Pro tip, girls: Give a man a wank and make him a sandwich and he'll almost certainly marry you.
We asked diagnosed sociopaths about what it's like to date, "love," and fuck with antisocial personality disorder.
We went to a wedding in West Virginia to ask bros what they think about love.
It probably says bad things about my capacity for intimacy that the people I have most desired are those I never got to know.
We met with the suddenly prominent Mislaid author for a frank talk about money, sex, marriage, and the Great American Novel.
At least that's what the founder of the polyamory site OpenMinded.com believes.
"My sex ed teacher brought up homosexuality once. All he said was that it was a psychological disease."
I fell in love with a man 20 years my senior. Then, I became his "son."
Most importantly, we learned that calling someone "Daddy" in the bedroom is absolutely fine.
"It must be better to have a robot who appears to love you than to have nobody." —Dr. David Levy
After graduating from Princeton, I traded sex for money. But don't we all trade love for something?
They may be compulsive liars without empathy or full human emotions, but they have seductive powers on their side.
Real life is not like a porno, where hot women wander into your apartment and start taking off their clothes. If you want to make your forray into group sex, you've got to plan ahead.
"Before calling myself a political artist, I have to honor my obligation as a human."
What happens when you throw a bunch of singles in a grocery store and encourage them to connect without booze or Tinder?
We sat down at Cannes with the controversial Argentine-French filmmaker to discuss his provocative new movie, which has censors and critics in a tizzy.
"Men are a game for you. They have always been a game for you," Cynthia said. "One day you'll actually meet someone and fall in love and, God, who knows who it will be, but you won't be able to figure it out."
"I have noticed that American businessmen are very easy to manipulate. Has anyone ever told you that you resemble Christie Brinkley, the American supermodel of the nineteen eighties?"
"Have you done this before?" says the man in the hotel room. Before she can speak, taking his answer from her face, he says, "How many times?"
I asked three older ladies whom I met in a nursing home for some advice about romance.
In the latest episode of Love Industries, we investigate America's booming divorce business and the strange, new-age rituals people are coming up with to end their relationships.
It may not bring about world peace, but Verona hopes to create greater empathy between those on both sides of one of the planet's oldest conflicts.
Let's face it: we're not the kind of people who get engaged at 25 as the Daily Mail would have us believe.