[R1] Looking for love in all the modern places.
[R2] When it comes to premarital cohabitation, the lower classes have the most to gain in saved rent and also pay the highest costs, while the well off can afford not to and we end up having to debate whether there is any cost all.
[R3] I don’t know whether it’s despite the fact I did the matchmaking sites thing or because I did that, but I have an appreciation for the more organic internet love stories in this article. (I read my future wife’s music lyric site before I met her, my future wife read my blog.)
[R4] This is an important life lesson that most people miss. Preferences are fine, but you have to figure out which ones really matter. I was terrible about this, either holding on to preferences that didn’t matter or throwing caution to the wind with ones that really did.
[R5] I’m genuinely pleased that the conversation around #MeToo is moving us to a place where we can talk a lot more freely about that area in between sex that is rape and sex that ought to be socially acceptable, without relying on marriage as a key distinction.
[R6] I don’t disagree with Holly Scheer here, no matter how much her set-up tries to set me up to. Past a certain age, anyway, after a couple years you need to start asking yourself why you haven’t moved forward and you need to be reasonably satisfied by the end of the third year or so.
[R7] Jordan Ecarma says that the solution to our ethics problem is in Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
[R8] Nicholas Wolfinger looks at sex in red and blue states.