'Contemporary husbands face higher risk of divorce when they do not fulfil the stereotypical breadwinner role'
'Nobody can touch us. If men tried to take our property or hurt us, they would be punished. All the power belongs to us'
Instead of helping his wife ensure the safety of their son and daughter, Mr Gao headed straight to his mother’s house
A ring can’t buy you faithfulness. I write this as someone who got engaged three times 45 years ago – and a fat lot of difference those rings made to the longevity of my relationships
A list of common traits and behaviors that can make it harder to impress the object of your affection
Break out the candles and the dark chocolate — things are about to get really romantic
Those satisfied in their relationships were happier and healthier. It was that simple
Here are the most common matchups for 27 jobs
Some argue that technology has an immensely positive influence on our closest relationships
The longer couples have been together, the better they think they know each other
Take a look at a bunch of women's OkCupid profiles and you'll be hard pressed to find one that says, “I'm looking for a guy who makes me laugh, loves trying new foods, and — oh! knows how to spin a mean yarn.”
Here are some of the most poignant examples
The list ranges from fairytale-like Eastern European cities to vibrant Spanish beach resorts
Think about how your grandmother met your grandfather.
'This research shows how the spread of contagious diseases can strongly influence the development of social norms,' academic says
One of cause of inequality is assortative mating. No, this is not a new dating app, it is the increased tendency for people with similar backgrounds, jobs, or levels of education to mate with each other