New and Improved Offers Interactive Resource for Men and Women

Troy, MI, March 14, 2010 --( (LEssons For The Opposite Sex), a unique service for anonymously discussing issues related to male and female interactions, has officially launched a redesigned and upgraded version of their Web site.

In August of 2009, Leftos opened to the public and since has built a community of loyal users and gathered valuable feedback. According to Founder Zach Lipson, the new platform is based primarily on user input.

“The new and improved combines the best elements of online resources with question and answer sites, and in turn encourages our users to produce insightful and valuable content” said Lipson.

The updated site includes new features, a fresh look, and significant enhancements such as dynamic activity feeds for specific topics, optimized user profiles, and a new search platform. The site also features a notification system which allows Leftos users to follow, manage and facilitate conversations.

“I really enjoy Leftos because it offers a chance for people to think about relationships while helping men and women better understand each other,” commented Leftos user “Sexpert.” “You learn as much about yourself as you do about other people.” is a free service breaks down the barriers of communication in six categories – single, dating, sex, relationships, marriage, and divorce. With a fast growing user base, Leftos aims to be the definitive online resource for issues related to male and female interaction.

Zach Lipson