We fall for people based on appearance, kindness and wealth. It’s not as simple as removing one part of the equation.
It’s not just the drama that gets people to tune in every night
A recent Title IX lawsuit alleges discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation at religious schools. Two scholars argue that this might be a pivotal moment.
Predictions of a new ‘roaring twenties’ featuring hedonism and indulgence ignores how dating has changed during lockdown.
Dating apps were created to help people connect online, then meet in person… How have they responded to the pandemic? And what role do they play in helping people adjust to this new dating reality?
In the absence of guidelines or training regarding sexual expression in long-term care homes, most staff are ‘just winging it’ on potentially sensitive issues.
The range of arranged unions that now exist can be thought of as a spectrum, and younger generations tend to prefer a love connection
Granting police access to Tinder users’ information is problematic for many reasons (even if the intent is to keep people safe).
Public health measures have affected dating during the pandemic. This could be an opportunity for people to learn more about their intimate desires to develop deeper connections with others.
This Netflix series imagines we all have a DNA-compatible soulmate waiting for us. But while there are companies in the real world matchmaking via DNA, love is more complex than that.
Not everyone wants romantic partnership and many singles find more happiness and autonomy in their solo life.
People have plenty of individual reasons to stick with or end a romantic relationship. But researchers have identified some common themes that influence this big decision.
For single people, finding at least one partner has been hard enough. But for those used to juggling multiple relationships, the pandemic has forced them to rethink dating altogether.
Finding a Valentine via a dating app is a lot more likely than running into them on the street or getting trapped in a lift with them — even if it lacks a Hollywood moment.
Artificial intelligence is becoming increasingly common across aspects of our lives. But what role should it play in how we find love?
New research suggests that the seeds of future romantic partnering patterns are planted in childhood and are visible even before adolescence.
Tinder and similar apps fail to properly address issues of online harm. A lack of policy is to blame, as well as app design features and society’s general attitudes towards more minor cases of abuse.
From geopolitical tensions over - very - personal data to user strategies, discover the workings of an industry that is responsible for one in three marriages in the United States.
A relationship psychologist says dating apps probably aren’t the best way to find a mate. But if you are using them, he has a few tips.
Many also openly admit to spying on or stalking their partners, suggesting that they may not know that there’s anything wrong with the behaviors.