After Black Lives Matter protests shook cities across the world, dating application Grindr opted to remove its ‘ethnicity filter’, sparking
In 2018, when my partner Tom landed a graduate scheme in Derby, I didn’t hesitate in moving there to live
Zoom dates, socially-distanced picnics and no snogging: The awkward yet rewarding reality of dating during Covid-19
‘Lockdown-dating’ may seem trivial compared to the very real and devastating issues people are facing during this time, but for some, having the pause button indefinitely jammed shut on their love life can have a huge emotional impact.
Since the lockdown was imposed on 23 March, people have been separated from loved ones and endured months of loneliness.
Amidst uncertainty around the duration of coronavirus and the ensuing isolation, dating apps and their users have taken it upon themselves to keep dating active and possible with a variety of features – but how has it gone?
Gen Z ‘snowflakes’ want to ban office romances – with woke blokes too scared to woo workplace romances in #metoo era
Almost three-quarters of Generation Z ‘snowflakes’ want to BAN office romances in the #MeToo era – with 71% wanting to end the workplace being the place to start relationships.
Mancunian Matters chats with a dating expert to discuss where we’re all going wrong when it comes to relationships.
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Armed with their finest chat-up lines and charming techniques Eve and Ed hit the speed dating scene in a bid to find their one true love, or at least someone relatively pleasant, to spend Valentine’s with
The recent trial of a woman, who used a male persona online to trick her female friend into having sex with her using a fake penis, raised many questions.
Started as a joke by its Manchester creator, Bristlr, the new dating app for bearded men or ladies and gents looking for a beard to stroke, is growing fast.