Jackie Summers paints a picture of the irrepressible urge to flirt with women as the warm-weather clothes come out.
Men and Dating
Want to sabotage a first date before it even starts? Then ask this set of inappropriate and inflammatory set of questions.
Bettina Arndt discusses “the vexed business of accommodating male and female sexual needs.”
Nas Who talks about how sometimes, commitment can be the wrong move.
Why are we told that miserable relationships are the romantic ideal? Noah Brand breaks down the assumptions underlying the cultural messages.
For Shawn Shinneman, a sophomore-year breakup leads him to answer the question: What kind of man do I want to be?
Are you having your first date in years, or first date of the night? Either way, you might be navigating some nervous moments.
“I was too much of a coward to say I was sorry.”
Jackie Summers offers inspiring Valentine’s Day advice for would-be Cupids.
Mika Doyle responds to commenters who are sick of reading dating “don’t” lists.
Mark Radcliffe thinks you should skip the supermodel and go for the one who loves you even on your worst days.
Jamie Reidy has just three words for you to remember on a first date: Be. The. Man.
Nicole Johnson explains that while women are gaining equality in the 21st century, the dating marketplace still places an unfair burden upon men.
Jeffrey Platts offers advice on what to do when your conversations suck.
Oliver Lee Bateman has a foolproof guide to setting up your online dating profile.
Mike Doyle gives digital frogs advice on how to become princes.