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There’s compelling evidence to indicate that a sea-change in our thinking and behaviour is afoot, so has monogamy been cast adrift on the shifting sands of sexuality?

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By creating a gender-neutral acting award, MTV has grabbed much-needed attention for itself and Emma Watson. For others, it just means one fewer opportunity

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Moving house means a new start and deciding what matters, so maybe it’s time to admit that television no longer needs to be a part of my life

Adversity reaction: the verdict on Sheryl Sandberg's sequel

Adversity reaction: the verdict on Sheryl Sandberg's sequel

Sandberg's latest book, Option B, may be less than perfect but that is precisely why it works

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Selfie fever continues to rage unabated, with a new exhibition in London devoted to the ‘art’ form. But what does it say about the times we live in?

Off Message: Nadine O'Regan on the lost art of moderation

Off Message: Nadine O'Regan on the lost art of moderation

In our binge-or-bust culture, the Good Friday drink ban has to go, in order for us to embrace the most difficult routine of all

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RTÉ’s latest look at our national property nightmare laid bare the truth: when it comes to buying a home, the most important thing is to be lucky

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The Daily Mail’s ‘Legs-it’ front page was bad enough, but the article that accompanied it was yet another example of how some women can be other women’s worst enemies

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Ed Sheeran’s mind-boggling success is a sign that something, somewhere, has gone badly wrong in modern culture

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A mortgage ad featuring an older couple for whom everything worked out just fine has struck a nerve with the young

Private lives: Nadine O'Regan on the pitfalls of personal email

Private lives: Nadine O'Regan on the pitfalls of personal email

Nóirín O’Sullivan’s use of Gmail for work-related purposes is nothing out of the ordinary

Feminists who just happen to be men

Feminists who just happen to be men

What can men do to support feminism? Be present and vocal, even when some might argue about their inclusion

Mum’s the word

Mum’s the word

Childbirth is akin to running a marathon and causes anxiety in one out of four new mothers, so why aren’t we talking about it?

Happy Pear's Flynn twins: the perfect pair?

Happy Pear's Flynn twins: the perfect pair?

The Happy Pear brothers shocked their public with a recent TV performance. But will it call a halt to their success?

Loved ones in the literary dock

Loved ones in the literary dock

Do writers make for bad parents, or is John Banville just making excuses?