From the monthly archives:

January 2013

Amid all my grandstanding in my two-part post on false dating narratives (Part I is here and Part II is here), I left out some facts that are worth mentioning. So here they are: 1. As Inigo Montoya might say, I don’t think the word “hookup” means what people think it means. The massive college […]

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This is the follow-up to Part I of my post. Let’s address the third and oldest narrative being pushed on us by the dating-trend-du-jour articles and books out there: that men want casual sex, women want serious relationships, and that men are coercing women to get the former out of them. This is a narrative […]

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We seem to love us an apocalypse — even a fake one. There’s a good reason why the Mayans got way more publicity in 2012 than, say, the Aztecs. So it is with sex and relationships in America. My Twitter feed has been chock full of authors predicting the end times, whether it’s the end […]

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