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Did Saturdays even exist before the Blind date column? Not as far as I’m concerned.
In times of need, some reach for a bar of chocolate or take up residence at the bottom of a large vodka tonic. But the beauty-conscious are increasingly turning to face-shaped bits of fabric soaked in “serum” – or, as they are commonly known, sheet masks.
Thanks to social media, phones and just plain old human recklessness, The Guyliner investigates the smaller ways we might not be being faithful to our partners.
Moving in together might feel like the biggest of achievements, but making sure you don't throttle each other once you've done it is the real mark of a couple.
They say the definition of madness is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result every time, but if there’s one way we seem to be only too happy to repeat previous mistakes, it’s in relationships.
If there’s one thing I can tell you about with great authority, as a gay man who took his sweet time coming out, it’s having crushes on men who – for the most part – were blissfully unaware of it.
Gender is a construct, tear it apart, yet here we are in 2019 exploding balloons full of blue or pink confetti as if a child’s sex is any indication of who they will be.