What’s Love Got to Do with It? review: Fickle feel-good film falls flat
Working Title’s latest romantic comedy leaves much to be desired
Navigating long-distance for the first time
Lifestyle discusses the anxieties of long-distance relationships, how to navigate them, and how to not let a period of long-distance be defined by missing your partner.
Switching on your ‘university brain’
A long break from uni is both a gift and a curse. Finally, we get a moment to breathe, to switch off, and relax. But, this only makes coming back to uni in January harder. Lifestyle discusses the trials and tribulations of switching on your ‘university brain’
Alice, Darling review: A poignant portrayal of psychological abuse
Mary Nighy’s directorial debut explores themes of female friendship and coercive control
Thursday – the new Friday?
Thursday is a dating app which promises something other than your usual, tired, swipe-left-swipe-right, never-actually-go-on-date, dating app. Thursday is helping us to reclaim the online-dating scene in safe and comfortable ways
Agony Aunt Angela: A library full of possibilities
Flustered, a distracted student reaches out to Aunt Angela about a library crush. But is it possible to overcome your fears and find love in the Ali G? Or should they just keep dreaming from afar?
Crying in Manchester: Japanese Breakfast at the Albert Hall
Japanese Breakfast performs with jubilance at Manchester’s Albert Hall as part of their long-awaited tour of their new album, Jubilee
A cure for homesickness: Books to annotate and gift to loved ones
The winter blues can sometimes make homesickness unbearable. Stay connected with those at home with our creative gift exchange idea: book annotations
Agony Aunt Angela: Trapped by tears
A student stuck in a toxic relationship needs out, but can’t seem to stay single for long. Can Aunt Angela help them dump their ex guilt free?
Agony Aunt Angela: Heartbreak hotel
“Someone I know had their heart broken nearly a year ago. But they aren’t able to get over it…” Have a friend in need? Aunt Angie’s here!
We’re launching the Mancunion’s newest section about all things sex and relationships – an inclusive space for all bodies and genders
Agony Aunt Angela: Dating and depression
“My boyfriend is going through a depressive episode at the moment, but it only seems to show in our relationship…”
Sex Toys: A beginner’s guide to reclaim your body
Buying your first sex toy and reclaiming your right to sexual pleasure can be daunting, but we’re here to guide you through it!
Why we don’t leave
With unpublished testimonies of friends, I explore the realities of unhealthy relationships, and why it is we don’t just leave
An Equal Relationship: Do entrenched norms still define dating?
Traditional ideas of who does what when dating is still out there, but why?
Agony Aunt Angela: Cum on Eileen
“Sex with my boyfriend is rare, and when we do have sex, I rarely finish. Is this Orgasm?” Can Agony Aunt Angela save this sex life?
Agony Aunt Angela: Toxic Troubles
“They’re getting manipulated. I love them, but I don’t know how to help them.” Can Agony Aunt Angela fix this?…
FUZE UK x POM Valentine’s Tour: Meet, Match and Make Connections
Make a real connection this month and head down to a unique Valentine’s event in the city where you can meet your match and dance till dawn
Love in lockdown: How to make this Valentine’s Day one to remember
Lucy Evans offers her advice on how to make Valentine’s Day special this year, despite the lockdown restrictions
Are romantic relationships really important?
King Peter of Portugal killed because of love, but is it really all that? Laura Thompson questions whether love is really as important as it is made out to be