Now that the so-called "Defense of Marriage" act has been declared unconstitutional, I've made some maps to show everyone where we stand right now in terms of marriage equality rights — and, of course, our right to marry guinea pigs.
The latest from the Department of Die-alone-ology: big cities are harder for dating, because there are more people to reject. But is this necessarily a bad thing?
Today on Salon, there's a worthwhile excerpt from Marrying Anita: A Quest For Love In The New India, a book by Anita Jain. Ms. Jain's story is one of hope in a time of despair: The single girl who wants desperately to fall in love. Like Carrie Bradshaw, Holly Golightly and so many before her, Ms. Jain finds that New…