the changing politics of your 'close friends' on instagram
A safe space for fuck ups or an emotional crutch? Here's how the feature got complicated.
do our post-breakup coping techniques actually help?
Throwing ourselves into exercise, sex, astrology and our jobs may seem like the best course of action, but some say they can do more harm than good.
are all celebrity romances fake? exploring the "showmance" theory
Type “Shawn Mendes Camila Cabello” into Twitter, and all anybody seems to cry is “fake news”.
how do you tell the difference between gaslighting and just being a dick?
A look at the complicated grey area between the two.
25% of millennials don't have a single friend
New research suggests millennials are the loneliest generation.
the real love islands: finding romance in a hopeless place
It’s tough looking for love when hook-ups spread like wildfire and Grindr matches are separated by seas.
unpacking youtube's obsession with ‘swirl couples’
As loved as they are hated, YouTube channels focusing on interracial relationships are so notorious they have reached meme status.
this photographer made a series from the perspective of all her exes
For her photobook 'Älskling' Jenny Rova reconnected with nine ex-lovers for 55 portraits from their viewpoint.
what is autosexuality?
Exploring the idea of being in love, sexually and romantically, with yourself.
what is relationship anarchy and should I explore it?
Monogamy not working? Maybe you need to try relationship anarchy.
why we can all do better with ghosting
Do we need to accept it as part of dating now, or does something need to change?
stacy martin stars in daniel blumberg's vulnerable new video
Recorded at a Paris hotel in one take, 'Family' is a delicate ode to the complexities of love and heartbreak.