There are lots of studies and facts on how being in a relationship makes you healthier, happier. Now let’s throw single people a bone.
Why isn’t anyone investing millions of dollars in developing a mass-market drug to decrease male desire — an anti-Viagra? And why do I sort of wish someone would?
Why say “single” like it’s a bad thing? One of the great perks of being unattached is the free time — time that can be spent catching up on all the great reading you’ve been meaning to do for the last 5 years.
And as long as it’s light out, you don’t really have to get to bed/finish up some work/do your laundry/stop drinking in order to make it to the gym in the morning.
Last week, we published our picks for the top break-up anthems of all time. Now, here’s a playlist for when you’re over your heartbreak and ready to enjoy the single life. (Cause independence? It’s actually pretty sweet.)
In this week’s “Call Your Boyfriend” column, Ryan O’Connell tackles the delicate line between just “hanging out” and actually being on a date. Related dilemma: he asks you out on a date, then happens to mention that he has a girlfriend.
In this week’s “Call Your Boyfriend” column, Ryan O’Connell tackles questions about sex on the first date and handling going out while single. Have a question? Ask away!
We interrupted jewelry designer Abbi Stern at her studio in the industrial Brooklyn neighborhood of Gowanus, where she makes most of her pieces by hand, to talk about why it’s great to date her and her (apparently very laid-back) ilk.
There’s plenty of dating to be done on every other day of the year, glittery hearts not required.
Over a lifetime, unmarried women can pay as much as a million dollars more than their married counterparts for healthcare, taxes, and more.