Dan Savage has been dishing out sex and love advice for 30 years. Some questions still surprise him.
What's still controversial after all these years? Comprehensive sex education.
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It’s not just you. We’re all socially awkward now.
As our social lives restart, many of us are rusty, tongue-tied, rambling or insecure — and we don't know what to do with our hands.
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Co-workers are still hooking up, office or not
Remote work has brought some colleagues closer together.
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Dating is tough. Could dressing up as a praying mantis help?
"Sexy Beasts," Netflix’s newest reality dating show, unleashes singles' animal instincts.
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How has the pandemic changed dating? Here are 7 tips for getting back out there.
Be upfront with your date and take things slowly.
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Republicans have more friends across the political divide than Democrats, study finds
Twenty-two percent of Americans have ended a friendship over a mismatch in support for former president Donald Trump.
Lisa Bonos
Kyle is transgender. It took 30 years and a pandemic for them to realize it.
The huge disruption to the outside world prompted many people to look inward and examine who they really are.
Lisa Bonos
Secrets from the ‘Bachelor’ franchise are spilling out, and they could change the show’s future
Rachel Lindsay's cover story for New York Magazine detailed what it was really like behind the scenes as the show's first Black lead.
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Tayshia Adams and Kaitlyn Bristowe explain how to mentor a Bachelorette
Said Kaitlyn Bristowe of her role as "Bachelorette" co-host: "We were a shoulder to cry on, we were there to laugh. We’re there to keep extra eyes on some of the guys."
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Chris Harrison exits ‘The Bachelor’ after 19 years as host
Harrison had been on a temporary break from hosting since his controversial defense of contestant Rachael Kirkconnell.
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‘Bachelorette’ premiere: As host Chris Harrison steps aside, Tayshia Adams and Kaitlyn Bristowe are already fan favorites
The former Bachelorettes are naturals as co-hosts for Katie Thurston's season.
Lisa Bonos
Tiffany’s created an engagement ring for men. And some guys are into it.
Tiffany & Co. has been selling the women’s solitaire diamond engagement ring since 1886. It only took 135 years for men to get their own version.
Lisa Bonos
If Bill and Melinda Gates can’t make a marriage work, what hope is there for the rest of us?
Why we're fascinated when billionaires split up.
Lisa Bonos
Colton Underwood, former star of ‘The Bachelor,’ comes out as gay
Underwood, who starred on “The Bachelor” in 2019, made his announcement during an interview with Robin Roberts on “Good Morning America” Wednesday morning.
Emily Yahr and Lisa Bonos
She was hired as a bridesmaid 125 times. Finally, she had her own wedding.
“This pandemic showed people: You can’t plan. If you’re waiting and waiting and waiting for the world to give you the okay, you’re going to be wasting a lot of your life.”
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We’re doing shots! Vaccinated or not, America wants to party again.
“I’m not even sure I remember how to flirt with strangers.”
Lisa Bonos
They laughed, they cried, they killed monsters: How friendships thrived in video games during the pandemic
How video game friendships have helped people get through a year of isolation and loneliness.
Heather Kelly
In an emotional finale, Bachelor Matt James breaks up with the winner over racially insensitive social media posts
After weeks of rumors, a controversial “Bachelor” season ends with a breakup — and two Bachelorettes.
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Who is Emmanuel Acho, host of the Bachelor’s ‘After the Final Rose’?
Acho, a former NFL linebacker, is the author of “Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man.”
Lisa Bonos
How Rachel Lindsay is pushing ‘The Bachelor’ to reckon with its racial issues
Lindsay, a former Bachelorette, has become especially influential during a controversial season.
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