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A rather Freudian and ghoulish song

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A song of blind romantic love, motherhood, and cold vanity. (Public domain photo)

“It is often our friends or our mother who warn us against a bad romantic choice. Sometimes our love is so strong that we prefer to sacrifice the mother, go against her, and kill her metaphorically.”

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1003 Nights: “Und weiter und fort”

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    Julie Schöttner, winner of 1003 Nights Contest. (Photo © Rico Molaro / Opera on Tap)
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    Audience at Cocktail Open Mic Vol. 4, where Julie Schöttner read. (Photo © Rico Molaro / Opera on Tap)

“On the one hand, I wanted to create a kind of snapshot and write about a night which in itself is so complete and saturated that it deeply enriches you. Andererseits wollte ich über zwei Unbekannte schreiben, die sich in eben einer solchen Nacht finden, einen vollkommenen Moment teilen, und sich dann wieder verlieren.”

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Dr. Amorous: how to be a good guy

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How to be a good guy and avoid harassing a woman. (Photo: public domain)

A guide on where the line is between courtship and harassment – courtesy of our friendly neighborhood date doctor.

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Dr. Amorous: 10 scenarios, 50 date ideas

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Date ideas with Dr. Amorous. Public domain photo.

After this, you’ll have no excuse not to ask them out – whatever dating culture they come from. (Welcome to our new relationship advice column!)

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Feline and Strange: love and “Your Life”

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Feline and Strange, Your life video still, videographer: Keren Chernizon

Dating in our modern world is complicated. “And they lived happily ever after” is not as easy as the fairy tales told us.

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The boyfriends of birthdays past

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Birthdays are much better with mutual acceptance (though muffins wouldn't hurt either).

They increasingly became part of the celebration, rather than the chief reason to celebrate.

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