Post-breakup, the things that remain and the things that are lost hold Ray Jennings in an emotional prison.
Courtney Dercqu promises her partner to love him the same way she did when they first met and fell head over heels for each other.
Being romantic, writes Eddy Baller, is being attentive, considerate and passionate. None of which makes you less of a man.
Understanding the difference between getting sex and experiencing sex promotes consent—and makes all the difference in getting one’s needs met.
Mark Manson offers up some refreshingly simple solutions for why you can’t seem to find a healthy relationship.
Jordan Gray says that there is a massive difference between healthy standards and being overly picky.
Thomas Fiffer takes the hammer to three myths about love that prevent us from entering and enjoying meaningful relationships.
Paul Hudson tells his own personal story of trying—for years—to convince someone to love him. Perhaps there is learning for us all.
Jon Vaughn liked the kissing part of kissing a lot of frogs. But eventually, he just had to break up with online dating.
“We all judge people on their looks. Some of us are just more honest about it.” When Andy Bodle puts a woman on a pedestal for her beauty, the results are predictable.
An informal survey among married (and divorced, and separated, and remarried) men.
Pop is timeless. That’s sort of what’s cool about it. At its best it’s really universal and effortlessly relatable. At its weakest, it’s boring and predictable music rehashing tired tropes we’re all sick of. And sometimes instead of being timeless it falls into anachronistic. And that’s squarely where Anointed Summer Jam of Twenty-Twelve “Call Me […]