All the dating stories from my previous life that somehow managed not to crush my optimism about romance.
My Quillette article on sex negativity and follow-up thoughts on fuckability, why sex is bad so often, the preservation of ambiguity, and the value of blogs.
Results from my research project on personality traits and mating success.
Progressive women complain about men and post hot selfies for Bernie, right-wing guys learn seduction and whine about hypergamy. When politics sets the sexes against each other, it's all about the ratio.
Most bisexual women only date guys - it's easy, familiar, and accepted. This is where Sana Al-Badri comes in.
People seek being worthy of intimacy more than they seek intimacy. That's not a good thing.
Are Rationalists just a polyamory community? And if not, what explains the connection between the two? I dig deep into the data, and reach some unexpected conclusions.
A book about rethinking infidelity offers an opportunity to rethink modern marriage and the paradox at the heart of it.
The third part of an extensive interview with Dr. Geoffrey Miller covers jealousy, polyamory, marriage, and mating.
Life is all about competition, and competitions are all about winning. Unless they don't have to be.
For the hardest choices we make in life, our gut is not enough. We also need a chart with numbers in it.
Are Nice Guys just guys who are nice? If so, why can't they get a date and what can a BDSM class teach them? And what does this all have to do with bell curves?
Is dating a game? It is if I can apply some game theory to figure it out.
In order to get 99% match percentages on OkCupid you can launch a crazy machine learning project, or you can follow a few simple tips.
My journey to finding love using science and data.
Part 1 - how to own online dating.