Performing oral sex has long been a sign of intimacy and trust between lovers Picture: Pexels

Yes, your relationship can survive after cheating; and money does matter when your partner makes more than you do.

My boyfriend broke up with me because I'm poor

When Simone Paget's then-boyfriend ended their relationship, she never expected him to say it was because she was too poor.

Money is a tender point for many people.

Taking the 'sir' out of surnames

Why does the patriarchal practice persist of a woman changing her surname when she marries, asks Omeshnie Naidoo.

File photo: Pillay says her husband was also more comfortable with not registering to avoid the perception that he had married her for money.

How to survive cheating in a relationship

In her book, Wedding Toasts I'll Never Give, a partial memoir about the idiosyncrasies of the modern marriage, Ada Calhoun explores her own infidelity. 

'You can't make a choice about staying in a marriage until the third phase.'

20 things we all need to know about sex

1. There’s going to be a wet spot

Picture: Pexels Your body clock dictates the best time to have sex

How oral sex measures level of affection

A sexy new study has revealed that the giving and receiving of oral sex in a relationship clearly shows who is more in love.

Performing oral sex has long been a sign of intimacy and trust between lovers.  Picture: Pexels