[Re1] I’m not surprised about alcohol vs pot here, though a little about alcohol vs ecstasy. I guess it’s a product of selection. If you’re open for doing ecstasy, you’re probably more open to having sex generally, whereas alcohol is a more general social drink.
[Re2] I can sort of understand this at the outset of a relationship, though if you’re still doing it after a year you might want to reassess.
[Re3] It turns out waving the Jolly Roger proudly has dating consequences.
[Re4] The modern difficulties of dating in the old school. (Or what 1930’s erotica can teach us about dating.)
[Re5] Read some 300-word love stories.
[Re6] Scott Stanley writes “advice to singles” if they want to avoid later divorce. It seems notable that people with these characteristics tend to marry other people who marry these characteristics.
[Re7] He swiped right, she swiped with a samurai sword.
[Re8] Divorce and religion make for complicated family law.
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