A study has suggested that the more muscle a man has, the more likely he is to be sexist. After conducting my own field research by polishing my own guns, I will have to agree.
During the course of our long-term relationship, my partner and I have changed, but it is when we drink that we become who we used to be.
For my money, those who criticize polyamory do so from a place of ignorance; for those who participate know that love is all.
There’s a seismic shift afoot in the dating game; with the expanded access that social media grants us, it seems that online stalking is the new wave.
This week I traded the analog dating scene for the digital arms of artificial intelligence. While I learned love between man and router can exist, the problems we face now will remain in future.
Love, as they say, is a losing game, and that is never truer than on this particular day of the calendar. But it’s not all bad. “Attached” doesn’t necessarily mean “happy;” so, well done, us losers!
Whether waiting for love or reveling in lust, the steps you walk to bridge the two are often the most brutal.
Emotionally, 2016 has indeed been an annus horribilis for me, but through clear reflection, I’ve mapped out a way to move forward and to avoid a repeat in 2017.
A Harvard University study declared “job loss” the biggest factor in divorce. Here’s what our resident relationship counselor makes of the findings.
Ben Werner’s latest from South Korea as a stay-at-home dad with a military wife and three kids; are cargo shorts dead?