As full-time pastors become a thing of the past, more and more seminary grads are taking on secular jobs to supplement their incomes.
Polyamorous people still face plenty of stigmas, but some studies suggest they handle certain relationship challenges better than monogamous people do.
I used to think I'd never post photos of my son on the public Internet.
Drones can take photos, even stand in as the ring bearer. But are they legal?
Two advocates of a minimalist lifestyle discuss what it means to them and how it has changed them as people.
As Americans report feeling more isolated, some people turn to snuggling with strangers.
Technology brought us together—but it takes an offline connection to keep us that way.
Why my partner and I decided to buy a house with our friends, share our space and our lives, and all make a family together
Even as apps and websites have taken over, some prefer an analog courtship ritual
At a conference last weekend, practitioners of orgasmic meditation came together.
Those who don't have sex during their teen years are in the minority, but the reasons for—and effects of—waiting differ for everyone.
I traveled around the country interviewing happy couples; this is what I learned.