Love and Sex
Love and Sex How Do You Handle an Office Romance in the Post-MeToo World?
Like most women who have dealt with creeps at the workplace, I cheered when the #MeToo movement gathered momentum. But what I didn’t see coming, is the collateral damage. Falling for your colleagues is inevitable, but do we now dare to love at work?Add to list
Love and Sex You Are My Fire: Do We Really Need “the Spark” to Make Love Last?
Like everyone else, I grew up watching films, reading books, and listening to stories that eulogised the “spark”, the firsts of love. “First meeting”, “first eye-contact”, “first kiss” and so on. How often to we give up on relationships because the elusive spark seems to be missing?Add to list
Love and Sex Heartbreak from Hell: When Your Boyfriend Cheats on You… with Your Best Friend
When your boyfriend cheats on you, you feel humiliated and worthless. But when a best friend cheats on you, it knocks the wind out of you. No one makes a friend thinking that they might some day jump into bed with your partner, knowing better than almost anyone else, what that betrayal would do to you.Add to list
Love and Sex To All the “Misunderstood” Dev.Ds We’ve Loved Before
Dear Dev.Ds, we fell for you; we wanted to be the ones who changed you. We wanted to make your darkness evaporate. But we should have known better. You were never going to change, and we would end up losing ourselves.Add to list
Love and Sex Hi Boys, I am a Woman’s Orgasm. Here’s How You Find Me
There is so much information out there on the female orgasm, it’s overwhelming. Still three-quarters of the world’s women seem to be somehow stranded on an orgasmless island. Men, it’s time for you to start taking notes...Add to list
Love and Sex How Do You Grieve the End of a Relationship That Has No Name on Paper?
I’m experiencing the end of a glorious relationship that existed outside the bounds of marriage. Over the last few weeks, I’ve heard every variation of the “get some action” line of advice. Why do we treat relationships that don’t have a clearly defined, recognisable name like they were somehow inferior?Add to list
Love and Sex Dating Resolutions: How Not to Suck at Romance in 2019
For 2019, the year of years, the best year ever until the end of this year, let us resolve not to suck at dating. This year, change how you meet people.Add to list
Love and Sex Thank You, Next: I’ll Pick the Beauty of Everyday Affections Over Grand Romantic Gestures
Small affections – knowing how much sugar your partner likes in their coffee, reaching out for their hand instinctively during a Netflix binge – mould companionship. The beauty of these intimacies are that they don’t announce themselves to the world but demand a keen familiarity.Add to list
Love and Sex Everyday I’m Cuddlin’: The Secret to a Healthy Relationship is Lying in Your Partner’s Arms
No condom can prevent you from catching feels. And despite our Tinder generation’s collective aversion to long term-romances, most of us are still just looking for a pair of non-judgey arms to fall asleep in.Add to list
Love and Sex The Politics of Love: How I Date a Modi Supporter as a Good Little Liberal
A few months into a new relationship, I discovered the man I am dating is a Modi supporter. And I’m the textbook definition of a liberal. How were we going to make this work?Add to list