Dating 2011: The Twilight Myth

Katie Hinderer | 12 April 2011
‘The Twilight Myth' which is being mistakenly accepted by so many teenagers and young adults, goes like this: You and your boyfriend have enough willpower to sleep together nightly and nothing will happen.

Women have been Eclipsed. Men suffer.

Katie Hinderer | 29 June 2010
This fact has angst-filled teens, college-aged women and even middle-aged mothers all pining for more vampire/human interaction. And that is a scary thought, especially for men everywhere. Women around the world have been eclipsed by the saga and the men are the ones who suffer.
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