‘I think a woman should be wooed and chased, but maybe I’m old-fashioned for thinking that. It’s very difficult to do that if there are certain rules in place.’
Mary Katharine Ham talks to the Washington Post’s dating and relationship columnist Lisa Bonos about when dating gets political and digital.
Author Mona Charen joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss her new book on how feminism fails women at home, the workplace, and relationships.
Evangelical Aimee Byrd is promoting intimate friendships between opposite-sex Christians as a way to bond spiritually while modeling that men and women can be close without bad behavior.
On this episode of Federalist Radio Hour, Bre Payton and Ashe Schow discuss issues like dating, sexual assault, the gender wage gap, and feminism.
In a world of options and instant gratification, shy girls don’t stand a chance.
Valentine’s Day shouldn’t just serve as a time to celebrate romance. It should also celebrate the search for romance.
Millennials like me love to complain about how much easier dating must have been for our parents and grandparents. But this film shows that finding love wasn’t exactly easy back then, either.
Mary Katharine Ham and Inez Stepman discuss the current culture surrounding sex and dating and why it often hurts women instead of empowering them.
This is the latest from the #MeToo movement: women who freely enter into consensual relations with a man, or even contract, can apparently later revoke consent.
Women need to stop dating men who spend years keeping them waiting with the suggestion that they might someday be ready to start a life together.
In a world where sexual harassment and hook-ups are the norm, Taylor Swift’s new album shows millennial women can still hold high standards about relationships. The old Taylor is not dead and neither are we.
OkCupid will let users indicate their support for abortion. This type of assortative mating is one factor that allowed for the rise of a candidate like Donald Trump.
Matchmaking systems work in a variety of ways, but they have myriad advantages over our often disgusting and ineffective modern dating culture.
Purity Culture is a lazy, convenience-based solution to a complex spiritual problem, one that has cost many their mental, physical, and spiritual wellbeing.
In season two of ‘Master of None,’ Aziz Ansari’s character uses a line to get the attention of women in a Tinder-like dating app. Here’s what happened when I tried it in real life.
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