As I wrote in the last installment of this series, science’s role is to test hypotheses and uncover the truth. Sometimes this uncovered truth is… Read More »Yikes! Apparently A Third of Women Have Dated Men Just for the Free Food.
One woman pushed hard for labels. The other didn’t even want to go there. Wasn’t looking for anything serious, she said. They sounded like they… Read More »Methinks You Doth Protest Too Much, Dear Date
Today’s piece is a guest blog post from Fluffy, an academic in-training, who is studying organizational behavior in hopes of making the world a better… Read More »When “Problematic” Becomes Problematic: Identity Assumptions, Dissonance, and Confessions
In an earlier piece, I wrote about the homing pigeon effect, i.e., “good things are hard to screw up.” Good relationships typically feel very easy… Read More »When You’re Used to Bad Relationships, It’s Easy for Something to Feel “Too Good to Be True”
Hi Page, I’ve been in a relationship for about six months now. We agreed to be polyamorous from the start (both of us had another… Read More »“Should I Date Someone New So I Can Experience Both Sides of Being Polyamorous?”
Hi Page, I’ve been reading your blog for several months now. I like your writing because I feel like you talk about polyamory and monogamy… Read More »Monogamy as a Choice Rather Than a Default: Do We Really Need Yet Another Way to Be Incompatible?
PQ 17.4 — How much space do I have to devote to new relationships right now? * Reasonably? Hmm… As of this writing, I’m fresh… Read More »PQ 17.4 — How much space do I have to devote to new relationships right now?
Today’s article is a guest post by LadyHeat. LadyHeat is a badass lesbian bitch who kicks in the teeth of marginalization. Her experiences of queer… Read More »Dating While Poor Is Difficult, But Doable
She’s looking positively fierce in a black gown that envelopes her slender frame as though it was made for her, standing with perfect posture. But… Read More »Chemistry Is Obvious, Dealbreakers Aren’t