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21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: I was desperate for a baby so I ‘spurgled’ a man and tricked him into getting me pregnant.

Flashback: Is a Vasectomy Now the Only Way Men Can Be Truly Safe from Financial Extortion? “Ironically, this notion – of privileged white men taking control of their reproductive destinies – has given some feminists the willies.”

If I were a young single guy, I’d be inclined to bank a bunch of sperm, then get a vasectomy. For men, that’s pretty much the only way to achieve “reproductive rights.”

And on this topic, I should once again plug a piece by my Tennessee colleague Michael Higdon: Fatherhood by Conscription: Nonconsensual Insemination and the Duty of Child Support.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: ‘Sex and the City’ creator talks vaginal rejuvenation and finding ‘Mr. Bigger.’

21st CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Woman plans to marry 91-year-old chandelier.

A British woman says she has several love interests, but none of them can hold a candle to Lumiere — a 91-year-old chandelier she plans to marry, according to a report.

Amanda Liberty, 35, who changed her last name from Whittaker during a prior long-distance relationship with the Statue of Liberty, is ready to finally settle down with the light of her life, the Mirror reports.

Liberty, of Leeds, who identifies as an objectum sexual, is putting the spotlight on the little-known attraction to inanimate objects, according to the outlet.

The bride-to-be said she has been in an open relationship with multiple light fixtures, but decided to get hitched to Lumiere, which she regards as female.

She acknowledges that she can’t marry her suspended sweetie in the traditional sense, but insists that her love is valid.

Clearly, there’s only person in America, perhaps the world, who can officiate this wedding.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Being always in search of tools for female empowerment — especially when trying to get over a breakup — I decided to test a therapy form called “Yoni Mapping”, the tantric version of “Vaginal Mapping.”

Plus: “Maybe you should allow your yoni to grieve. I want you to acknowledge that she is beautiful, when she is sad and introverted as well as when she is happy and outgoing.”

21st CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Humans wearing ‘teledildonic suits’ can now have sex with each other over the Internet.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Some women have penises. If you won’t sleep with them you’re transphobic.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Kirstie Allsopp sparks a heated debate with tweet claiming couples in their 20s should sacrifice ‘fun’ and ‘flashy weddings’ to start families NOW – warning ‘if you want children, don’t wait.’ One of the ways you know that we’re living in the Crazy Years is that advice like this, which everyone’s grandmother would give, is now controversial and edgy.

21st CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Sex robot threat: AI girlfriends ‘indistinguishable from humans’ after major 5G upgrade.

If they’re good enough to fool notorious robophobe Matthew Yglesias™, it’s a reminder that this is the year 2019, after all.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS, GLOBAL BABY BUST EDITION: Is U.S. fertility at an all-time low? Two of three measures point to yes.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: The future is robots, and they’re teaching us how to flirt.

21st CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Ask Anna: How do I help my boyfriend have an orgasm?

21st CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: The truth about sex: we are not getting enough.

How comforting this sex-positive vision is. How sophisticated and liberal we are.

Except. A paper in a recent issue of the British Medical Journal summed up the findings of three huge national surveys into sexual attitudes, called Natsal, the latest of which was in 2012. Natsal is British in focus, but some of its findings are reflected globally: worldwide, we are having less sex less frequently and are more upset about it. In Britain, most of the decline in sexual frequency is in people aged over 25 and in long-term relationships. In the US, the over-50s reported the largest decline in how often they had sex, though Finnish middle-aged men reported they were getting sex more frequently. In Japan, the most sexual inactivity was in young single people. Millennials are having less sex than their parents; young people, we are told, are in a “sex drought”.

We have reordered our customs in order to satisfy a noisy minority, and it seems to have made the majority less happy.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: For Teens, Romances Where the Couple Never Meets Are Now Normal: A generation that lives online is redefining dating; ‘We only met for 20 minutes and that was the first and last time we ever saw each other.’

If we’re looking for an explanation of why today’s teens are having less sex than previous generations, there’s this: Many of them spend months or even years dating without ever meeting face to face.

When Nicole Nguyen was 16, she met her first serious boyfriend for the first and last time—after they’d broken up. They had 20 minutes. They hugged once. It only happened because that day, they just happened to find themselves in the same state.

Yet for an entire year, they spent almost every waking moment texting each other, talking on voice-chat apps, and even communicating over webcams through Skype and Oovoo. Ms. Nguyen, 24, is now a pre-kindergarten teaching assistant living in Brooklyn Park, Minn. To this day her parents have no idea they ever dated in the first place.

They might sound unusual: online relationships that bloom, reach a fever pitch of teenage intensity and—possibly—even wither before the two parties ever meet. But they’re becoming more common than ever. Ask any teenager—if they haven’t been in a relationship like this themselves, they can probably name friends who have.

I’m going to go out on a limb and say that this isn’t great.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Dear Wives: Publicly Criticizing Your Husband Makes You Look Horrible. “After reading the latest installment in the ‘my husband disappoints me’ genre in The New York Times last weekend — this one penned by a clinical psychologist — I’d say we have a trend.”

Publicly trashing your husband is a profound betrayal performed for the sake of a little bit of approval from the in-group. So it’s perfect for feminists.

21st CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Sologamy: I married myself and it was truly empowering.

21st CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Tinder swipers get matching tattoos before first date.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Girl Talk: What I Learned At An Orgy.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: What It’s Really Like To Be An Escort (And Why I Prefer It To Stripping).

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: “Vasectomy Cakes” are now a thing.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: First, she had his baby. 12 years later, they met, then fell in love.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Marriage is still the main way for women to get rich: study.

21ST CENTURY LEFTIST RELATIONSHIPS: Has Trump wrecked our sex life? “Post-Trump Sex Disorder” is real, says sex therapist.

Related: My Woke Boyfriend and I Almost Broke Up Over a Jordan Peterson Video. “Our first political blow out happened while naked in bed after a heavy sex romp. I don’t remember how we got on the subject, but what I do remember is that when I stated that being a woman wasn’t oppressing, he became flustered and irritated.”

21st CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Valentines Cards for Democrats.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Politics is affecting dating and intimacy, expert says.

Spira said that since President Trump’s election in 2016, politics have started to play a major role in millennials’ dating lives.

“Now we see politics at the top and it’s not just affecting how you date … politics has actually moved into the bedroom,” Spira told Hill.TV’s Krystal Ball and Buck Sexton.

Spira, who is currently on tour promoting her new book, “Love in the Age of Trump,” added that millennials now are starting to prioritize political compatibility over sex.

“Singles now, especially millennials singles, are more interested in having similar politics and talking about good politics than actually having good sex,” Spira said.

The dating site OkCupid told HuffPost last month that for the first time in its 15-year history, the overall number of women who choose shared political views over “good sex” doubled from 2016 to 2018.

Well, if that’s what they choose, that’s what they’ll get.

21st CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Man says emotional support alligator helps his depression.

A Pennsylvania man says his emotional support alligator helps him deal with his depression.

Joie Henney, 65, said his registered emotional support animal named Wally likes to snuggle and give hugs, despite being a 5-foot-long alligator. The York Haven man said he received approval from his doctor to use Wally as his emotional support animal after not wanting to go on medication for depression, he told Philly.com .

“I had Wally, and when I came home and was around him, it was all OK,” he said. “My doctor knew about Wally and figured it works, so why not?”

To be fair, scientists have been researching the benefits of emotional support alligators since 1984.

CES 2019: SONY’S ROBOT DOG AIBO MAKES SECOND APPEARANCE.

Sony’s robot dog Aibo appeared at CES 2019, the second time the canine with artificial intelligence has graced the Las Vegas conference.
While the price tag for the pooch is a large number of bones — $2,899 USD — Sony employee Leon Michor said the robot companion has sold all 2,000 units available for purchase in the U.S. since it came to market stateside in September. More than 20,000 have been sold in Japan.
“There is talk about having a second litter, Aibo has been very well received in the market,” Michor said.

“A second litter?!” Although the bond between some Aibo owners and their robot dogs definitely qualifies for the recurring “21st Century Relationships” headline.

21st CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Brave new world: Gay man impregnates transgender partner who identifies as male.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Girls Gone Wild, Brisbane Tinder Edition.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: What a sex worker can teach us about human connection.

UPDATE: Some of y’all disappoint me. If you watched the video, as I strongly suspect some commenters didn’t, it’s about loneliness, not really about sex at all.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Why Jewish Men And Asian Women Are Magical Together.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Is Swiping Right On Tinder Considered Cheating?

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: New chlamydia test offers results within 30 minutes.

21st CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: You Can Sleep With the Latest Sex Robots at This Brothel—But Only if They Say ‘Yes.’

2019 is next year, after all.

21st CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Former Dallas Cowboys linebacker Jeff Rohrer comes out as gay, set to marry Sunday.

21st CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Crazy in love? The Japanese man ‘married’ to a hologram.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Tourist spills secrets of ‘sex island’ where guests pay to party with prostitutes.

21st CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Woman who had sex with 20 ghosts is now engaged to a spirit.

I’d insert the usual boilerplate about Rand’s Return of the Primitive, but hey, it is Halloween after all.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Primary care doctors ‘not doing enough’ to curb STDs. “Nationally, reported cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis are at an all-time high, CDC data show. In one year, from 2016 to 2017, nationwide rates of chlamydia rose by 7 percent, gonorrhea by 19 percent and syphilis by 11 percent.”

21st CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Official School Records Support Claims That Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) Married Her Brother.

21st CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Trump, Cruz Hug It Out at Raucous Houston Rally.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: When it comes to being ghosted, our columnist has one piece of advice: track him down and find out the truth. When men do it, it’s creepy and stalkerish. But when women do it, it’s empowering!

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: I was raised to think sex was shameful. Then I opened a brothel.

21st CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: ‘Genital Steaming’ Is the Hottest Date in Town.

As a distinguished scientist was once quoted as saying, not only is the universe stranger than we imagine, it is stranger than we can imagine.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Underwater matchmaking: Scientists pair zebrafish mates by personality.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Discreetly tracking down sex partners to stop a surge in STDs.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Calls mount for regulation of sex robots.

But vibrators are different because reasons. I’ll add that if you oppose something because you think it will make people think or see the world in a different way, then you’re admitting that there’s a First Amendment issue there.

21st CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: How tech bros ruined dating for young people.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: THE MARRIED COUPLE MAKING THE WORLD’S FINEST SEX DOLLS.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Teen Sex Trend: Blow Jobs Are The New Goodnight Kiss! Or so they claim at Good Morning America.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: A Fertility Doctor Used His Sperm on Unwitting Women. Their Children Want Answers.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Drive-in ‘sex boxes’ for prostitution, built by taxpayers, are a wild success in Switzerland.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: ‘Flesh-eating’ STD allegedly reported in England.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Man who cheated with 300 women after girlfriend gave him ‘infidelity pass’ claims it’s saved his relationship.

21st CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: The irresistible rise of internet dating. Meeting a mate online is fast becoming the default in America.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: When Being a Good ‘Dad’ Gets You Promoted to ‘Mommy.’ A friend on Facebook comments: “We appear to have concluded as a society that laboring to keep your wife and children from starving in the streets is an assumed baseline, and/or qualitatively — and quantitatively! — inferior to domesticity. It’s a luxury of a particular point of view, that being the point of view which has never had to worry about that labor going undone, or that starvation knocking on your door.”

21st CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Sex robots could improve marriages by letting spouses put more focus on companionship and creating a family, expert claims.

No word what notorious robophobe Matthew Yglesias™ thinks about this story.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: MAYBE I SHOULD STOP BRINGING UP MY CAT SO MUCH WHEN PEOPLE TELL ME STORIES ABOUT THEIR KIDS.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: ‘She knew what I was doing:’ Sex robot fanatic, 60 reveals ‘realism’ of first Harmony romp. “The 60-year-old told Daily Star Online that testing out ‘work of art’ Harmony has been “fantastic” so far and has changed his perception of relationships.”

21st CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: ‘Bigfoot Erotica’ Stimulates Intense Congressional Debate.

21st CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: This man is pleading people to stop ‘having sex’ with his hedge.

21st CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: When You Have Three Boyfriends, Getting An IUD Is Complicated.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: “I asked a question so he would look at me.”

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Snyder’s rule of thumb for men: Try to get more orgasms in bed with your wives than in front of the computer. Reynolds’ rule of thumb for women: Work to make sure this happens.

21st CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Sex robot addiction — clinics braced for humans hooked on cyborgs like ‘problem drinkers.’

See, I told you so, says notorious robophobe Matthew Yglesias.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Britain: Heterosexual Couples Can Choose Civil Partnership.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Why Paying for a Dating Coach’s Advice Was the Best Thing I’ve Done as a Single Person.

21st CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS. I’m Sorry And I Want You Back: Mary Katharine Ham’s Open Letter To Her Eyebrows.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Freckling: The new dating trend of the summer. “No, not dating someone with freckles – freckling means casually getting involved with someone over the long, lazy days and light, balmy evenings of the summer months, only to drop them come autumn, when the coats come back out and the freckles disappear again.”

This seems like one of those “trends” that exist largely in marketing offices and the minds of assignment editors.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Gay exec for Coach parent company Tapestry relentlessly sexually harassed straight VP: lawsuit.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: 4 Reasons I Refuse To Change My Last Name For My Future Husband. It’s very important to list all the things you won’t do for your future husband before you meet him.

UPDATE: Oh, and this will help: Why I Don’t Give Blowjobs. Am I being selfish? Probably.

Same author, three years later: “Hello I need work. Will someone give me work? You can give me money too. Help.”

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: What Happened When I Let A Womanizer Take Over My Tinder Profile.

WELL, YES: Venezuela is now a dictatorship.

Maduro is not alone in the world. In recent years, Venezuela has rebuilt its strategic global alliances, giving clear preference – in the form of oil diplomacy and insider access to Latin American politics – to countries that share Maduro’s world view and governing style.

The regime’s relationships with the authoritarian governments of Russia, China, Turkey, Bolivia and Cuba – all of which congratulated Maduro on his win – are strong.

These countries’ leaders practice a new kind of authoritarianism. In the 21st century, dictatorships do not necessarily take on the classic form – that of Mao, Lenin or the Latin American military juntas of the 1970s and 1980s.

Instead, Vladimir Putin, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and the like often maintain a democratic facade. They hold elections – but they do so under corrupt conditions, ensuring that they and their parties stay in power.

They decry capitalism and imperialism, claiming to rule in the name of the people. Meanwhile, they amass great personal wealth and power.

Venezuela’s Maduro, who enriched his inner circle while the country starved, is now indisputably part of this crowd.

Looting the country is the entire point of stealing elections.

21st CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: This Soccer Star Is About To Marry Two Women — See Them Here.

Groucho Marx, call your office.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: I tried a sugar-baby dating site, and you wouldn’t believe my stories.

21st CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: 10 Reasons My Cat Deserves To Win The Intersectional Victim Olympics.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Why overeducated women and undereducated men typically means marital doom.

21st CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: What I Learned on My Date With a Sex Robot.

Not to trust notorious robophobe Matthew Yglesias™?

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: People use Venmo to spy on cheating spouses—it’s proving more effective than Facebook. “Some users seem to forget that their transactions are public by default, and their payment activity provides an unfiltered paper trail of what’s really happening in their lives.”

21st CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: All hail the rise of cat men, an antidote to toxic masculinity.

“Alas, the time of the most despicable man is coming, he that is no longer able to despise himself. Behold, I show you the last man.”

21st CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: A lot of Americans think they’d probably try sex with a robot.

Nobody tell notorious robophobe Matthew Yglesias.™

21st CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: New Low: Katie Couric Chats Up Sex Robots Who Want to ‘Make Love’ to Her ‘Hot Body.’

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Delaware woman who killed husband’s mistress previously went on app looking for marriage help.

21st CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: “Sometimes becoming a parent feels out of my reach. My wife and I both have uteruses, and sperm costs too damn much.”

(Found via The Patriarch Tree on Twitter, who dubs the story “Spermless In Seattle.”

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: What It’s Like to Visit ‘Dr. M,’ New York’s Erotic Masseur for Women.

I don’t have any sort of attachment to him, but he’s a comforting presence. I can focus on my pleasure and I don’t feel like “Ugh, god, I’ll have to spin around on his dick in return.”

Since I’ve been seeing him I’ve been calmer and I feel much less urgency with men. I don’t want to go out and have sex with a different guy every other night. It’s making me a little more selective. And I don’t have any of that sex anxiety like, “Ugh, do I have to sleep over?” Or, “Oh no, will he still be here in the morning?” . . .

I think for me the main appeal is that excitement that you’re going to be with someone for one hour who has no other purpose other than to please you. There’s nothing reciprocal. There are almost no other instances in your life where that holds true. You don’t have to smile. You don’t have to make anyone else feel good. There are few good things that happen to you in life that are quite so selfish.

The important thing is that, since this involves women getting off, it’s liberating and empowering, not tawdry and sleazy like it would be if it involved men.

21ST 7TH CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Married to a Child? Here’s a Brochure!

No joke — this is a guide being issued by the Swedish government.

DISPATCHES FROM THE INTERSECTION OF 21st CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS AND NAME THAT PARTY: “A grand jury Thursday indicted Bryon Hefner, the husband of [state] Senator Stanley C. Rosenberg, on multiple charges of sexual assault, criminal lewdness, and distributing nude photographs without consent,” the Boston Globe reports, “unexpectedly” omitting Rosenberg’s party affiliation.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Should we be doing more to expose paternity fraud? “Genetic counsellors are the professionals who advise on the results of tests for hereditary conditions, often after samples have been taken from foetuses in the womb as well as from the parents. Consequently they are often the first to know that the father isn’t the father. A study in America found that more than 95 per cent of them would not tell a man that the child wasn’t his. (Around 95 per cent of genetic counsellors are female, and you have to wonder if more men would be informed if more counsellors were male.)”

21st CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS. Gay sex robots: Demand skyrockets at brothel as heterosexuals ‘want to try male cyborgs.’

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: How Does Submissive Sex Work in the Age of #MeToo?

Like all of us in the throes of #MeToo, I have been taking rigorous inventory of my sexual history, rolling back the tape on past highs and lows: the disturbing teenage experiences no longer chalked up to miscommunication, those times I gave in because it was easier, some unwanted advance successfully fended off.

And then there are the memories of being brusquely, and without permission, pushed up against a wall — and loving it. In fact, those were the steamiest moments I could recall. I wondered if I would ever experience such an unscripted embrace again — and then immediately worried: Did my secret desires make me a traitor to #MeToo and what it stands for? . . .

“After being exposed to so many accounts of different women’s sexual abuse or harassment, I was hyper-aware and hyper-sensitive about it,” said Jessica Tallarico, 30, of Toronto, a newly engaged friend of mine. “So on one occasion, playing around affectionately in bed, my fiancé got the tiniest bit rough and I had such an adverse reaction to what would normally be playful. Adverse as in, I became defensive, flooded with a bit of fear.

“This felt so strange to me because it happened with my partner who I love and trust immensely, and he did nothing wrong or really that out of the ordinary.”

Making women feel fearful and defensive toward men who have done nothing wrong isn’t a side effect of the movement. It’s a goal.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: As traditional community hangouts shrink, supermarkets are becoming the place where people meet to socialize—and even fall in love.

When Bob Schneider goes out on a Friday night, he no longer heads to the local singles bar. Instead, he goes to the grocery store.

“I once dated a woman from the potato section at Mariano’s,” says Mr. Schneider, a 67-year-old semiretired, twice-divorced lobbyist in Oak Brook, Ill. “The next thing you know we’re at the wine bar and then we’re dating.”

Supermarkets—those havens of the not-so-scintillating chore of scouring numbered aisles, pushing carts and perusing produce—are finding a new identity as a social hub in communities. Parents now bring their children here to play, retirees gather for Bingo, and singles find romance.

Grocery stores are fulfilling the new role as traditional gathering spots, from shopping malls to social clubs like Lions Clubs and Rotary International, continue to shrink from decades-earlier peaks. Malls, in particular, are in danger of extinction. Credit Suisse has projected that up to 25% of malls will close over the next five years, as the internet continues to reshape the way Americans shop.

As more shoppers consider alternatives including online shopping apps and meal kits, grocers are finding ways to avoid a similar fate. Many are reinventing themselves as destination spots.

“Getting people into the store is the number one objective,” says Laurie Rains, Nielsen’s group vice president of retail strategy. Retailers are also drawn to the higher margins that in-house prepared foods, coffee and cocktails can offer.

By offering space for people to hang out and play, grocery stores are making a calculation that customers will stay, shop longer and come back more often.

It’s grocery stores’ version of the comfy-chair revolution, though that didn’t save Borders.

21st CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: A Review Of The Shape Of Water, From A Guy Who Had Sex With A Dolphin.

Troy McClure could not be reached for comment.

UPDATE (FROM GLENN): Let the record reflect that women boink dolphins too. “Peter the Dolphin was just 6 years old when he fell in love — with a human. The bottlenose dolphin met research assistant Margaret Howe just as the free love movement was emerging in 1965. . . . After the experiment ended and the lab was closed, Peter was shipped back to Lilly’s lab in Miami and his health quickly deteriorated. A few weeks later, Peter committed suicide, with veterinarian Andy Williamson ruling his cause of death a broken heart.”

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: The Silicon Valley elite’s latest status symbol: Chickens. Their pampered birds wear diapers and have personal chefs — but lay the finest eggs tech money can buy.

Also in the Jeopardy category of “I’ll take tech bubbles empending to burst the dam for $200, Alex?”

Sunnyvale home shatters (Sunnyvale) record with enormous price tag $2 million 2 bed 2 bath 848 sq ft: The small, unassuming home in the Cherry Chase neighborhood was on the market just two days before it sold for $2 million, a whopping $550,000 over its asking price. In this red-hot real estate market, the price tag barely caused a stir. What did was the other number that turned the home into another Bay Area record-breaker: It sold for the highest square-foot price recorded in Sunnyvale — a stunning $2,358, according to MLSListings, which tracks homes sales going back to 2000. The jaw-dropping price tag suggests Sunnyvale, which has traditionally been less expensive than neighboring cities Cupertino or Palo Alto, is becoming a real estate destination in itself.”

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Worst Roommate Ever.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: What Happened When I Made Tinder Dates Call Me Instead Of Texting. “I’m being rejected for who I actually am, not who I’m pretending to be.”

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Happy Valentine’s Day To My “Person.”

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: Va. Father and Biological Daughter Charged With Incest After Allegedly Having Child Together.

21ST CENTURY RELATIONSHIPS: I want to leave my estranged children money, but my second wife will freak out.