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Will the Recession Rock Marriage?

Marriages declined significantly during both the Great Depression and the Great Recession.
The New + the Next

Dating Apps Finally Target This Ignored Community of 70 Million

These apps are aimed squarely at the romantic aspirations of the autistic community.
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How Much You Hate Your Ex Might Depend On Your Gender

Women hold harsher feelings toward their exes than men — but a history of unfair treatment might be to blame for that.
The New + the Next

The Science of Dating

Everything is a science, even love.

The Carlos Watson Show

The Carlos Watson Show brings bold, impactful conversations with culture-defining celebrities, intellectual pioneers and changemakers, spotlighting the voices you need to hear to make sense of this important time in American history.
The New + the Next

91M People Tap This Dating App of Destiny

The pandemic is forcing Didier Rappaport's romantic dating app to explore new paths.
The New + the Next

Looking for Love? Blockchain to the Rescue

A wave of blockchain-based dating apps is promising to make finding love safer and more transparent.
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Why You Aren't Getting Dates Now That You're Vegan

In a nation so divided, how in the world can we bridge the dietary dating divide?.
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Why Your Tinder Profile Should Feature Your Favorite Brands

Brand preferences can affect our happiness in a relationship more than personality or religious beliefs.
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How to Keep Your Long-Term Relationship Hot

The answer might be really, really simple.

The Weekender

OZY Tribe members near and far provide delicious recommendations for your valuable weekend time.
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Want a Wife? Grow a Beard

Stubble for a fling, beards for the real thing.
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One Way to Tell If You're in Love

If all the guys and gals of the world are looking lame, you just might be in love with someone.

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