What do you do when you find yourself trapped with a partner who thinks your illness is the hottest thing about you?
Sep 26, 2016
Sign on the dotted line, so I know it's real.
Warpaint recently released its third album, Heads Up, so we called up its bassist to ask her questions about life, love, and regrets.
An interview with Kate Harrad, who wrote a handbook to bisexuality.
A young woman feels intense longing in today's comic by Weronika Banasinska.
For many gay men who remember life before the internet, a nostalgia exists for the days of bars, backrooms, and voicemail.
Mumblecore master Joe Swanburg brings together a cast of A-listers to show us how hard it can be to find love in a modern world saturated with mobile dating apps and shifting cultural norms.
I assumed Carin Fishel would have discovered the secret to dating, so I called her for advice.
"I almost believed he would have an easier time accepting me as a murderer than a whore."
Germany opened its borders to more than 1 million refugees last year—some of whom are now finding love and starting families with locals.
His girlfriend had said they needed to talk. It was just like you hear about: the quote-unquote talk.
How could I talk about building a foreseeable future with another person when so much of my own hinged on making just a little bit more an hour?
"I mean, even though some people die with others at their bedside, don't we all face death alone?"
The longer I stay out of the game, the more I see my intentions behind things—the way I sexualize life.
IKEA: Come for the Swedish meatballs, stay for the fight with bae.
"Ten years later, I still remember the moment I found out perfectly: what I was wearing, how stunned I felt, how cold it was outside on the way home."
"Most of the girls I've found only wanted to have sex with me and then never texted me back. Which is great, but I'm looking for something more."
Humans are terrible.
I just made a TV series about sex, which, combined with a good decade of being a bit of a slut, means I've gathered some wisdom.
Why save a piece of paper that's been filled with ephemeral emotions?
Twelve years after it initially went off the air, the sitcom is still beloved in the UK. But what does this say about the British social—and political—climate?
I already had a husband, a boyfriend, and all the guys I could fuck. I had enough guys. Then there was Conor.
"His family stopped talking to him and every other girl knows now so no one goes near him."