Emily Strange, Sexless Marriages and Ferberizing - Links We Love

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Apparently, those commercials work. Teenage boys are using too much of the male fragrance, Axe. So much so that one school district banned fragrances altogether. -- CafeMom

Know a teen looking a feminine heroine who stands out from the crowd? Enter Emily Strange. The pop culture icon gets her own book -- and her own voice -- next week. -- WSJ

Kids can put a wrinkle in even the best sex life, but what happens when things fizzle? A surprising number of couples are living in sexless marriages. The New York Times Well blog talks to an expert.

If you've got a teen going off to college this fall, it's a good time to make sure you've taught them everything they need to know about handling money. Motherlode has some tips.

Director Chris Milk released a short film -- as in 42 seconds short -- called Last Day Dream. It's an entire life, in less than a minute. Stunning. -- Divine Caroline

Father's Day is June 21st. Alpha Mom talked to some opinionated daddy bloggers to find out what dads really want for Father's Day.

No one wants to hear their baby cry, but desperate times call for desperate -- or Ferberizing -- measures. Read one dad's hilarious essay on teaching his son -- and himself -- how to handle bedtime. -- Babble

Looking for an end-of-year gift for that beloved teacher? Check out these gifts that your kids can make at home -- economical and sentimental. -- Work It, Mom!
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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