This week, we take a look at some completely unscientific surveys that give us a fun peek into the brains of others this Valentine’s Day.
Too often, “love” and “justice” are understood in completely different categories. In fact, they are just different incarnations of one another.
Favorite romantic works of art as of late? Two old-fashioned, British costume dramas: "Emma" on TV and "Bright Star" in theaters. Some say these represent
a backlash against sexual liberation but both achieve the goal of being enrapturing and romantic while subtly
critiquing conventional conceptions of love.
Laura Flanders of GRITtv is saying “I Do” to Ted Olson? With her love for Elizabeth, her partner of 18 years as a foundation, Flanders says she’s willing to compromise if Olson is.
This Valentine’s Day, what does Raising Women’s Voices’ Eesha Pandit want? Candy? Flowers? Sure. But what’s truly sexy to Pandit? Read this to find out.
Heather Corinna’s explorative and gorgeous treatise on Love, with a capital "L", for young people (but, believe us, it’s a must-read for all ages!).
Zina Saunders paints a beautiful picture – literally and through an honest, loving interview – of long-time partners and newlyweds Nancy Goldstein and Joan Hilty.
A love-and-justice letter from a mother to her daughter on Valentine’s Day.
Journalists are happy to report on the sexual desire gap between women and men. But they refuse to ask why the gap persists.
What does Valentine’s Day have to do with reproductive health? Plenty.