Popular author and former pastor Joshua Harris announced via Instagram that he and his wife Shannon are separating. Harris influenced a generation of Evangelical Christian youths with his popular books “I kissed dating goodbye” and […]
Psychology Today ran an article this week titled “Are trans people excluded from the world of dating?” by Karen L. Blair, a psychologist from St. Francis Xavier University.
In the article, she sites a survey she helped conduct which sought the dating preferences of almost 1,000 people. Specifically, it sought if a person would date a cisgender man (a biological man who identifies as a man), cisgender woman, transgender man, transgender woman, or someone who does not identify with a specific gender.
There are any number of virtues that we can have a desire to want to grow in: being a more generous person, showing more gratitude, managing our tempers. But one are where I feel like I never hear people saying they want to grow is when it comes to humility.
There are a lot of different places where Americans meet their significant others. School, work, church, social organizations, through friends, just to name a few.