When marriages fail, families feud, and colleagues conspire, surely it’s your girlfriends who pick you up again.
Elana Rabinowitz wondered if she could turn her Facebook flirtation into a face-to-face relationship.
Katherine Mooney made the decision to go celibate two years ago after yet another meaningless sexual encounter left her feeling worthless and used.
Women who fake orgasms are more likely to be unfaithful...
A teaching assistant was duped into a 14 month affair with a married father she met on dating app Tinder.
VR is now more immersive and believable than ever before.
These singles want a parenting partner, not a life partner. By Britany Robinson
Supporting each other, having fun and being honest are the keys to making it work, writes Jae Berman.
From burning calories to slowing aging.
Twitter has come up with interesting ways to break up with your partner.
Heartthrobes: A history of women and desire by Carol Dyhouse.
One in four women raped. One in five HIV infections. One in three cases of depression.
A reader details how she moved for love, but had a nasty surprise after relocating.
Swedish study claim, couples who don’t divide housework equally could be headed for divorce.
Danielle Sepulveres used to believe love had to be devastating to be real.
The hashtag #wemetontwitter is a place where people share stories of how the microblogging site helped them find love.