It’s possible to learn about yourself and love through different types of intimacy with someone you don’t necessarily want to date.
As more are introduced, a few creatively used emojis can replace words or feelings in all of your conversations — even sexting.
In this month of love, we ask: do you need to love yourself first, before you can be open to love from someone else?
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…
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.
Seven people share what they learned from sleeping with an ex.
Words by Laura Stortenbeker. Art by Sam Liacos.
Words by Mya Abraham. Art by Mia Coleman.
Interview by Jessica Joyce Jacolbe.
Words by Zeena Koda. Photography by Sheena She.
Words by Kaity Wong.
Words by Alex Reaves. Art by Vivian Shih.
Words by Clover Hope.