Ed Madden gives a powerful reading of his poem written in response to Mississippi’s HB 1523–an anti-gay, anti-trans “religious freedom” law which, oddly enough, names poetry as a specific good or service that can be denied.
Check out the stunning photos from Gio Benitez’s wedding.
What’s the difference between a woman who keeps her maiden name and one who takes her husbands?
It seemed natural that Joey Ryan would propose to his girlfriend Laura James. They have so much in common: their careers, their love for ridiculous clothing and this wrestling match.
She needs to know, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that no matter what happens, she has you and she will not have to go it alone.
When you meet your love at first sight moment, you have to trust that your instincts are correct.
Salvador Dali once said, “Have no fear of perfection, you’ll never reach it.” Dali obviously never played sports.
Elli Purtell has a radical, improbable solution to the marriage statistics that just might be crazy enough to work.
Mike Berry admits he wasn’t even deeply in love with his wife when they tied the knot. But things have changed since then.
You’ve grown up, and the constraints are clear. You would not dress a child in the same pants and shirt year after year. So it is with relationships: if they remain the same shape and size, after a time, they just don’t fit.
The decision to get married does have a huge impact on your life, regardless of what your reason for getting married may be. Do yourself a favor and be clear on what you’re getting yourself into and why.
It’s all about saying “I do,” but not just once. You have to be able to say “I do” every single day for the rest of your life.
People invest more time and money in the wedding of their dreams, instead of the marriage of their dreams. Here’s how to make sure your wedding day isn’t the last happy day of your marriage.
It’s purely gravitational, this natural pull to be with my ex-wife.
Tor Constantino and his wife will soon celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary—he shares how they’ve made it last.
Why does Steven Lake want to get married after many years of happy cohabiting? Will marriage spoil a good thing?