There’s a widespread belief that happy couples don’t fight. So, if your relationship is prone to conflict, does that mean you’re fucked up?! My latest Breathless column for Vogue magazine is about fighting. Read it here :)
It’s a highly debated question. Is it three months? Three weeks? If the goal is to be both honest and sane, when should you drop the L word? Read my latest Breathless column for Vogue here :) – Karley Sciortino
What happens when your relationship is ~chill~, except that your partner is insecure about your #trueslut identity? By Karley Sciortino.
An effective pop song should make you feel the same as developing a new crush. Annie Fell muses about the beauty and terror of having a crush, and the band that taught her how to embrace it.
Dear Slutever: I’ve done the whole fuck buddies thing, I’ve had casual hookups, I’ve tried celibacy. But all along I’ve wanted a serious, monogamous relationship and I’ve settled for these other things because I couldn’t get what I really wanted. But not one guy I’ve liked has ever stuck around past a few dates. What am I doing wrong?
An emergency kit for anyone going through a breakup, from comically tragic essays on heartbreak, to an incredible This American life on breakups, and how they turn you into a walking cliche of feelings. By Karley Sciortino.
There is no doubt about the appeal of so-called “bad boys” and “bad girls” – and it goes deeper than black leather jacket aesthetics. Amanda Lang discusses her personal foray into the world of bad boys and girls. A bisexual Odyssey, if you will.
Losing your V-card is never entirely uncomplicated, and it rarely turns out as planned. Read my latest Breathless column for Vogue here :)
You know, like, if you want to. Sophia Larigakis examines five books that present love, sex, and relationships in ways that deviate from the straight, saccharine, vanilla norm.
Everyone’s “coming out story” is different – and they always have more to do with self-acceptance than telling others about yourself. Amanda Lang recounts how she came to stop worrying and love her sexual fluidity.