It’s a February at The Memo, which means just one thing, love is in the air.
Dating, relationships and yes, love. But we want to know what tech trends are transforming love in your life.
You might not admit it publicly, but you know what your kinks are.
That may simply be a little light spanking; or it could be being hung from the ceiling by your nipples.
We all know that a good book is one of the best ways to close the day — sleep expert Arianna Huffington swears by it.
I am a woman, and I happen to be trans. When I’ve done online dating, the box I usually tick is “woman”.
But my gender is not my sexuality, and my genitals do not define my gender. I know who I am attracted to, and who I am not…
Shallow, fake, fickle. Whatever you call it, the world of online dating can be cruel.
A search for love can live and die before a single message has even been sent. And too often there’s no…
Editor’s note — Warning, this post may be best read away from your office computer (NSFW).
Emoji may be universal, but that doesn’t mean they’re easy to understand. If you’re dating, you’ll know emoji are essential.
Love has evolved since 1769 when Debrett’s, the luxury lifestyle brand, began publishing its quintessentially British guidebooks on manners and etiquette.
Romantic love in Western societies is often portrayed in a stereotypical way: two yearning halves, who search for each other to find their complete, original state.
Online dating sites and apps are transforming relationships.
More than 10 percent of American adults — and almost 40 percent of people who identify as “single and looking” — are using them.
Deciding whether technology is “good” or “bad” can be like trying to decide the same thing about food. That is, it’s pretty obvious that it’s good in some ways and bad in others. But we need to be mindful of both as we tumble…