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LIFE

 |  5-minute read
Dating, Marriage, Relationship, Divorce

The 10-Year Itch: Why men suddenly have to break their decade-old marriage. Surprisingly, it's less painful than what we thought

All mobility gives confidence. And men need that. And it's all about them. And no. It's not your fault.

VARIETY

 |  4-minute read
Gender minorities, Dating, Transgender, Tinder

Beyond vanilla 'sex': Tinder introduces 23 genders to choose from

The move will generate more conversation about different identities, creating more awareness, and hopefully, more acceptance of these.

LIFE

 |  6-minute read
Dating, Tinder

Using technology to find romance, sex or desire is not lazy

With over 160 million smartphone users, India is one of the largest and most exciting markets in the world for apps like Tinder.

LIFE

 |  Miscellany  |  4-minute read
Relationships, Tinder, Dating

Hook-ups are easy today, love is not

The culture brought about by online apps can be poisonous for someone looking to settle down.

HUMOUR

 |  4-minute read
Hook-Ups, Relationships, Dating, Tinder

How Tinder helped me learn new languages in my travels

It is only a woman that can make a man give up on his laziness. And I was no different.

VARIETY

 |  3-minute read
Dating, Women, Reddit

Redditors explain how Indian men should ask women out

This thread is weirdly informative and can work as a lifeline for our utterly clueless male entities.

LIFE

 |  3-minute read
Dating, Hollywood, Taylor Swift

Why Tom Hiddleston-Taylor Swift dating affects us all

This is no run-of-the-mill relationship.

HUMOUR

 |  5-minute read
Love, Love life, Dating, Friendzone

How not be in the friendzone: My dating tips

We know you have been there, we all have been.

LIFE

 |  4-minute read
Love, Dating, Relationships, Break-up

How I survived a break-up and what you must never do

Two words: Relinquishing control.

LIFE

 |  3-minute read
Marriage, Relationships, Dating

4 ways technology can ruin relationships

The initial lovey-dovey stage, slowly but steadily, starts fading away.