SOURCE: Helen2O: Fluid Communications

June 23, 2015 10:30 ET

If Men Are From Mars and Women Are From Venus, Then...Why Did They Leave?

New Relationship-Based Lifestyle Websites Give Advice With a Few Laughs

BIRMINGHAM, AL--(Marketwired - June 23, 2015) - What does a lifelong bachelor do in his downtime? Build two extremely funny and thought provoking lifestyle websites based on relationships men and women have with each other, along with their careers, health and self-esteem. With writers from across the globe, www.ileftvenusforthis.com and www.ileftmarsforthis.com are the brainchild of Bryce Thornton, a reference librarian and former carnival barker.

"It seems I have a penchant for 'unique dating experience,'" Thornton said laughing. "One night over a beer, another single friend of mine made an off-handed comment in the form of a question, 'And We Left Mars For This?' I thought, 'That's it! That sums it up for everyone now-a-days.' I started blogging some comedic observations under a pen name and it really took off. Then I started reaching out to some of my favorite authors, bloggers, and people with unique experiences and perspectives, as well as, academics doing some really interesting work. Where else can you find a survivalist, fashion guru, Elvis impersonator along with best-selling authors, fitness experts and free thinkers on the polar-opposite sides of societal debates all in the same place and actually having fun? You can't! Not bad for a guy who has had a lot of first and only dates," Thornton quipped.

I Left Venus For This?! and I Left Mars For This?! Has a growing list of over 35 contributors, which include:

Best-Selling UK Author, Daniella Blechner
Best-Selling Author, Patrick King
The Founder of Psychology for the Real World, Octavia Kuransky
Top Fashion Blogger, Grace Olivia
Comedic Genius, Jade Sharp
Best-Selling Author, Ken Solin
Top-Rated Blogger, Christie Stucker aka MotherStucker
Award-Winning Entertainment Journalist, Chuck Taylor
Director of Graduate Training for the Department of Psychology at Oakland University, Dr. Virgil Ziegler-Hill

Bryce is continually expanding his list of contributors to provide true diversity of opinion. He hopes to bring a bit of levity and civility to the modern dating and gender debate while providing thought-provoking and insightful content. He is available for media interviews on the sites and how he selected contributors by contacting publicist Helen Todd.

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