RELATIONSHIPS

They don’t agree on abortion. Can their relationship survive post-Roe?

In the wake of the Supreme Court’s abortion ruling, many have taken to social media to discuss the impact on their relationships and dating prospects.

By Julianne McShaneJune 29, 2022

Tinder’s new safety tool asks daters to do the app’s work for them

Singles can now run background checks before a first date. Will this help daters stay safe, or provide a false sense of security?

By Lisa BonosMarch 16, 2022

‘The Bachelor’ star was rejected by the winner for the first time in show history — and then things got worse

“The Bachelor” finales tend to be train wrecks, but even the audience wasn’t prepared for what happened between Clayton and the final three: Susie, Gabby and Rachel.

By Emily YahrMarch 16, 2022

How to avoid falling for a Tinder swindler or a fake German heiress

It's easier than you might think to get ensnared in a romance scam.

By Lisa BonosMarch 3, 2022

More than 1 in 4 women have experienced domestic violence in their lifetimes, global study finds

"This data highlights what we’ve long known: that violence against women and girls is ubiquitous across the world. While it is not a surprise, it is of huge concern," one activist said.

By Adela SulimanFebruary 17, 2022

He’s cute. But is he swab-worthy? How rapid testing became a dating ritual.

Should I ask my date to get a coronavirus test? Singles are confused about when testing is necessary.

By Lisa BonosFebruary 8, 2022

I live in Tokyo. He lives in D.C. Omicron forced us to marry if we ever wanted to see each other.

The infamous difficulties of a long-distance relationship reach new heights in the constantly changing circumstances of a pandemic.

By Michelle Ye Hee LeeFebruary 1, 2022

Hinge added a new voice recording function. Will it change how we digitally date?

The dating platform's newest voice function has gone viral on TikTok, where people show off the most ridiculous and earnest responses, and it is seemingly bringing digital daters closer together.

By Anying GuoJanuary 22, 2022

‘Sex and the City’ helped fans navigate their 30s. Decades later, they still feel seen.

Many of the women who fell for “Sex and the City” when they were in their 30s and 40s are still obsessed with the show in their 50s and 60s.

By Lisa BonosDecember 16, 2021

The grand slam of covid dating: This couple fell in love, moved in, had a kid and got engaged — all during the pandemic

Sarah and Nolan experienced every relationship milestone in a year unlike any other.

By Lisa BonosNovember 18, 2021

Let’s talk about ‘Sex Education’ — and all the bad info we got as teens

Laurie Nunn, creator of the Netflix hit, thinks parents and kids deserve better conversations about sex.

By Lisa BonosOctober 7, 2021

Dan Savage has been dishing out sex and love advice for 30 years. Some questions still surprise him.

What's still controversial after all these years? Comprehensive sex education.

By Lisa BonosSeptember 8, 2021

It’s not just you. We’re all socially awkward now.

As our social lives restart, many of us are rusty, tongue-tied, rambling or insecure — and we don't know what to do with our hands.

By Lisa BonosAugust 16, 2021

Co-workers are still hooking up, office or not

Remote work has brought some colleagues closer together.

By Lisa BonosAugust 6, 2021

Dating is tough. Could dressing up as a praying mantis help?

"Sexy Beasts," Netflix’s newest reality dating show, unleashes singles' animal instincts.

By Lisa BonosJuly 27, 2021

How has the pandemic changed dating? Here are 7 tips for getting back out there.

Be upfront with your date and take things slowly.

By Lisa BonosJuly 20, 2021

Republicans have more friends across the political divide than Democrats, study finds

Twenty-two percent of Americans have ended a friendship over a mismatch in support for former president Donald Trump.

By Lisa BonosJuly 3, 2021

Kyle is transgender. It took 30 years and a pandemic for them to realize it.

The huge disruption to the outside world prompted many people to look inward and examine who they really are.

By Lisa BonosJuly 2, 2021

Secrets from the ‘Bachelor’ franchise are spilling out, and they could change the show’s future

Rachel Lindsay's cover story for New York Magazine detailed what it was really like behind the scenes as the show's first Black lead.

By Emily YahrJune 22, 2021

Tayshia Adams and Kaitlyn Bristowe explain how to mentor a Bachelorette

Said Kaitlyn Bristowe of her role as "Bachelorette" co-host: "We were a shoulder to cry on, we were there to laugh. We’re there to keep extra eyes on some of the guys."

By Lisa BonosJune 14, 2021