This outdated, gender-specific phrase is disrespectful and avoids the real issue.
We either learn from those difficult times, or we don’t.
How do we know when masculinity is fragile—and when it’s not?
Being single isn’t actually a problem—not unless we make it one.
We need to ask some hard questions about why the other relationships didn’t work out.
We all can be oversensitive about our gender and its issues from time to time.
We begin to shape our lives as if we are a priority—because we are and always have been.
Our happiness is not dependent on our relationship status.
Why do people assume we need a plus-one to matter?
Even a little self-care can go a long way.
Why couldn’t my partners choose me rather than this increasingly negative relationship?
Our emotions and our tear ducts have no connection to our genitalia.
In life, as in road trips, you’ll also have your backseat drivers.
Why have we put ourselves in this role?
What do you regret not having the chance to do as a boy?