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By Jonas Barnes Tinder is the undisputed king of online dating and comedian and author Lane Moore has managed to take this dating app and turn it into a live comedy show. In NYC, this is something that any producer should celebrate because comedy comes and goes here on a
By Rachel Fogletto We’re living in an incredible time of holding each other accountable for the pain we inflict on each other. Whether it’s calling out everyday racism/sexism/transphobia or outing an abuser, it is becoming more common to encourage calling it out into the open. Like many women, this makes
I am pretty sure when Stu asked me to write an article about how people in polyamorous relationships handle Valentine’s Day he had visions of threesomes in his head. And while that is a totally valid way to celebrate, like most things in poly relationships this comes down to more
You met someone cute! And funny! And super open minded! But before you let yourself get attached you know you have to tell them that sometimes you have sex with other people, for money. Or maybe you don’t. Sex workers have been keeping these kinds of secrets for eons. It was easier
Lane Moore is a singer/songwriter, comedienne, writer, and actress. Her improv show about live Tinder dating, Tinder LIVE, will be at The Bell House on June 4th. I spent some time with the host to discuss the show, her songwriting, and her thoughts about the current dating culture. What was the
When I was 23, my friend and I lived in a tiny apartment in the Upper East Side where we shared an inflatable mattress and used our oven as a heater. We had a tiny TV and all we could watch was Dexter, 27 Dresses, and 500 Days of Summer.