I am a heterosexual woman looking for a relationship with someone I am attracted to, has a sense of humor, and isn’t a serial killer or too depressive. Someone that hopefully doesn’t have children, lives within…three hours of me, doesn’t think that monogamy “just isn’t natural,” and wants to date me, maybe even forever. That’s basically all I am looking for.
We’re now living in an age where online dating is no longer taboo, which means more people are going online to pursue finding a romantic partner than ever before. I've met almost all of my dating partners through the Internet, and through the courting process, profile creation, and setting up of the first IRL date, I’ve learned a lot about how to date online.
Fascist Facebook, "Jailhouse Feminism," the darkness of depression, and some good ol' fashioned raw-dog sex in a rented Airbnb. Huzzah!
I go to the bathroom, stare at myself in the mirror, and lament the fact that I'm an hour closer to death and I've spent it with a grade-A shithead.
I go on lots of first dates with the help of OkCupid and Tinder, but I can’t seem to get a guy to want to take me on a second date. What gives?
Curious what 2015 will hold for your not-so-scintillating sex life? Behold! The GPS-fueled sex app Mixxxer.
It'd be nice if people didn't care about looks when selecting a partner. But that's not the way the human psyche works.
"The Grade" gives report cards to online daters. As a tool for better dates, does it pass or fail?
Okay, seriously, the Beast is creepy. And Aladdin is a liar. And that's just for starters.
Ten years after the end of 'Sex and the City,' we can't help but wonder . . . what if Carrie Bradshaw did online dating?