Welcome, dear reader, to the Premature Love edition—our second themed issue of the year. We don’t publish over reading break so this is the closest we get to Valentine’s Day, and seeing as this is the Other Press, we never like to do things exactly by the book.
Falling in love has never been more complicated—we’re working in the difficult Netflix-and-chill era of dating, where vegetable-themed emojis are easier to interpret than facial expressions and ghosting is...
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When we think of the romance genre, we often recall tales of heroes and heroines saving the lives of their beloveds in some grand way that often involves endangering themselves in the process.
I will treat you like a gentleman, and much better than those jerks that girls always seem to go for.
The operation of lesbian sex is one of most coveted secrets of humanity. I know this because I am frequently asked for a short tutorial on the subject by strangers and acquaintances who seem to be unable to find suitable answers via the Internet.
WTF theatre, a Vancouver-based company known for its experimental performance ideas, has announced a new rendition of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet to be performed entirely on social media.
Nothing deserves a fancier dessert than Valentine’s Day. Whip up this quick and simple recipe in no time at all, and enjoy for the rest of the dark and lonely night.