When it’s not working out, should you simply ghost out?
This week we get some relationship advice with psychotherapist Elizabeth Reyes-Fournier, author behind the blog CoupleDumb!
The common belief that asexuality equates to frigidity encourages a negative understanding of sexuality.
“Who gives a $&%# if you're alone?” This week on Bitch Talk With Brooke, we hear from Brooke about why breakups are maybe the best worst thing to ever happen.
It’s not that he’s just not that into you—it’s that there’s not enough of him. Using a combination of demographics, game theory, and number crunching, financial and tech journalist Jon Birger explains America’s curiously lopsided dating and marriage market—and what every single, college-educated, heterosexual woman needs to know.
This week on The Hash, hosts Molly and Dane discuss the reasons why feminism may not be for everyone in response to this Thought Catalog piece. Then, the pair reads GLAAD's report on LGBTs on television in 2015. The show wraps with an analysis of Sizzl, a bacon-themed dating app launched by Oscar Meyer.
This week we explore open marriage with the couple Matthew and Jane who, after seven years of romantic commitment, decided to try polyamory.
Relationship Week - Avid wedding planners and dress consultants may market their services by playing into the stereotype that “all girls dream of their wedding day.” However, Millennials are choosing to get married later in life and many of them desire less lavish ceremonies than those of previous generations.
Whether it be nail biting or constant texting, many find certain quirks of their significant others to be downright annoying. But which quirks are deal-breakers? Lisa Autz and Zach Schepis ask people in New York City what relationship-related pet-peeves could make or break a romantic fling.
Hazards Week - The first date is a bizarre ritual: two people agree to go out together, without the company of any other people they know. Avoid these hazardous first date behaviors to make the whole experience a little less awkward.
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane discuss an important article about things we shouldn't be teaching young boys about dating. Then, the pair analyzes an AskMen piece regarding dating red flags. The show wraps with an in-depth conversation about comments threads online, which Molly writes about this week.
There are a million bad dates in the city that never sleeps. Mary Geneva has been on 999,999 of them. When she moved to Manhattan in her mid-20s, Mary imagined being single in New York City would be like something out of a Hollywood movie. And it was—a horror movie. Nicknames is a look at some of the most hopeless, horrendous, and frequently hilarious dates you can imagine. Mary shares her true-life adventures looking for Mr. Right in the treacherous New York dating scene. You'll meet men so bizarre their names have been changed to protect the guilty. Our cast of characters includes: Crazy Eyes, who didn't just resemble an escapee from the local mental hospital, but proved he probably belonged there; James Bond, the mysterious South African with the secret life; Germ Sperm, a guy so classy, he actually named himself Germ Sperm! And many, many, many more. Part memoir, part self-help book, Nicknames will have you laughing out loud... and possibly abstaining from dating forever.
This week, The Hash covers dating, sexism, and pick up lines.
According to a recent survey, the average first date in New York and Washington, D.C., is over $150. This week on BTR Pulse, Sarah Fraser asks people what they think to be an appropriate amount to spend on a first date.