This is very funny and very true. A recent consumer study found that, while shopping, women overuse this word more than any other to describe many different things. More »The one-syllable word women use to describe everything
Rohit Singh has filed an official complaint with the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission More »Transgender bride files human rights complaint
A recent experiment set out to let men know what it really feels like to go through childbirth - the results are quite comical. More »Men experience the pain of childbirth - sort of
Feeling bored in your relationship? Liza Finlay offers tips for revving up the romance. More »Honey, I'm bored: How to restore romance in your relationship
Does crafting the latest recipe on Pinterest usually end in a melty, tasteless mess? Flannery Dean encourages you to embrace your domestic godlessness. More »If you can't darn a sock, you might have 'Pinterest stress'
Amidst the recent horrors in the news, Flannery Dean looks at whether divulging the grisly details only further taunts the victims. More »Do we really need to know all the gruesome details?
Tired of dinners spent not uttering a word? Read on for expert-approved ways to reinvigorate your relationship More »Four ways to overcome silences and connect with your partner
Think you can't put a price on love? Think again. Here's how one company breaks down a two-year pre-matrimonial courtship. More »Cost of the average Canadian courtship: $43,842
Knightley weds in a recycled wedding dress - a humble trend we're hoping catches on! More »Will Keira Knightley kick off a cheap-wedding trend?
These neighbours range from clueless to downright rude! Get expert tips on how best to approach and solve the problem all while keeping the peace. More »Four annoying neighbours and how to deal with them
The cure for wedding season blues? Flannery Dean says some old-fashioned hospitality would be nice. More »When did shameless money-making become a wedding theme?
"If you tell the truth," Mark Twain once said, "you don't need to remember anything." In that case, based on our most recent survey of more than 1,000 guys, Men's Health readers must have plenty they're struggling to recall. And they're not alone. Women fudge the facts nearly as often as men do—assuming, of course, they weren't lying to us. See the results below and decide for yourself. More »The Truth About Lying
Do we really need all this junk filling our closets? Writer Flannery Dean shares how the collapse of Rana Plaza in Bangladesh has been a huge wake-up call. More »Shall we all make a pact to buy less and pay more?
From a moving memoir about one mother's journey to nurture her child genius to a teenage boy charged with a hate crime, these great reads will keep you entertained all month long. More »Nine best new books to read this month
Are there really two sides to Rehtaeh Parsons' story? Writer Flannery Dean looks at the most important - and overlooked - point of all. More »Is Christie Blatchford wrong about Rehtaeh Parsons?
How putting offending men in the hot seat may ensure their actions are taken more seriously More »Will naming and shaming curb violence against women?
We've seen the headlines, "Who wins the battle for maternity-style supremacy?" Flannery Dean looks at the damage comparing mothers-to-be does. More »The trouble with crowning a queen of pregnancy
When the Facebook COO released her book, Lean In, it was met with a flurry of criticism and over-the-top accusations. Why so much hate? Caroline Cakebread offers one interesting theory. More »The real reason Sheryl Sandberg's book was criticized
Flannery Dean reflects on the the tragedy in Boston and tries to make sense of the devastation caused by two young brothers. More »What drove the Boston bombers to do what they did?
We look at The New York Times Magazine cover story in which Anthony Weiner's wife Huma Abedin, adeptly counters the criticism for her decision to stay in her marriage. More »Does forgiveness show compassion or weakness?
The stereotypes around separate beds have changed and it seems sleeping apart isn't so bad at all. More »How sleeping apart can make for a happier relationship