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Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Under the Kilt: Breaking down the ins and outs of taking a break

  “Just let it die / With no goodbyes / Details don’t matter / We both paid the price,” a wonderful vocalist named Mariah Carey once sang. Carey brings up a prominent point, however, that...

Under the Kilt: Relationship Red Flags

“Should I give up, or should I just keep chasing pavements?” was a pressing question posed by Adele in 2011 that still rings true today. Relationships can be the most wonderfully poisonous things that...

Under the kilt: Tough love or rough love?

Stripped down and vulnerable? Or confident and ambitious? These are the questions that people are burning to know when they get into a relationship with a significant other. Believe it or not, there is...

Introducing your new flame

One of the biggest obstacles that come with relationships are often your parents or their parents. Parents can be the catalyst for many problems that might plague a relationship. They're essentially the gatekeepers of...

Under the Kilt: How Porn is Faking It and Making It

Did you know that every second, 28,258 Internet viewers are watching porn? And, not surprisingly, about 72 percent of those viewers are men. These statistics may bother many spouses or conservative individuals, but it’s...

Under the Kilt: On Being Gay and Christian

It’s a strange feeling to be a walking oxymoron. No one really expects you to be gay when you’re a Christian nor are you really expected to be Christian when you’re gay. Like some...

Under the Kilt: Moving forward after a toxic relationship

Being a victim of a toxic relationship is hard, especially since you are oftentimes blinded by it. If I had a penny for everytime I heard someone say, “But I love them and you...

Under the Kilt: The secret to happiness

The value of any human being can only be measured by the riches in his or her pockets or daily outfit. If you can't sense a gold mine from the first step, please refrain...

Under the Kilt: Best friends with benefits

I’m sure we’re all familiar with the “best friends that are also a couple” motif present in both life and fiction. There’s Marshall and Lily from “How I Met Your Mother.” There’s Harry and...