I Asked a Therapist Why I Prefer Long-Distance Relationships
Am I just an independent spirit, or do I have some deep, subconscious anxiety around intimacy?
The Psychology of Commitment Phobia
Here’s what it means if the idea of being in a relationship freaks you out.
This Is the Most Common Reason People Have Sex
And it doesn't change as we age.
Justin Lehmiller, PhD
Sexting Could Be a Sign of Relationship Commitment
Anxiety and concern about what your partner thinks of you may increase the likelihood of sexting them.
The Secret to Having a Successful Friends-with-Benefits Relationship
A new study on casual sexual relationships examines the factors that can make for a positive or negative experience.
What I Learned From Revisiting My Three Worst Breakups
Trying to get it right—for once in his life—one man reckons with the ghosts of relationships past.
The VICE Guide to Right Now
We Can’t Commit to One Person Because There’s Always Someone Better, Says Science
Confirming what we already know: social media is a plague on relationships.
Texas A&M Coach Cries About Player Decommitting, Causing Another Player to Decommit
College football is so damned weird and creepy.
The Holy Cow Issue
How to Make Polyamory Work
For the first installment of The Talk, a new column that interrogates the current state of sex and relationships, we explore how and why people with different relationship structures make them work.
Ana Cecilia Alvarez
The Secret to True Love According to Three Old Grandmas
"I absolutely think you can find 'the love of your life,'" says 71-year-old Honey. "But yes, love is just as scary when you're old as it is when you're young."
Sophie Saint Thomas
From NFL to Hollywood, Thomas Jones Fights for Every Inch
Thomas Jones had a hugely successful, hugely productive 12-year career in the NFL. He's starting from the bottom as an actor, and staying on the grind, as usual.