Our writer on why we must stop seeing persistence and coercion as seduction techniques.
Scoff away as much as you wish, but the conversations about gender and sexuality being shown on our #CBB screens are more nuanced and mature than in the pages of our national papers.
There’s nothing worse than some joyless moaner spoiling your fun and telling you what you shouldn’t post on social media, but you don’t have to be that annoying couple everyone hates. The Guyliner explains how to tread that fine line.
When it comes to sharing confidences and keeping in touch, we’re all WhatsApping. The preposterously named app, which sounds like an unwelcome thumbs-up across the dance floor, has become the preferred method of communication for 1.2 billion of us – leaving emails, texts and face-to-face conversation in the dust.
According to reports, they could be available to buy as early as this year, but there’s no need to fear this robotic Romeo – he might actually do you a favour in the long run.
Like an aged political system or a tired old regime, Celebrity Big Brother has seen golden ages and great depressions, weathered huge scandals and suffered interminable lulls, but it keeps coming back.
The trouble with “New Year, new you” is, well, you’re still you, only a little more miserable because you spent January on detox. The key to a successful New Year’s resolution is making it a) worth the bother and b) achievable.
Heterosexual dudes might think they’ve nothing to learn about having sex with women, but they couldn't be more wrong.