Nassar and Action Jackson still available on our e-comm.

UPCOMING OPENINGS

Thurs Aug 23 + on view thru Sept 2

You Look Good (ugly): Visual scenarios of love, lust, sex, envy and social anxiety by Jaya Suartika and Rex. Wed Sept 5 + on view through Oct 7

Ophelia (I feel ya) curated by Yana Toyber

With Yana Toyber, Lindsay Jones, Natalie Krim, Alisa Minyukova, Rawan Rihani, Claudia Santiso, Etta Shon, Sarah Sweeney and more TBA.

Thurs Oct 18 + on view thru 11/11

A solo exhibition by Jen Dwyer. Photos from Breaking the Grass Ceiling by Maverick Inman and Virginia Stroh on 7/26/18 and a note from the Stacie Lucas:

Breaking the Grass Ceiling: Women Making An Impact on 7/26 was an incredible evening with an exceptional attendance. I would like to personally thank Maya Shaw of Shaw.BK and Solie Burnett-Loucas of Humblebloom for co-producing a historic moment with us. Much gratitude to kind and mega-talented reiki master Christina Lovely, who grounded us before we dove into a pragmatic talk surrounding the War On Drugs, incarcaration reform and what we all can do now to support marginalized communities.

Thank you to our panelists: Keira Duarte of Mary Magazine, Brittany Carbone of Tonic CBD, Amanda Reyes of Cannabis Cultural Association and Safon Floyd of Estrohaze for your openness and expertise. And, thank you to all who came out to share and to learn.

Stay tuned for more experiences like this one!

About Lucas Lucas

An ethical art gallery and retail concept rooted in social impact, #LucasLucas rotates artwork by emerging and contemporary artists, as well as rare jewelry, books and objects. The gallery is in constant transformation; the retail-level gallery morphs to accommodate installation, wellness practice, live music, community gatherings, fundraisers, and film and photoshoot production.

57 Conselyea Street at Lorimer Street in Brooklyn, New York – one block from the Lorimer L/G.

Gallery Hours: Walk-ins all the time, by appointment and online.

HUMAN TRAFFICKING AWARENESS MONTH

Sex Trafficking is considered the New American slavery and the U.S. Justice Department estimates that 14,00-17,500 people are trafficked in the US every year. The 2016 Global Slavery Index estimates that 57,700 people are victims of human trafficking and most of those that are impacted are young children, teens and women. Each year 244,000 American Children and youth are at risk for sex trafficking each year.

 

Jan is an upcoming national leader and she is getting program certified with the American Emergency Nurses Association so they can lead the course for Trauma, ER and Pediatric Nurses and she just got her first request from a Doctor so that she can train their staff.

 

Jan Edwards is the founder and CEO of Paving the Way, an organization committed to being a fierce disruption in the cycle of child trafficking around the globe. This is accomplished through educational and training programs that empower communities to break the cycle.  She’s been featured in the Huffington Post, Marie Claire UK, on iHeart Radio as an expert in prevention and was recently awarded Humanitarian of the Year. Jan is also the writer and producer of the award-winning film, Trapped in the Trade, which was featured on CNN.

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Watch Jan on CNN herehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S_us4TF9wB4

Netflix x Altered Carbon

Altered Carbon

In a future where you can change your body like changing clothes, nothing is eternal… except life itself. Explore immortality with Joel Kinnaman and Laeta Kalogridis in this exclusive look at the concept of eternity within the cyberpunk world of Altered Carbon, where consciousness can be downloaded onto any stack and put into any sleeve, at any time.

Plug into another body and solve a murder HERE.

Based on the classic cyberpunk noir novel by Richard K. Morgan, Altered Carbon is an intriguing story of murder, love, sex, and betrayal, set more than 300 years in the future. Society has been transformed by new technology: consciousness can be digitized; human bodies are interchangeable; death is no longer permanent.

Altered Carbon launches on Netflix Friday, February 2nd.