The princess/superhero culture does more harm to your kids than you think.
What is that mysterious “chemistry” that sometimes clicks and sometimes fails with screen couples? What does it tell us about real life relationships? Let’s watch these guys crash and burn, and maybe we can figure it out. Or not.
What news sources often paint as simple black-and-white, good-and-bad stories are rarely that, and Trayvon Martin’s murder reminds us of that.
The blinking and flashing midsummer storms of adolescent love have unusual staying power.
Robert Duffer doesn’t ask that question. At least not anymore.
The word “forever” only applies to you if you’re a vampire.
Sadly, our most common criticisms of marriage reveal much more about the critics than the state of contemporary romance.
Top trends in 2012 according to our favorite social network
Why do we harshly judge a teenage boy for not being man enough?
Joanna Schroeder wonders what a film that seems to be only about hot gyrating guys says about society and how it will affect masculinity in the long run.
“Society coaches women to aspire to unattainable romantic relationships while telling them that all they have to do get sex is open their legs.”
This is a comment by Kim on the comment of the day: “Women’s erotic fiction is perfectly acceptable, no matter what the fantasy, but men’s pornography is controversial and borderline misogyny.”
The effects of romantic role models in young adult fiction color whole generations’ ideas of who they want to be and to love.
Julie Gillis gushes over YouTube sensation Ryan Higa.
Let’s face it, Harry Potter couldn’t get the job done.
It’s not about you, says LabRat. The gaze of the beholder is the reason why you don’t find Twilight appealing, and aren’t supposed to.
“50 Shades of Grey” is the Next “Eat, Pray, Love” only with Bondage.