This week we’re talking about the thumb people, landing the ladies, augmented reality pornographic music videos, post-mortem fingernails, and Division 1 football.
It’s great to come across as gay when you’re into dudes, but if you’re straight that doesn’t help so much. David can’t seem to land a woman, but guys are no problem.
For millennia, the idea that “opposites attract” has existed and been encouraged when looking for a romantic partner. But is it true?
High school sweethearts fade into the background when it’s time to go off to college, but what if you’re dating your brother? Lem wants to know how he can get his familial twin boyfriend to take things to the next level, but also worries that might be the wrong thing to do. Read More!
If you feel like you’re not having any luck on online dating and were wondering what might happen if you got your mother to impersonate you and do it for you, GQ already has the answers. More specifically, the 26-year-old single Clay Skipper installed Tinder on his mother’s phone out of their mutual fear that he might “die alone.”