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Concern about the age gap in a relationship nearly always comes down to fear of an imbalance of power. But, argues The Guyliner, age is far from the only factor in play
Maybe without realising, when seeking a partner we factor in what other people might think. We picture relatives’ waxen, horrified faces round the Christmas dinner table, glued to our new love’s eating habits. We ...
It's hard enough setting new, medical boundaries with friends and family: it's even harder when you're trying to ask a stranger to stand six feet away in the supermarket queue.
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It's 2020 and the DM slide is a powerful and ubiquitous tool for showing respect and attraction. But, as The Guyliner points out, there's plenty of room to come off like a predator.
As people begin to see each other within the confines of the coronavirus, it's clear not everyone has the same rules in place about how to interact. Here's how to talk to those close to you about what you need and want.
For some, lockdown proved the strength of their relationship; for others, it spelled the end. For those who spent it single, some might want to find the companion they missed, but this is a celebration of those who found solitude quite pleasant indeed.
After months of campaigns to keep us from the clutches of coronavirus, an unfortunate side-effect has come to the fore: we’re a little bit scared about what comes next.
A priest speaking out against the term “casual sex”, championing the cause of random hook-ups and no-strings flings, might sound unlikely. But this is no ordinary clergyman: I’m talking of course about actor Andrew Scott – now forever Fleabag's “Hot Priest”, whether he likes it or not.
Did Saturdays even exist before the Blind date column? Not as far as I’m concerned.
We could be two years away from seeing newly filmed love scenes on screen and we may be all the poorer for it. Don’t believe me? There are hundreds of examples of on-screen flashes of flesh enriching the plot – here are just a few.
Lockdown has been about the things we miss. Outrageous fantasies were replaced by day trips into the mundane: being stuck in traffic on a bus; wandering round a department store looking at crockery; McDonald’s breakfast.
Are you dealing with the quarantine quarrels? Here are some common ones to look out for and, if you can stop rowing long enough, what you can do to fix them.