Millennials may be proving that coming to marriage later, with less rigid roles, is enabling the sort of marriages that Boomers idealized—and too often failed to create.
In Duped, Abby Ellin explores what people need from each other, and the lies and suspensions of disbelief that sometimes help them get it.
Cuba has shown a commitment to LGBT rights over the last two decades, but some fear it is being used a distraction from the suppression of other human rights.
Both punk bands and student groups produce more innovative work if they contain a mix of married and single people.
Extramarital sex has increased greatly for Americans in their 50s and 60s.
LGBTQ acceptance is slowly growing in Baptist communities. But when Ro Sibaja wanted to marry his girlfriend, he learned that the path to acceptance isn’t always linear.INLINE
Economic forces, rather than technological ones, are changing the way young people pursue relationships.
The Supreme Court's landmark decision on same-sex marriage has put the issue of love and contracts front and center, and for legal scholars like Martha Ertman—author of the book Love's Promises: How Formal and Informal Contracts Shape All Kinds of Families—it's about time.
A New Jersey jury just struck a blow against the dangerous way too many Americans think about homosexuality.
Wednesday Martin channels Jane Goodall as she attempts to gain access to a very select group.