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.
Seeing reminders to “check on your strong friend” online over and over are nice, but what does that really look like and how can you do it?
Wondering what the rest of this year has in store for your love life? Read for both your sun and rising sign.
Explore ways we love best, where we fall short, and how we can learn to love better.
Recognizing that your friends’ actions or decisions are evoking something in you is the first step.
Venezuelan singer Danny Ocean talks about new album @dannocean, love in the digital age, and the meaning behind his most famous lyric.
In this month of love, we ask: do you need to love yourself first, before you can be open to love from someone else?
These retrograde transits are giving us a lot to think about. Don’t be afraid to do the shadow work.
This roundtable explores advice for the bedroom from a human sexuality expert, intimacy coach, clinician and author. Let’s learn to ask for what we want. By Laura Wheatman Hill As much as we’d like to have a psychic, unspoken connection with our partners, when it comes to sex, sometimes we have to let go of…
We all have the capacity to be toxic in love and friendship. The sooner we all accept that we have likely been the toxic one at one point or another, the sooner we can love—ourselves and others—best.
It’s normal that many of us fear the deep self-exploration required to establish clear boundaries in our partnerships, but it’s also of the utmost importance. Words by Maura McNamara. Illustrations by Nadia Snopek. “Let there be spaces in your togetherness,” writes Khalil Gibran in The Prophet. “Let the winds of heaven dance around you. Love…
‘Sunk cost’ love describes repeatedly investing in a dead-end relationship. In this piece, we explore the fear of letting go & come to terms with why it’s ok to do so.
The state of scary obsession with the object of your affection is familiar for many — and it has a name: limerence.