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The changing look of love

Queen’s brings hearts together, even after graduation.Continue...

Screening for love

A computer screen or a phone doesn’t seem like a normal place for a relationship to begin.Continue...

For the love of sweets

In the modern world, Valentine’s Day is filled with anonymous candy grams, roses and a special night shared with a significant other.Continue...

When domination rules the bedroom

Soft-spoken and well-mannered, the voice on the other end of the phone isn’t what people typically see as someone who enjoys BDSM — a practice that encompasses bondage, discipline, domination, submission, sadism and masochism.Continue...

Love isn’t blind on ‘Love is Blind’

On another superfluous season of Love is Blind , the show once again fails to prove love is blind.Continue...

Four fall dates that will get you cuffed

Cuffing season is upon us—and no, I’m not talking about the winter or Christmas season.Continue...

‘Heartstopper’ gives Netflix audiences hope for more queer content

With an abundance of heteronormative romance movies and shows dominating Netflix, Heartstopper ’s queer focus is a breath of fresh air.

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Never not loving immensely: Learning to express my love in the face of tragedy

The story behind how I learned that life is too short and unpredictable to not show the people you love that you treasure them.

In January of 2017, I felt like I was drowning.Continue...

Love triangles in film are unnecessary and unhealthy—change my mind

I’ve never understood the excitement around love triangles in film. Although the hype of cheering for Team Gale or Team Peeta can be contagious, it overshadows the unhealthy message sent to real-life couples.Continue...

Distance doesn’t make the heart grow fonder

From a young age, I vowed to never lose myself in a relationship. My greatest fear was to have a romantic partner chip away at my dreams until I was a watered-down image of sacrifice and devotion.Continue...

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