The only thing easy about living in the 1800s was not having to swipe right to find love.
When sociology professor Eric Klinenberg co-wrote the book Modern Love with Aziz Ansari, he also unearthed some real truths about how hard it is to find love and then put them in these handy charts. Having… READ MORE »
Passwords mean trust, or at least they do in 2016. READ MORE »
One of the realities of dating in 2016 is we all end up with phone contacts for old flames that we never get around to deleting. Katia, who gave you her number without you even asking in 2014. Emily, who went on one ill-fated date with you to a fancy bar in 2015. Annie, who… READ MORE »
My husband and I spent countless hours deciding whether or not we should be done having kids. The reasons for deciding that it was time for my husband to get a vasectomy were many: financial stress, previous miscarriages, my experience with postpartum depression. They were also deeply personal.
But that didn’t stop my mother-in-law from… READ MORE »
She may rule with an iron gavel, but her advice is solid.
Judge Judy Sheindlin’s show, Judge Judy, has been on the air for nearly 20 years, and she’s been a family court judge for even longer than that. She’s known for her swift justice and for her “Judyisms” sayings, such as “Do I have… READ MORE »
While you were wining and dining yourself into being broke for the rest of the month, Sacramento couple Daniel and Cassie were busy crushing Valentine’s Day. After five-years together, they couldn’t figure out how to celebrate. Out of frustration, Cassie suggested they just go to Taco Bell. More shocking, he didn’t propose right then and there. READ MORE »
Beautiful sadness to feast your eyes (and stomach) on. READ MORE »
The site is currently composed of only 100 people and limited to New York, so users have a greater possibility of actually meeting (and smelling each other). READ MORE »
Who Deleted Me will show you who’s missing from your friends list since your last login, but do we really want to know? READ MORE »
As things continue to progress with The Bartender, I find myself thinking a lot about compromise.
More specifically: I’m a person who has been on her own, for better or for worse, for most of my life. That’s not to say that I don’t have a strong support system, but rather, that I’m… READ MORE »