Relationships

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...

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...

The situation with situationships

Whether you’ve been on dating apps, are in a long-term relationship, or are seeing someone casually, you likely know there are countless terms to describe different types of relationships.Continue...

Your life isn’t a Hallmark movie­: it’s just cuffing season

In recent weeks, the cold weather might have you wondering if the warmth of hand-holding could be a solution to winter’s chill.Continue...

Interracial relationships in the media fail to celebrate women of colour

Across North American TV and film, a prevailing theme proves everyone has the right to love who they want, regardless of race.Continue...

A Star is Born romanticizes toxic relationships

Although Bradley Cooper’s A Star is Born achieved widespread praise for its heart-wrenching story and talented cast, its reaction risks glossing over the conspicuous presence of toxic relationships.Continue...

Tri-colour Sex Diary: Spicing up a long-term relationship gone wrong

Long term relationships can be hard. It's difficult to constantly keep things interesting while balancing school, a job and a million other responsibilities.Continue...

The unclear rules of student-TA relationships

As students and teaching assistants (TAs) return to classes, some will bond over more than their lessons. As of Fall 2017, the University employed 1,850 TAs in a wide range of departments, class sizes, and duties. But intimate relationships between some students and TAs might often be overlooked.Continue...

When helping loved ones, we can’t forget to help ourselves

It’s easy to become invested in the problems of the people we care about.Continue...

What the Five Love Languages mean

I think we can all agree there are no hard and fast rules when it comes to love.Continue...

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