But if you live together and want to build a life together, it comes up—in part because, on a basic level, you’re going to need to figure out how to split the bills with your partner.
Demisexuality may not be a word you've heard of before, but a lot of people, as soon as they understand it, burst out with “That’s so me!”
Pegging is so hot right now. I know, that doesn't really sound like a real sentence, but it’s true.
If you've had a difficult or traumatic relationship in the past, or even just a bad breakup, it's easy to carry issues from one relationship into the next.
But there is one republican and democratic divide that I didn't see coming. Turns out, republicans are having more sex than democrats — and that's not the only difference happening in the bedroom.
The great thing about this quiz is, you'll only know the things you and your partner both want to try.
If you realize your past relationship issues are affecting the way you view your current relationship, don't feel bad — just commit to getting over the issues so you can have a happier, healthier relationship.
But sometimes — when feelings and tensions are running high — it can be difficult to tell if a mistake is just a little trip up or if it has more significance for your relationship.
It turns out, people watch porn at work. Not the majority of people, sure, but still way more than I would have expected.
People who I never expected to want a non-traditional relationship are now talking about opening up their relationship or being monogamish.