We've all seen his profile: he likes "The Office." He's in town for a few days and would like someone to show him around. Oh, and follow him on his IG.
I'm bipolar, and when I started to feel that familiar mix of attraction, infatuation and intensity, I had to stop and ask, "is this real?"
Proximity is the single strongest driver of connections in online dating, a new study finds.
It starts with free wine samples, endless breadsticks and keeping my expectations low.
"How could I learn to love men? So much of my life had been ruined by them."
"I'd never heard of anybody being taken by an online romance, I'd only heard the good stuff. So I kind of went into it trusting that what was going to happen would be good."
You learn to believe in your child's existence. What happens when she's killed by a piece of your daily environment?
They say you can never understand someone else’s marriage. But this week, New York Magazine and the Cut decided to try.
While we can't imagine airing out our dirty laundry like this, we salute these brave folks for their radical transparency. Thanks for providing us with some damn good entertainment.
In a world where the experiences of shopping for high-end cell phones, high-end mates, and high-end sperm cells are hauntingly similar to each other, isn't it reasonable to question the value of a legal contract that involves disastrously punitive terms of dissolution?
They both take turns sharing their side of a very human love story.
Among the 23 percent of adults — or nearly one in four — who spent the year in a celibate state, a much larger than expected number of them were twentysomething men.
Things can get... complicated.
Engagement rings are pricey and (hopefully) permanent. Some are proposing with temporary solutions.
We've been going about this newlywed-vacation thing ass-backward.
A roundup of the most interesting, thought-provoking and surprising questions that our favorite columnists addressed in recent days.
Nonmonogamous coupling — and "thruppling" — has been lubricated by the internet.
For years, headlines have promised birth control for cis men is just around the corner. The truth is more complicated.
It's as strange and sophomoric as you'd imagine.
How are couples meeting now, and how has it changed over the years?
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