'Vanity Fair' Doesn’t Understand What's Going on With Dating or Tinder
Economic forces, rather than technological ones, are changing the way young people pursue relationships.
Dispatches From the Russian River: Pioneers and Profiteers
Like the '49ers before them, modern-day techies arrive with a dream and feel as if they deserve to realize it.
The League Perpetuates the Same Privilege That Society Does
Don't hate the app, hate the game.
Does Sleeping With a Guy Make Him Less Likely to Call Back?
There is a simple reason that it might seem like it does, even if it doesn’t.
Online Dating Shows Us the Cold, Hard Facts About Race in America
People can say whatever they want, but when the selection criteria for partners are formalized through profiles and response decisions, we can no longer hide from ourselves.
Online Dating Is Making the Country More Politically Polarized
People who use dating sites are choosing matches based on criteria that are highly correlated with political preferences, and social scientists fear that will go a long way toward making us less tolerant citizens.
The End of Relationships Between College Professors and Students?
How did we come to decide that relationships between professors and students are almost always wrong?
The Shocking Level of Dating Violence Among Teens and Adolescents
Kids who bully other kids are much more likely to abuse their partners as teens.
Is Online Dating Really the Future of Marriage Matchmaking?
A new study suggests that if you're genuinely interested in defending marriage, traditional or otherwise, then start an online dating service.
The Mating Advantage of Male Musicians: Women Find Guitars Sexy
Studies from two countries suggest women are more attracted to a man if he’s holding a guitar.
An App to Help Icelanders Stop Sleeping With Their Relatives
The country so small everyone is related to everyone else.