One of the best things you can to save yourself some heartache — and some time— is spot potentially toxic romantic relationships and people who are bad for you quickly.
Often the first year of a relationship can be especially tricky for arguments because you might not feel so secure with the relationship yet.
STIs aren't easy to talk about — but they should be. Few conditions are so prevalent and yet so taboo.
If you don't think that your latest herpes screening is a great topic for brunch (though I definitely do), at the very least it's important to be talking about STIs with your sexual partners.
For those of you love watching porn, but still wonder about the effect porn has— especially toward views of women— there is some seriously good news.
Think about that: SIX TO 12 MONTHS OF WALKING OVER AND PRETENDING TO ADMIRE THINGS OUT THE WINDOW SO YOU CAN FART. That's insane.
How many little white lies do you tell to your partner? Is it OK to lie in certain circumstances? It's explosive stuff.
I know it's not the most romantic thing in the world, when you're in post-sex glow to have to stop immediately and go pee. Not romantic or glamorous — but it's important.
It's hard to keep your head on straight, and even harder to figure out what you can do to make your relationship better.
If the silly, messy, gross, awkward, and accidental of parts sex are also kinda the best — it's what makes it intimate and vulnerable in the best way — what's actually not OK during sex?