Dating

Quit playing games

I was once with my friend when I got a text from a guy I liked.Continue...

Cashing in on sweet nothings

It’s not anyone’s business who your sugar daddy is.Continue...

‘We’re Not Really Strangers’ highlights our desire to form deep connections

Does it still hurt? What are you holding on to that’s no longer holding on to you? How are you, really?Continue...

Cuffing season reminds us of our primal nature

If summer is for casual dating, vacations with friends, relaxing, and working on yourself, fall is for settling down in a relationship. We all know what’s coming—cuffing season.Continue...

We should all do our best to be chivalrous

As a feminist, I’ve always wondered if chivalry exists anymore, and whether or not accepting and appreciating it conflicts with my moral compass.Continue...

It’s time to pursue more intimate, meaningful relationships in person

I’m in the throes of a hot, healing girl summer.Continue...

Too Hot to Handle’s new season signals our generation’s inability to connect emotionally

Too Hot to Handle ( THTH) strikes back with a new scandalous, sizzling group of contestants once again challenged with fostering emotional connections that go beyond abs and boobs—ooh-la-la.Continue...

Embracing queer contestants makes for better reality TV

Shows like Too Hot to Handle , The Bachelor , and Love is Blind are inherently spectacles, but their representation—or lack thereof—impacts the way we perceive queer relationships, especially if shows reinforce damaging stereotypes surrounding the LGBTQ2S+ community.Continue...

The art of sliding into DMs

Sliding into someone’s direct messages or ‘DMs’ is a scary move. Many of us refrain from messaging the person we’re interested in because we overthink what to say and don’t want to come across as creepy or overeager.Continue...

Navigating relationships through COVID-19 distancing

For many students in relationships, maintaining a distance of two metres between themselves and others has, for the past four months, included their significant other.Continue...

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