The heart wants what it wants, and sometimes the heart wants to date someone 100,000 miles away. The distance is especially painful when everyone around you is celebrating a holiday of love.
Whether you’re in a 90-Day Fiancee situation, or just apart from your sweetie for work or school, long distance relationships can sometimes feel like a fool’s errand. But, they don’t have to be!
If you can treat your sweetie with love and respect, regardless of whether or not you sleep in the same bed on V-day, then your LDR might just be able to go the distance! Here are some tips and tricks for making things work with your out of state dreamboat this Valentines day.
The famous song goes: “Age ain’t nothin but a number”, but Aaliyah was too young to give consent to R Kelly. But age gap relationships don’t have to be abusive or creepy. With two consulting adults they’re totally normal!
Whether you’re in an age gap relationship, or you’d like to date someone older or younger, here’s some ways to handle a relationship with a large age gap.
Pansexuality has its own treasure trove of difficulties. People often (wrongly) view pansexuals as confused, greedy, or going through a phase. People think they will one day emerge identifying as gay or lesbian.
These rumors are untrue and harmful, but they persist nonetheless. I wrote a whole article about the intricacies of Pansexuality and Bisexuality here. But being pan and identifying as a man? Whoa, brother. That’s another set of difficulties. There’s a lot to unpack here, so let’s begin!
Dating can be a challenge for all personality types: introverts, extroverts, and whatever the hell Taylor Swift is. Just because you’re an introvert doesn’t mean you don’t want lasting love and connection!
You’d just rather do it on your own terms. Which is, most likely, at home in your PJ cuddled up with your cat. So, here’s some tips and tricks for dating people when you’re perfectly content being alone.
So, you’ve got a casual fuck buddy you want to make into your committed fuck….partner. I get it. Many people have made the transition from boning to drawer-at-your-home-ing.
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to give your no strings attached relationship some strings, without imploding the whole thing. It’s precarious business, but with a little help and a lot of communication, you can do it. Here are some tips to take your casual relationship to the next level.
New Years Eve is a time of renewal, reflection, and getting litty as hell with your closest friends.
It’s one of the biggest partying events of the year, which means that it’s also one of the biggest nights for petty crime.
Whether you’re going to a rave, a house party, or just getting a glass of champagne to ring in the new year at your local bar, we’ve got some advice to keep you safe and start the new year right.
The Holidays are upon us! It’s a time of giving, receiving, and watching all the goddamn Holiday movies that you want. If you’re anything like me, you might need a little taste of holiday romance in your movie choices to heat up the cold December days. These movies are so romantic, they might inspire you to strike up some holiday romances of your own. So, let’s take a festive dive into the world of mistletoe and frozen kisses.
So, you’ve been with your significant other for a while: congratulations! You went through the early jitters, the butterflies, the heart eyes emojis. And now? You’ve hit the part of the relationship that’s just like everyday life: a little stagnant and at times boring.
Every honeymoon phase comes to an end, and finding ways to navigate the relationship through the years is where the real work takes place. Relationships are like house plants: you have to care for them everyday, or one morning you’ll wake up to the withered remains of a hanging plant you really loved, thinking “wow, it really came to this.” Here’s some tips and tools to stay growing in your relationship, and not plateauing!
Okay, I’m probably the first person ever to say this, but: Dating. Is. HARD. It’s tiring, time consuming, emotionally vulnerable, and at times, expensive.
There are a lot of fish in the sea, and when you’re single, it can feel like the best strategy is to keep meeting fish until you eventually find your white whale. But that’s not necessarily true.
Sometimes, we all need to take a break from dating.
Finding the perfect label for human sexuality is like trying to find a perfectly tailored suit at a big box store. It’s borderline impossible. This is true whether you’re looking to describe your own sexual identity, or trying to understand someone else’s. Sexuality is complex, and labels are limiting.
Today we’re going to delve into the differences and similarities between Bisexuality and Pansexuality. Afterwards, when you, a partner, or your cool niece uses these terms, you can see the full, rainbow colored picture.