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Sex And Relationships
And Now, the Story of Two People Who Found Love on an Airplane
Or at least instant attraction.
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What We Mean When We Say Marriage Is ‘Work’
Talking to clinical psychologist Daphne de Marneffe about her new book,
The Rough Patch.
OkCupid’s New Subway Ads Rethink ‘DTF’
Coming to New York City very soon.
How to Say ‘Orgasm’ in 27 Different Languages
“Drastic excitement.” “High tide.” “Satisfaction is happening.”
science of us
A Therapist on That Awkward Sex Scene in ‘Cat Person’
Talking through turn-ons and the tenuous nature of attraction.
These Are the Warmest Sex Outfits
For when it’s too cold to be naked.
Woman Gets Up and Leaves After Date Says He Voted for Trump
“I think we’re two completely different people,” she said.
When You Have Anxiety and Your Partner Doesn’t
It can be a relationship death knell. (But it doesn’t have to be.)
New York’s Most ‘Undateable’ Guy Won’t Get a Bad-Date Do-over, Thank God
initially agreed to set Billy Peck up on another date.
Tricking Yourself Into Thinking You’re Over It Is Key to Getting Over a Breakup
A study found the placebo effect works on broken hearts.
If You Knew Someone Was Being Cheated on — Would You Tell Them?
A study on how people decide when and whether to get involved in other people’s business.
Feel Like You’re in a Major Dry Spell? You’re Not Alone
A new study found there’s been an overall drop in sex among American adults.
Your Partner’s Weird Family Is Not Necessarily a Deal-Breaker
A new book argues that the seemingly obvious traits people say they want in a partner are exactly the ones that deserve more careful thought.
How a Breakup Distorts Your Sense of Self
“Self-expansion theory” helps explain why the end of a relationship can feel so psychologically unsettling.