Welcome to Dear Jane, Jezebel’s advice column.
For most, air travel is a time to briefly unhook from the Internet, watch a Catherine Zeta-Jones movie you think you remember hearing about (?), even, perhaps, submerge the passage of time a bit more definitely with free wine, or a pre-purchased depressant of one’s choosing.
What’s Judith Light’s secret to making her marriage last? Putting an entire country between them for months at a time, thats what.
The extended trailer for Fifty Shades Freed, the final film in the sleek sexual punishment trilogy, is out and delving into new, exciting erotic territory: the marriage of a wealthy, monogamous couple.
I would have been fine going through life without ever seeing a neon pink penis-shaped straw.
In the seventh grade, there was this boy. There are a lot of “boys” at that age, but he was different. He was the only guy I ever truly liked, because we shared a similar, more mature, mindset. We were always together, and he made me feel like I was supposed to be in his life. But I was sure I’d never get to be with…
Bridezillas, the addictive reality franchise that presents brides as stereotypically insane perfectionists, is returning to remind you of a sad yet simple time in your life when you sat and watched marathons of the show all day long.
Welcome to The Small Stuff, a sporadic series about liberating ourselves from the (often dumb) parenting habits we hate.
Ten years ago, I muscled a guy down the aisle. We had been together for six years, the relationship was becalmed, and I had pretty much decided that marriage was the only thing that would blow us out of our doldrums: We’d be official, we’d have kids, we’d have a decent set of dish towels. He reluctantly agreed.
Eat Pray Love was published in 2007, and ten years later its basic methodological premise—a woman travels the world looking for wisdom in unlikely places—remains powerfully commercially viable. But in the decade since Elizabeth Gilbert picked herself up off her bathroom floor and left her husband, writers (and,…
After nearly a year of widespread, stomach-churning speculation that Morning Joe co-hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski were engaging in a romantic relationship outside of their professional one, the two have confirmed to Vanity Fair that they are not only a couple, but that they’re recently engaged.
Like a lot of people, I have complicated feelings surrounding marriage. Like everybody, I really like free stuff. Where better to explore and indulge all of these emotions than at New York Magazine’s annual New York Weddings Event?
In theory, we give gifts at weddings for two reasons:
I am a graduate student in sociology, and I have a lot of reading to do, all of the time. Since I started my PhD last year, I haven’t touched a book of my own choosing; I can barely keep up with what my university pays me to read. So it’s saying something that, when I heard about Jancee Dunn’s new book How Not to Hate…
I think it would be fair to say that this season of Vanderpump Rules has been kind of stale, comparatively. With most of the cast entering their thirties and settling down into long-term relationships, a severe vacuum of authentic drama has unfortunately been filled by the deadening specter of the “woodsy elegance”…