Miley Cyrus and Cody Simpson’s Complete Relationship Timeline, From Friendship to Kissing on Instagram

May 14, 2020 at 11:31PM   INSTAGRAM In just two months, Miley Cyrus ended her relationships with ex-husband Liam Hemsworth and ex-girlfriend Kaitlynn Carter, but already, she’s fully embracing new love. The singer seemingly gave minute-by-minute coverage of her burgeoning romance with Cody Simpson in the beginning. Six months later,

Bumble is Hosting a Series of Virtual Events This Weekend to Help Canadians Stay Connected

May 08, 2020 at 06:15PM In these quarantine times, “weekend plans” may no longer be a concept but Bumble is trying to get Canadians out of their isolation ruts with a series of virtual events built to foster a sense of community and connection. Their first-ever Bumble Hive @ Home

From the Archives: Sophie Grégoire Trudeau on the March 2017 Cover of FASHION

April 24, 2020 at 05:15PM “If you were a yoga pose, which one would you be?” I ask Sophie Grégoire Trudeau. We’re midway into our second interview for this feature, and she has just finished describing the thrill of barefooting—which is waterskiing without skis. “You have to be at high

What Were Monica Geller’s 7 Erogenous Zones on ‘Friends’? Let’s Take a Look — VIDEO

By Mallory Schlossberg     There’s a classic episode of Friends in which Monica explains to Chandler that there are seven female erogenous zones. Each zone has a corresponding number, and she maps out different combinations (a-one-two-three!) that could potentially lead to pleasure. Then she launches into a euphoric “SEVEN.

How compatible are the 6 ‘Love Is Blind’ couples, according to their Myers-Briggs types?

March 10, 2020 at 05:00PM by CWC On the Netflix reality series Love Is Blind, cast members looking for marriage were tasked with finding their soul mate by going on dates where they couldn’t see the other person. Within days, real and committed couples emerged with six ultimately getting engaged, all

The fertility ‘information gap’ is keeping LGBTQ+ people from getting the care they need and deserve

February 13, 2020 at 03:00PM by CWC Thirty-three percent of U.S. adults have either used fertility treatments or know someone who has, reports Pew Research Center. But if you’re a member of the LGBTQ+ community, the process of seeking medical help for pregnancy—which is hard regardless—becomes exponentially more challenging. Mere

Biphobia in medical spaces makes getting mental and physical health care that much harder for bisexual people

September 23, 2019 at 08:40PM by CWC Rose*, a 31-year-old bi+ woman who has struggled with depression for most of her life, didn’t commit to a therapist until her mid-twenties. When she finally did, her therapist consistently “made comments about how I didn’t seem very into [dating women] and maybe