Fools rush in. As do men, according to social scientists. But why?
Some of us cry our eyes out, and others book a one way ticket out of the country.
The list of things I've had to do to scrub my relationship from my phone is long and depraved.
Young Hong Kong couples protesting at the frontlines together share how the past months have affected their love lives.
We’re still friends, but the rise of the ex-thetic means former partners everywhere are getting erased from the grid.
Talking about sex with an audience of strangers became a new kind of foreplay.
I'm not into topping—but plenty of other trans women are. I asked some (and a few straight guys who bottom) what it's like for them.
Haruhiko Kawaguchi explores the claustrophobia of suburban living.
According to research, one in 10 say it after a week. But as we discovered, most people wait a lot longer.
The real question is, can we marry them? Is it even safe, medically speaking?
"When you sever the relationship at its peak, it's probably one of the most painful things that can happen."
I am a small-town reporter in Montana who identifies as a soft butch. I didn't expect Bethenny Frankel to get me through the hardest time of my life.