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  • What is true love
    When some confuse love with monogamous sex, a can of worms is sure to be opened
    When you express the words, "I love you" to your husband, wife, boyfriend, girlfriend, or significant other, what does that REALLY mean?1) I want to spend as much time with you as humanly possible; I miss you terribly when we are apart...
  • CPK model of the Oxytocin molecule.
    Oxytocin found to keep men monogamous
    Chemists, psychologists, psychiatrists, and pharmacologists from the University of Bonn in Germany, the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China in Chengdu, China, and Ruhr University in Germany are the first to produce evidence...
  • How does college impact monogamous relationships?
    How does college impact monogamous relationships?
    College is supposed to be the best four years of your life. And as many new and returning students hit the sidewalks of college campuses across the country, many are thinking more about their relationship status than they are about their academics...
  • Overview of the marquee at the New York screening of 'Monogamy' at the IFC Center on March 7, 2011 in New York City.
    New study proves that infanticide is the evolutionary driver of monogamy
    Monogamy in primates and humans is the result of the need to prevent infanticide by unrelated males according to research presented in the July 29, 2013, issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences by researchers from University...
  • Is monogamy possible?
    Monogamy...reality or make-believe?
    For much of human history, monogamy has been the default setting for long-term love.- Hello? - Hi.I'm trying to get a hold of a Mr. Bowles, my friend said, “He used to be a friend of mine”. I realized I'd committed the cardinal...
  • Alert: Hormone may help protect monogamous relationships
    Alert: Hormone may help protect monogamous relationships (Video)
    Did you know, a hormone your body already produces could be the key to helping your relationship flourish and keep monogamous in marriage? That's the buzz just released from the Journal of Neuroscience.So what is this magic hormone? Oxytocyn...
  • You Can Be Right (or You Can Be Married): Looking for Love in the Age of Divorce
    Relationship Reads: Dana Adam Shapiro Puts It In Perspective
    Forever in a relationship/marriage seems almost impossible nowadays. People are breaking-up/separating/divorcing a lot more than staying together it seems. There isn't a secret. There isn't a formula. Sometimes it's all about the...
  • Feedback from Readers
    Female readers offer varied perspectives on casual sex and rejecting men
    Well, it's time again for another edition of my Feedback from My Readers. I usually feature an installment of responses from male and female readers of my column after every five-to-seven articles that I have published. You can read my...
  • How To: Take the Monotony out of Monogamy
    How To: Take the Monotony out of Monogamy
    In this first installment of Ms. Date Guru’s Relationship/Sex column, I will be discussing the factors that make relationships go stale and how to get the spark back. There is a natural progressionto relationships: First there is attraction,...
  • Sleeping with the Enemy
    The desire to be #1 and be treated special is what fuels our desire for monogamy
    Do you believe you were born with a natural desire to eat meat? If your answer is "yes," then you need to read this article by Author Kathy Freston from June 2009. Human beings do not have claws, nor do we have long, sharp teeth. We are...
  • Real Relationship
    Open relationship or false relationship
    One of the biggest controversial topics for gay couples is the subject of the “open relationship”. There are lots of gay men that don’t consider an open relationship to be a true relationship by the imposed implication of the...
  • Sex lessons
    Sex and the mistakes women make
    Over the ages, the attitudes towards sex have dramatically changed. Sex went from a taboo subject for one generation to an era of "free love" for the next. It's no wonder that sex can cause problems for men and women alike.With the...
  • Fashionable men and women
    Tramps, trollops and floozies
    What is monogamy? Social monogamy occurs when a pair cohabitates, to boil it down succinctly. Only three percent of mammals are socially monogamous, while ninety percent of birds fall into this category. However, this does not speak to sexual...
  • FISH mapping of ampliconic genes DAZ and CDY on Y chromosomes of gorilla.
    Genetic basis for mating behavior
    Researchers have identified and categorized the effect of two genes on the mating behavior of the majority of ape species that are not human in a report at the Public Library of Science web site on December 27, 2011.The researchers conclude that...
  • Unfaithful
    Do women have to be "in love" in order to experience great sex?
    [Note: Some of the content in this article represents one or more excerpts from Alan Roger Currie's latest paperback, Oooooh . . . Say it Again: Mastering the Fine Art of Verbal Seduction and Aural Sex]Many women would perceive the headline to...