Four men talk about why they needed to take a break from casual sex and dating and what that time afforded them.
While love languages tend to be informed by upbringing and life experiences, your zodiac sign can also deeply influence how you love.
Routes to Safety is a trauma-informed model for building stronger connections within our relationships that accommodates a wider range of people’s experiences.
Experts on gender-based violence share how men can redefine societal gender norms and hold themselves accountable.
Zenat Begum on loving out loud, her immigrant, Bangladeshi parents, and what “home” means to her.
Explore ways we love best, where we fall short, and how we can learn to love better.
In this month of love, we ask: do you need to love yourself first, before you can be open to love from someone else?
While that view of self is important, it differs from the process of actively loving ourselves. Emotional wellness experts weigh in.
In our world of hook up culture and dating apps, remaining celibate can be seen as “missing out.” But for this writer, it strengthened her relationship with her partner—and with herself.
ILY’s Erika Ramirez on hiding your voice in fear of losing love.
Just because a character isn’t explicitly written to be queer doesn’t mean they can’t be. Words by Jordan Currie. Art by Sam Liacos. I’ve realized as I’ve gotten older that being a queer media consumer can feel like being a pop culture archaeologist—an endless hunt for representation in the nitty gritty subtext, digging through dirt…
Licensed Master Social Worker and psychotherapist Sabrina Sarro offers ways to seek or offer help if you or someone you know is experiencing sexual assault within a romantic relationship.
Why the cult rock musical’s message of loving yourself is still empowering today.
Conversations with creatives on finding themselves through self-love while in the midst of a global pandemic.