For new couples, celebrating Valentine’s Day can be exciting. For more seasoned couples, however, it can sometimes feel like the celebrations have become a little stale – perhaps even downright boring and predictable.
With freezing AF temperatures outside—hello, bomb cyclone—you might be scrolling through dating apps like Tinder and Bumble to find someone new to warm up with, or maybe just reaching out to that cutie you dated last year.
Now more than ever people are integrating technology into their sex and love lives and it’s changing the way the dating game is played, a new report by the Kinsey Institute and ovulation tracker app Clue says.
While some men and women have no problem settling down – and even relish in the idea of committing to one partner for the rest of their lives – others shudder at the mere mention of the terrifying c-word.
Ahead of Sunday’s presidential election in France, Emmanuel Macron, the centrist front runner, is breaking the mould in his home country. Namely, he’s thrusting his wife, Brigitte Trogneux, into the spotlight.
There are a lot benefits to having sex — physical, emotional and otherwise — but a new study has found that American couples are spending less and less time between the sheets than they did a decade ago. What gives?