Get in loser, we’re having car sex. It’s road trip season – and that means when you get the itch, you might not be home in time to scratch it… Or maybe you live at home with the ‘rents and the only place you can create networking opportunities is in the back of your 1998 …
Australian singles have been doing it tough during lockdown. We’ve heard all about the struggles of walking dates (which allegedly make what might otherwise be star crossed lovers ‘friendzone’ each other) and the toughness of being alone in a room, with no one to see, pouring your heart and soul into sourdough tutorials.
Summer’s here, it’s getting hotter so we’re talking about getting hot in the great outdoors, and how to not get in trouble doing it.
For all our pretences, we’re all just ‘monkeys in shoes’.
When it comes to modern dating culture, we still find ourselves being held back by our worst instincts: whether that’s making foolish assumptions on social media or not extending the courtesy of ordering someone an Uber after a one-night stand, we’re our own worst enemies. More to the point, we’re often guilty of hurting people’s feelings when we should really know better, as this news.com.au story relates.
Are Blue Balls Real? Heidi discusses blue balls on Triple J Radio. Plus how to deal if someone’s trying to guilt you into sex.
Heidi discusses blue balls on Triple J Radio. Plus how to deal if someone’s trying to guilt you into sex.
Deciding to move in together can be a pretty huge step for your relationship, so what do you need to know before you do it?
2020 has been an awful year so far, particularly for single people. Online dating services are bloody loving it however, with more and more people turning to dating apps
through necessity in order to have a chance of love in the time of lockdown.
As we’ve said on several previous occasions, the lockdown we’re all currently succumbing to is having a huge effect on relationships, both those already formed and those that have yet to flourish. Without the ability to head out on the town to try and pull, the single ones among us have resorted to spending more time on apps in the hope that we’re one swipe away from meeting Mr or Mrs Right.
The global pandemic has had a dramatic effect on relationships, and one that we won’t see again for a (hopefully) very long time. We’re talking about all relationships with that sentence too, as couples will now be finding themselves spending several hours more each day with their significant other, a situation which can occasionally lead to stress and arguments.
They say absence makes the heart grow fonder. So what happens when you and your partner are imprisoned in your home together, with no clear of when you’ll be able to head back out into the wider world and resurrect your regular routines?