'osmosis' is the dystopian dating drama that's more than just a french 'black mirror'
The comparisons with Charlie Brooker’s anthology were inevitable, but Netflix’s latest French-language venture has plenty new to offer.
could grindr be a national security threat?
The U.S. government seems to think so.
a guide to which dating app is the best for you
Which one to download if you have your shit together? Which one to download if you want fill the void in your life with meaningless swiping? Plus more info.
what effect are porn and dating apps having on our love lives?
Writer Megan Nolan weighs in her own experiences.
what dating is like when you're disabled
We spoke to students, models, artists and activists about their love lives.
a guide to sliding into people's dms without being a creep
Including a handy checklist.
what dating is like when you live in the countryside
"You’d hardly ever get signal to use Tinder where I’m from, and will almost definitely match with a neighbour if you do."
why doesn't facebook want me to have a casual hookup?
Zuckerboi has stressed that Facebook's new dating app, which is still in the late development stages, will aim to facilitate “real long-term relationships -- not just hook-ups”.
there is maybe going to be a dating app exclusively for kanye fans
We have some thoughts on other dating apps we’d prefer.
future sex, the pioneering new book about finding love in the time of tinder
Emily Witt provides a refreshingly real first-person account of what it means to be single and sexually curious in 2016 — with forays into internet dating, pagan polyamory, and orgasmic meditation.
the death of spontaneity in the gay community
Are apps like Grindr commodifying sex into something transactional and destroying the thrill of instinct that physical queer spaces thrive off?
why does tinder always give australians exclusive new features?
Early access to the super-like: just one reason Australia truly is the lucky country.
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