If Your Relationship Feels Boring, That Doesn’t Mean It’s Not Working

There’s one not-so-sexy fact about relationships that no one seems to talk about: eventually, it’s…

“Who wears the pants?” Breaking gender roles in same-sex relationships

The embodiment of gender roles in same-sex couples can be traced back to the age-old idea that a relationship should be between a man and a woman. But in a world where words like “man” and “woman” are giving way to fluidity, how does this polarization of what’s expected from certain genders extend to our relationships?

Dating inside the closet. Is love an open door?

So, are you dating inside the closet? Has your partner not come out yet? Maybe…

Getting Married During a Pandemic: we tied the knot ourselves

My husband and I decided to tie the knot in August of 2020, when group…

Bridging a Cultural Distance

Because my now husband is German and I am American, we met at a cultural…

I came out 10 years ago. What challenges will we face in the next 10?

In 2011, Harry Potter defeated the Dark Lord, Rebecca Black released “Friday” and for some…

My mom started online dating, and she doesn’t know how to text

Flirting over text with your potential online matches When my mom asked me to help…

Radical Honesty: our recipe for a happier relationship

There’s no doubt that a couple that is honest about their sexuality often has a…

Looking for Queer Joy in an Unfriendly Space

This story feels hardly unique among queer people who have had to make their way in unfriendly spaces. My college roommate and I attended a homophobic Christian institution, that would really rather us not be there.

Sometimes I Miss My Pre-Pandemic Relationship

My boyfriend and I made a decision that led to us moving in permanently after…