Each human being is hardwired to find certain traits attractive. In our youth, those things are different — they’re part of evolution, really. Science teaches us that our reptilian brains want us to seek out partners for reproduction, searching for the mate who will help us make more replicas of ourselves. But over time, those qualities are less necessary and, also over time, often less attractive. A well-regarded study on mate value from Mexico State University notes that wo
The digital age is, for the most part, uncharted territory. One person leading the exploration of this new romantic frontier is Writer, Director and Filmmaker Jonah Feingold. In this interview, Mr. Feingold gives us his take on what makes a good Romantic Comedy, why it’s important to be transparent, and how dating is more of a game than it ever has been before. On his work in the Romantic Comedy film space: At the heart of every movie is relationships. I want to make films th
The dating scene could be a confusing place in world where at least some social distancing seems likely for the foreseeable future. And while many people will have maintained or begun contact with romantic partners online during lockdown, video chats and text messages are clearly not a long-term substitute for intimate (or even non-intimate) physical contact. To see how these sex differences were evident in online opposite-sex dating, we conducted a study in which participant
A Southhampton entrepreneur is taking his speed dating events company online, saving 75 jobs. With all bars and restaurants closed indefinitely, it looked like the end for Slow Dating, a speed dating event company that relies on bars to host events. It also meant an uncertain future for all the people it employs.
Not wanting to lose his business, single father of two Chris Grayston has decided to take his live events company online. Chris, the entrepreneur behind music event