A new study from the University of Sydney has found dating apps help people find love as much as they help people get laid.
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.
An interview with Kate Harrad, who wrote a handbook to bisexuality.
UPDATE: But the FBI is reportedly investigating.
And how one new film is trying to change that.
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.
Polyamory won't fix your problems or save your relationship, but it may help you grow.
"People may become obsessed by their ever faithful, ever pleasing sex robot lovers," an expert warned.
His girlfriend had said they needed to talk. It was just like you hear about: the quote-unquote talk.
Admit it: we've all thought about the ex we'd get in touch with, the mustache we'd grow, the clumsy threesome we'd try and coordinate.
Lucy is hung up on a jerk.
Failing to connect with other people can seriously screw with your dopamine reward system, says psychiatrist Amy Banks.
America's political and religious leaders are issuing dire warnings about the damaging effects of pornography—warnings that aren't backed up by the science.
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?
The duo takes us along as they travel to countries where homosexuality is illegal, as well as areas of the US struggling with anti-LGBT legislation, hate crimes, and tragedy.
The science of getting deep or getting the hell out of there.
The game gave me so much in the way of experiences, interpersonal skills, and self confidence that I couldn't put it down.
"I mean, even though some people die with others at their bedside, don't we all face death alone?"
Apparently this is what happens when you text one of those "for a good time, call..." numbers written on a stall.
We asked a psychologist about how playing the long game as someone who doesn't commit to romantic relationships can pay off.
Read this before sending your dicks.
I also learned a lot about scat play.