You don’t want to be that guy, the one who knows someone is throwing him a surprise party but just doesn’t know where it is.
Everyone knows Rohypnol, invented as a sleep aid, can be used as a date-rape drug, but few know just how much damage roofies can cause.
On “writings irresistible to adolescents and time-worn courtesans, who are akin in their incredulity and passion for romance”
The end of the world really did happen, just like the Mayans said; but not in the way we thought
56 Up, the latest in a decades-long longitudinal study, reveals the true benefits of inherited privilege
In this issue of the New Inquiry we look at Chinese time zones, The Clock, roofies, and more.
The political mood of Sonallah Ibrahim’s That Smell bears little resemblance to the one found in Egypt today. Why translate a 1966 novel of failed revolution now?
What did you think the end of time was going to look like?
Peak oil means peak petroleum products, which could mean the golden age of plastic fabrication is already past.
BDSM dating sites try to bring light bwhere we enjoy darkness
Dating is objectifying and uncomfortable no matter where it’s happening
Should we refuse relationship work on principle and instead sharpen our dialectics on an impending Situation?
Every love story is a cop story.
Social media keep old friends close, but the Web used to be for strangers
Dating companies hope to replace our search for love with a search for better searching
Two dating columnists talk occupational hazards