Polyamorous people still face plenty of stigmas, but some studies suggest they handle certain relationship challenges better than monogamous people do.
The dull sexual document of our age becomes a lot more interesting once Beyoncé's involved.
All the single ladies… aren’t the same.
Similarity and companionship are the currency of attraction, for better or worse.
A scholar of gender studies on reconciling feminism with the reality of gender bias against men
Technology brought us together—but it takes an offline connection to keep us that way.
Even as apps and websites have taken over, some prefer an analog courtship ritual
Online dating! Delayed marriages! Hollywood hasn't caught up to the way we love now.
Standard medical practice is often to operate to "normalize" genitals, but some families are fighting back.
Add what researchers call a social "snowball effect" to the already long list of reasons why dads should take time off.
I hated exercise—until I learned you don't have to be intense about it.
With cases like Hobby Lobby, nuanced, complex issues get filtered through ideological rage and gloating—which is bad for both feminism and religious liberty.
Why providing women more options to control pregnancies is in the interest of everyone
As they polish their resumes and rack up extracurriculars, today's young people have forgotten how to love, some argue.
A new guideline says the procedures do more harm than good.
Author Joshua Ferris used to believe in 'art for art's sake.' Then he read The Human Stain.
"If you ask our daughters," she said in a frank interview on work-life balance, "I'm not sure they will say that I've been a good mom."
Why are religious liberty and contraceptive rights being framed as opposites in a much-anticipated Supreme Court ruling on the Affordable Care Act?
The film's popularity has coincided with public outcry over sexism in Japan, where unlike in America, Disney marketing played up the movie's empowerment message.
The victims of the prison system the Netflix show satirizes are overwhelmingly male. Leaving them out reinforces old stereotypes that hurt both genders.
A pill that revolutionized reproductive rights in Latin America is now gaining ground on the black market in South Texas.