We may have suspected it already, but now the science backs it up: unmarried and childless women are the happiest subgroup in the population. And they are more likely to live longer than their married and child-rearing peers, according to a leading expert in happiness.
He's just released a music video called "Chubby Sexy." Will it silence his internet haters?
It's not quite the same as staying friends, and it's not for everyone.
If we’re looking for an explanation of why today's teens are having less sex than previous generations, there’s this: Many of them spend months or even years dating without ever meeting face to face.
I knew the show was popular; I just didn't expect it to be so popular it would re-shape the experience of online dating for me.
"I'm never gonna marry anybody because it's kind of disgusting."
Where Tinder is taboo, Tunisian men have a strange underground system for landing dates.
Sex after 70 has never been better.
Twitter's thirst for wife-based drama is a glimpse at the state of matrimony.
It all started when Sean recruited his close friend and roommate Haley to create a Tinder profile. Once finished, Sean ran two rather mischievous programs.
Being single is very expensive, maybe paying a premium matchmaker thousands of dollars to meet someone isn't so crazy.
As if proposing on a roller coaster wasn't exciting enough, he also decided it would be fun to pretend to drop a fake ring.
I thought penning steamy books about sex-crazed werewolves was the dumbest job ever. With a little subversion and a huge thesaurus, I learned to love it.
Toxic masculinity — and the persistent idea that feelings are a "female thing" — has left a generation of straight men stranded on emotionally-stunted island. Unable to forge intimate relationships with other men, it's women who are paying the price.
This video is worth watching just to catch Seth Rogen do his Tom-Cruise-in-"Jerry McGuire" impression.
Even on my worst days, putting on clean, cozy clothes always made me feel a little bit less bad, a little bit more human.
That it’s now mundane to have and meet internet friends suggests something deeper has changed in American life, something related to how we befriend people now in the first place.
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.
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