Dating

4 days ago

Just Break Up With People, You Heartless Cowards!!!!

Don't "ghost" or "fizz" or whatever cute term we're currently using to describe avoiding a necessary human conversation.

10.4.19

Mirroring Is My Favorite Way to Tell if Someone Is Checking Me Out

Unconscious body language cues can be a sign that someone is interested in you—if you know what to look for.

10.2.19

My Hot Trans Girl Summer From Hell

After a life-shattering break up, I tried to find a new, stronger version of myself in sex. Instead, I got caught in a culture of male shame and discretion.

10.2.19

My Ex Deleted Me From His Instagram Because I Didn't Match His New Aesthetic

We’re still friends, but the rise of the ex-thetic means former partners everywhere are getting erased from the grid.

9.26.19

The FTC Is Mad There Aren’t Really Hot Singles Waiting For You on Match.com

The government agency is swiping left on the dating app giant's business practices.

9.20.19

This Dating App Wants You to Stop With the Filters Already

Plenty of Fish just announced a ban on profile photos that use popular filters from social media.

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9.13.19

What to Do When Your First Date Flakes

When to call it quits with someone you've literally never met.

9.12.19

Speaking to the People Who Got Rejected from the Elite Dating App Raya

"It was supposed to be a glimpse into a world that is not my own, but the curtains were drawn on me."

9.10.19

Are You Getting Any? How Training Horses Makes Me a Better Top

To find dates outside her two regular partners, this 28-year-old avoids Tinder and Bumble in favor of this old-school service.

9.5.19

Facebook Dating Will Disrupt the Dating App Space (But Not For You)

Unless you have an Instagram crush you’ve been dying to talk to.

9.3.19

How to Flirt with Your Crush Based on Their Rising Sign

Here's a better astrology-based flirting strategy than "what's your sign?"

9.3.19

From Seth Cohen to the Hot Priest: A Cultural History of the Softboi

From Willoughby in 'Sense and Sensibility,' through Seth Cohen and Aziz Ansari in 'Master of None,' the softboi has always been there—it's just that he only recently got his name.

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