"I want men to feel supported in their exploration -- a support that our culture often denies them."
If you're a millennial who is currently single, or if you've been single at some point in the last few years, there's a good chance you've dabbled with Tinder. Or Bumble. Hinge. Happn. JSwipe. OkCupid. Plenty of Fish. Farmers Only? Alright, I'll stop there.
This week, British public health officials set off a flurry of headlines after blaming the rising rates of syphilis and gonorrhea
If you're interested in cuddling with a stranger, there's now an app for that. Think Tinder, but without any expectations
"Don’t forget to talk to your child about the dangers of apps like [Tinder]. New ones are popping up every day, so it’s nearly
This exaltation of all things manly forces those of us who don't necessarily fit within those rigid gender constructs to make one of two choices: rebel or conform. I've tried both and I can say from experience -- it takes a real man to be a queen.
While the translations may not be completely perfect (Towleroad notes some aren't totally spot on) the "Gay Slang Dictionary
Hordes of gay and bi-curious men scan the city with mobile apps in the ever-appealing quest for a date, a hookup, or a husband. That's hardly news, but what are the most fruitful and time-efficient neighborhoods?
One of the things I love most about our digital, global age is the ability to connect with people around the world so easily. If you don't use social apps as a sexual hookup tool but a genuine place to make new friends, you can meet the most interesting people!