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How women embraced their queer sexuality in 2023 | The Independent

by Meredith Clark

2023 saw quite a few female celebrities entering queer relationships. My interview with The Independent shows why women are no longer apologizing for how, or whom, they choose to love.

In 2023, several female celebrities ended relationships with men and began dating women. This shift reflects a larger trend of women prioritizing their own happiness and exploring and embracing queer sexuality. Examples include Sophia Bush and Gabby Windey, both of whom found love with women after high-profile breakups with men. While […]

Cuffing Season Ended on Valentine’s Day- say goodbye to your winter fling | The Independent interview

By Amber Raiken

Cuffing season officially ended on Valentine’s Day. Did your winter fling call it quits? My interview in the Independent explains why.

Amber writes, “While Valentine’s Day is deemed the romantic day of the year, it’s also the annual end of a popular dating trend: cuffing season. The trend coincides with the winter season, and sees people take advantage of the opportunity to date one person during the cold months, also known as being “cuffed” up.

As noted by

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Why does Gen-Z prefer soft-launching their relationships? | The Independent interview

By Olivia Hebert 

Thinking of ‘soft-launching’ your new flame? My interview with @TheIndependent explains why Gen-Z daters prefer a slow reveal of their new mate on social media: #SoftLaunch #DatingTrends #DatingAdvice #NewRelationships #GenZ

Olivia writes, “As summer comes to a close, be prepared to see a wave of soft launches on your social media feeds.

“Soft launch September” was dubbed by The Cut back in 2021 as the natural precursor to “cuffing season,” defined as the period between fall […]

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When to give gifts in a new relationship and what to get them | The Independent interview

By Chelsea Ritschel

When to give gifts in a new relationship: Wondering what type of gift to give in your new flame? My interview with The Independent helps you evaluate what to give (and what to spend) according to where you are in the relationship: #giftgiving #holiday #newrelationships

Chelsea writes, “Navigating the early stages of a new relationship can be hard on its own, as it often requires balancing the line between interested and aloof.

It can be even more daunting when it coincides with the holiday season, […]

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Micro-cheating: The small actions that some say are as bad as full betrayal | Yahoo News UK

By Chelsea Ritschel

Micro-cheating may not be physical cheating, but it certainly stresses the borders of a committed relationship. My interview with Yahoo News UK explains how this spark can quickly become a raging fire. #mircocheating #YahooNewsUK

Chelsea writes, “Have you ever had a flirtatious exchange with a co-worker or classmate, but decided to keep the conversation a secret from your significant other?

Or perhaps you used the fire emoji with someone other than your significant other’s Instagram post – simply because you thought they looked good.

Well, according […]

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