19 Proposed Rules For The Chivalrous Gentleman

Megan Reynolds / July 13, 2015

Take note, fedoras. … More »

Make It Stop: “Why’d He End Things So Abruptly?”

Anna Goldfarb / July 12, 2015

Things were going great! Until… More »

I Have Kids And I Think It’s Selfish To Have An Adult-Only Wedding / July 8, 2015

This summer, my husband and I have approximately 10,000 weddings to attend. OK, that’s an exaggeration, but it definitely feels that way. In and of itself, our plenitude of weddings are a good thing. Drinks! Dinner! Butter cream frosting!
The only problem with all these weddings this summer is that the vast majority of them don’t… More »

Tinder Wants To Make It Easier For You To Possibly Bone A Celeb

Megan Reynolds / July 8, 2015

Famous people are now easily identifiable on Tinder. What a world. … More »

Dater X: More Like Dater S-E-X, Right!? High Five!

Dater X 3.0 / July 7, 2015

Some bloggers take great delight in burying the most important or exciting bit of information at the bottom of their post, click-baiting you into scrolling paragraph after paragraph of self-indulgent prose to get there. Today, I simply can’t contain myself… More »

Do You Want To Know Who Defriended You On Facebook?

Robyn Pennacchia / July 7, 2015

Good thing or bad thing? More »

5 Tips Every Guy Could Use To Not Screw Up A Date With A Feminist

Ask Men / July 7, 2015

It’s 2015, and fewer and fewer people are shying away from identifying themselves as feminists.
Beyoncé performed at last year’s VMAs in front of giant, all-caps lettering spelling out the word “FEMINIST”; Buzzfeed, an enormously popular media outlet, recently expressed unflinching support for the movement; and an increasing number of people is willing to adopt the label… More »

Why Do You Care More About My Wedding Dress Than My Fiancé’s Suit?

Figuring out what I’m going to wear to my wedding is driving me totally insane. More »

Hitched 2.0: 11 Things I’ve Learned About Wedding Planning

Emma Sarran / July 3, 2015

Holy crap, I’m getting married in 10 days. I can’t fully wrap my head around that fact, and it now feels like the days are going by at warp-speed. I’m beyond excited to get married, but I have to admit I’m already feeling a little nostalgic for the engagement chapter of my life, and it… More »

The Soapbox: How Fox News Helped Turn My Conservative Dad Into A Gay Marriage-Loving Liberal

Sydney Leathers / July 3, 2015

Last Friday, the Supreme Court, in a 5-4 decision, ruled that same sex couples have the right to marry. What an incredible day in American history. It’s a victory I’m happy to share with my dad. No, my dad isn’t gay, but he his opinion on gay marriage has made a lot of progress. A… More »

Microaffections: Using Social Media As A Digital Hug

Bronwyn Isaac / July 2, 2015

Harnessing “microaffections” as the small, patient answers to all the trolling and microaggressions bombarding the internet. More »

People Who Ghost Suck, But People Who Ghost And Steal Your Dog Suck Even Harder

The universe is trying to tell me to take a breather from dating, I think. This week, the New York Times discovered “ghosting,” i.e. when someone you’ve been dating for months or years just DISAPPEARS on you, not bothering to, you know, break up or offer an explanation. This has happened to me a few… More »

Girl On Girl: When Gay Marriage Becomes Marriage

Morgan Cohn / July 1, 2015

When huge things happen in our world, we always remember where we were when we heard the news. “Where were you when gay marriage was legalized?” will quickly become the new “Where were you when the Beyonce album dropped?” As for me, I had just gotten off of the subway and was at a crosswalk… More »

Dater X: A Compendium Of What Not To Use As Your Online Dating Opening Line

Dater X 3.0 / June 30, 2015

Yikes. More »

9 Steps That Would Help Reconcile The Relationship Between White And Black America

Tiffanie Drayton / June 30, 2015

After both studying and writing about racial inequality in the United States, I have come to learn that, much like our interpersonal or romantic relationships, most of the ongoing strife between African-Americans and the nation stems from the absence of atonement, forgiveness and reconciliation. Personal relationships are often threatened by wrongdoing. That’s because human being… More »

Can We Stop Using The Term “Maiden Name”?

It’s stupid, it’s gendered, it’s pointless, just stop. More »

Check Your Vibes: 7 Ways To Stay Afloat When You’re Surrounded By Conflict

Claire Hannum / June 29, 2015

It’s a moment we all dread: one day, you wake up to find that the tension that’s been slowly building between two or more of your close friends has reached a brutal boiling point, and a conflict erupts with a magnitude that rivals an earthquake. Now you may find yourself in the unenviable position of… More »

Do Something New: Longboard

Alternative title: “Have Your Partner Teach You Something.”… More »

All Of My Feelings About The SCOTUS Gay Marriage Decision Expressed In GIFs

There are no words to express my feelings, only gifs. More »

Vogue Profile Suggests Cara Delevingne’s Bisexuality Is Just Temporary, No Worries

If I had a Vogue profile for every time a bisexual person was told it was “just a phase,” I’d be the most famous queer on Earth. More »

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