Trying to find a partner when you’re single is one thing, but when you’re in a non-monogamous relationship and you’re looking for new connections, it can be difficult to know where to start. Where do you even begin looking for polyamorous partners? How do you start talking to someone about the fact that you’re already seeing someone? If you’re new to non-monogamy or just haven’t quite mastered it so far, keep these five dating tips in mind.
You might have a favorite outfit that you wear for special occasions. I have a look that I always default to when it comes to first dates. In fact, I’ve worn the same outfit on almost every first date of my adult life.
Since everyone has personal preferences, you can’t just assume what your partner wants during sex. These five tips will help you learn how to communicate directly with your partner as well as pick up on the subtle things they like in bed.
Breakups are some of the hardest things we experience in life. They’re painful and full of related stresses like financial instability, having to move, or potentially losing your best friend. Getting through a breakup is hard and may seem like a never-ending endeavor, but the pain will be manageable in time. Here’s some advice for surviving a breakup and dealing with a broken heart.
For this date night, you and you partner go into a superstore with a quest to buy each other a gift assortment under an agreed upon budget. What kinds of thoughtful, silly, or useful items can you find for them? No peeking until you’re home!
Everyone has a little fun fact about themselves. Some people can juggle or solve the Rubik’s cube. My talent is something I only share in front of a very specific audience: I can orgasm without any physical stimulation.
SF tells Jen all about the horrors of online dating–how to deal with catfishing, being stuck in a shy lesbian standoff, and fielding tackless piss play offers from strangers. How do we know you’re not really a serial killer?
When I started dating my transgender boyfriend almost two years ago, I had a lot of questions I wasn’t sure how to ask. Thankfully, my partner was very open and taught me a lot about what it means to love someone who is trans. If you are new to dating a transgender person, here are some guidelines to make it easier for you both.