romance

Culture

An Open Letter to My Nemesis, Pete Davidson: Stop Stealing My Girlfriends

I’m gay, which means two things: One, I hold grudges. Two, I don’t care about some weird dude’s dating life. But here’s what I do care about, a lot: international pop stars and actresses over 40.
Jill Gutowitz
3.13.19
Love Bites

How To Start Having Sex Again After A Breakup

Accept that things will be scary for a while, and your emotions may be confusing.
Eve Livingston
2.11.19
Valentine's Day

Actually It's You, Not Us: A Toast To Breakups

For Valentine’s Day, we’re celebrating the doomed relationships that shaped us, in all their messy glory. Because love is just as much about heartbreak as it is about romance.
Lindsay Schrupp
Zing Tsjeng
2.11.19
You Make Me Wanna

I Lusted So Hard Over Leo DiCaprio in 'Romeo + Juliet' That I Became Him

I longed for a hero in a Hawaiian shirt, cigarette-in-mouth, to risk life and limb to swear he'd love me. But in the end, I became my own romantic lead.
Nell Frizzell
8.23.18
My First Time

How I Got Over My Fear of Sexual Intimacy After Being Heartbroken

After my long-term relationship ended, I struggled with the idea of sex, dating, and being intimate with someone new. But a chance encounter with a female bartender changed all of that.
Trisha O'Bannon
6.7.18
Sex machina

Valentine’s Day Is for Masturbating

A petition to rebrand this tedious holiday.
Maria Yagoda
2.13.18
Dating

The Secret to Having a Successful Friends-with-Benefits Relationship

A new study on casual sexual relationships examines the factors that can make for a positive or negative experience.
Kimberly Lawson
8.1.17
romance

What It's Like to Be Married to a Psychopath

In her memoir, author Jen Waite recounts her experience discovering her husband's affair and diagnosis as a psychopath. Broadly sat down with the author to learn how to spot red flags.
Emalie Marthe
7.19.17
tv

What Your Favorite Fictional TV Couples Would Be Like in Bed

Is Homer as compatible with Marge as he is with donuts?
Bethy Squires
5.30.17
friendship

Bromances Allow Men to Openly Love Each Other, New Study Says

"Masculinity is no longer this debilitating curse that forces men to act in a particularly toxic manner and, as such, guys today are having highly emotional, physically tactile and loving friendships with other men. This can only be a positive."
Kimberly Lawson
5.2.17
science of sex

This Scientist Says Love Potions Could Soon Prevent Breakups

Is there really a way to hack your brain into falling in love? We talk to one scientist who believes that a lab-produced love potion will hit the shelves in 20 years.
Sirin Kale
4.13.17
love is a hoax

Why You Can't Shut Up About Your Crush Even When It's Annoying Everyone You Know

Is there a psychological reason for why you can't help but gush to your friends about your bizarrely successful Tinder date? We investigate.
Amanda Arnold
2.15.17
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