Behind the Blacklight: An Oral History of MTV's "Roomraiders"
Before social media squashed the concept of TMI, before the Great Recession flatlined the country and before everyone stopped going to the mall, weekdays at 4:30 belonged to the teens with blacklights.
Dreaming About Your Bae Affects How You Feel About Them
When you dream about your significant other cheating, do you wake up ready to fight?
More Netflix, Less Chill: Millenials Are Having Less Sex Than Gen Xers
A new study contradicts the widespread assumption that this generation is all about casual sex.
Study: Relationship Status Influences Which Faces We Find Sexy
Single people have strong preference for faces dissimilar to their own.
What Happens to Our Sleep in Various Stages of Love?
The relationship between rest and romance is a doozy.
Science Confirms It: We Look for Ourselves in Our Partners
In fact, the need to couple-up with tweaked versions of ourselves is so common, Wellesley College and Kansas University researchers have found, that it's practically a "psychological default."
Dating? Let Your Worst Qualities Shine
Forget “Netflix and chill.” The new euphemism for getting together to get it on should be “organize sweaters and worry.” That’s right — annoying personality traits such as neuroticism, obsessiveness, compulsiveness and impulsiveness are...