If a happily ever after is not enough of an incentive, maybe this is.
A VICE survey of 4,000 people around the world suggests that we may be having less sex, but we're more communicative—and falling more deeply in love.
'Love on the Spectrum' recently dropped on Netflix and while not everything on the reality show is in line with my reality, it did lead me to look back on my own dating journey.
The Facebook group has members humorously "auctioning" their friends for dates to over 600,000 people, but do posts on SAD have happy endings? I tried to find out.
The isolation has made them horny, they said.
“As we were trying to find our comfort zone physically, on many occasions I would find myself dazed. I’d stop him mid-caress as if I came out of a trance and would force him to leave me alone.”
“It suggests that the person we choose is not nearly as important as the relationship we build.”
Here’s how to not get a date.
And learned some lessons along the way.
Apparently, women are less likely to swipe right on men with cats.
How grand gestures look like in 2020.
One misconception about bisexual people is that we like our own gender and other genders exactly the same. That's not always the case.