Love & Sex news
A Swedish town is considering giving people an hour off during the work week to have sex.
You only need to do three things.
A survey of behaviour in the bedroom reveals what mothers prefer between the sheets.
OPINION: Men aren't coughing up their hard-earned Hillary's to shove a daily dose of hormones in their face.
She didn't want to go to the Wanaka Festival of Colour alone. So she bought herself a date.
A new Australian study has revealed the one major mistake we make when using online dating sites.
When it comes to love, playing hard to get landed me nowhere - so I tried the opposite.
How does one single female spend a Valentines Day evening, what is there to do for a mouldly.
REVIEW: Why TV's The Lie Detective is lazy, tired and cynical stuff.
People are willingly subjecting their privates to temperatures of -160 degrees Celsius.
Q&A: Is his behaviour a major red flag or am I just being too sensitive?
After discussing the taboo topic of religion during a first date, one woman took a leap of faith.
Dear Mrs Salisbury: 'I'm feeling really upset: hurt, betrayed and confused. But am I being oversensitive?
"What did you do?" she asks to his face, before breaking down in tears during heartbreaking video.
Mixed-race friends, same-sex couples and everyone in between embraced to show love has no labels.
Erotica is a very different proposition to porn, but the attention paid to Fifty Shades of Grey is muddying the waters.
OPINION: Most people think that writing an online dating profile is a one-time affair.
COMMENT: Abstinence for me is now a choice of belief rather than fear.
COMMENT: Marriage, children, a white picket fence laid ahead of me, now I'm living a carefree life and it's right.
Dating doesn't get any easier with age - but at least you can try to steer clear of these 3 mistakes.
No roses, no worries as Wellington women campaign to promote self-love, every day of the year.
OPINION: Sure, our ancestors spent a lot of time nude. But it's clothes that maketh the human being.
Apology cards, a wedding dress in a jar, a promise ring: Broken-hearted visitors come here so they don't feel so alone.
"He said 'ugh'" - elderly couple who met as toddlers celebrate Valentines Day in Auckland retirement village.
She found something disturbing while snooping at her new date's house. Should she bring it up?
There's plenty of fish in the sea. Here's how you can land one that's just right for you.
Love it, hate it, or pour scorn on its shameless commercialism, Valentine's Day can do you a mighty favour — if you let it.
You're pretty much always wearing something. But people seem to always go the extra mile to meet someone special.
Whether it's intense and fast, slow and steady or just a game, people experience love in many ways.
"One in five people should get an effect regardless."