It's generally thought that women are complete romantics, but is that true? We bust that myth, and nine more, with stats and research on what women really think about dating.
It's generally thought that men are more driven by sex than by love. But is that true? We bust that myth, and nine more, with stats and research on what men really think about dating.
So he wants a fishing weekend away with mates…..or she wants to indulge at the vineyard with girlfriends...what's the first thing they need? A leave pass.
This week’s SBS 'Insight' program is on virginity in Australia; who’s holding onto it, who can’t wait to get rid of it, and who’s trying to hide the fact that they do (or don’t) have it any more.
DOG SOCIETY is a smart new social media site that helps dog owners get together, get active in their communities, make new friends, support local animal charities and learn more about caring for four legged friends. And it just might lead to love…
Karen Rose is no child-bride. But at 27, most of her single friends seem incredulous that she's already “settled down”. And with that comes an assumption that she's somehow missing out - on what, exactly?
Miranda Devine recently wrote an article on today's youth and the destructiveness of ‘causal hook-ups'. Kait O'Callahan responds to the piece, arguing that Devine has clearly forgotten those hedonistic years when friends and fashion were the most important things in life.
Aneeka Simonis explores the idea of romantic compatibility achieved through the fated alignment of time, chance and personal receptivity as compared to the idea of perfect soul mates.
Moving house is never easy. Anyone who has moved once or one hundred times will tell you that moving house is one of those god awful things you never actually speak of but realise it has to occur at some time in your life. Somewhat like childbirth, Sarah Kempson imagines – painful, but worth it...
Sarah Kempson has discovered that no movie you will ever see will help whatsoever when it comes to the real thing. Everyone’s story is different and every person unique – there is no rulebook, instruction manual or guide. When it’s meant to be, it’s meant to be.
It occurred to Sarah Kempson recently that each of you has probably been sitting on the edge of your seat for the past weeks, just waiting to hear what happened at the end of her Five in Five dating experiment. Did she find her happy ever after?