What happens when your relationship is ~chill~, except that your partner is insecure about your #trueslut identity? By Karley Sciortino.
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?
Are serial romantic relationships necessary for a happy and complete life? Can we rethink the phrase “dying alone”? Amanda Lang investigates.
There’s something about the sound of skateboard wheels on concrete and the emotionally inept men-boys who ride them that makes straight girls go wild. Annie Fell talks to the woman behind the hilarious meme account @tinyhat_skatelife about toxic masculinity, the skate culture renaissance, and the strange appeal of sk8ter boys.
Most people believe that attempting a long-distance relationship is crazy. And they have a point. But is it possible to defy all odds and make it work? And if so, HOW? My new Breathless for Vogue is about long distance relationships. Read it HERE :)
The institution of marriage is in crisis. The new documentary calls on slutty icons like Esther Perel, Christopher Ryan, and Dan Savage to speak on the contemporary state of marriage, love, and sexuality. Lizzi Sandell weighs in on the film—as well as on the commitment of her own new marriage.
Often, in a relationship, we risk losing ‘I’ and becoming ‘we,’ as we adopt each other’s behaviors. But what happens when you look like you could be your parter’s twin? Tatum Dooley writes from experience.
I’m starting to realize how different—and freakish—being single feels in your 30s. Read my latest Breathless for Vogue HERE :)
After a break-up, should we give ourselves a break for being desperate, drunk and delusional? In other words, are rebounds chill or nah? Read my latest Breathless column for Vogue magazine HERE :) – Karley Sciortino
When you’re in a couple, you go from being a whole thing to becoming half of something—tragic, no? But there’s a difference between being in a relationship and being A Couple. I attempt to break it down. By Karley Sciortino.