Karin Jones is Erotic Review’s Relationships Editor.
Karin practiced medicine in the U.S. for 18 years before moving to England and tapping into her lusty views on midlife dating, sex and love. She’s back in the U.S. now, raising a son, wrestling with menopause, and rumbling with the varieties of human relationships. She’s had work published in The New York Times, The Times of London, Huff Post and Sydney Daily Telegraph. Find her in Love & Sex writing the bi-monthly Savvy Love column. You can write to her at email@example.com.
Introducing: Savvy Love
What Brexit Says About Your Love Life
The Paradox Of Choice
Polyamory Or Polyfuckery?
Get Pissed With Your Jealousy
Speak Your Body Language
Are You Practising The Magic Ratio?
How Bondage Can Better Your Health
Friends with All Sorts of Benefits
The Anatomy of Attachment
The Ultrasonic Truth About Squirting
Sense and Sexuality
The Desire Divide
Dump Your Invisible Girlfriend
The Gift of Generosity
Love Sex? Quit Watching Porn
How to be a Good Flirt
The Woman Divide
Get Dumped With Grace
Porn (Somewhat) Reconsidered
Fidelity vs Monogamy: Do You Need Both?
The Sweet & Savory of Slow Sex
Midlife Dating: It’s an Attitude
The Importance of Friends Without Benefits
The Four Horsemen: How to Spot Trouble in Your Relationship
Love in the Time of Coercion
The Four Agreements of Internet Dating
The ‘Do Something’ Principle of Sex
Attraction and the Neanderthal Brain
Micro-Cheating: Is This the New Puritanism?
Which Comes First: Arousal vs Desire
The Kids are Alright: The Future of Sex
With Liberty and Compersion For All
Sex, Lies, and Laying Blame
Let’s Get Over Our Genitals, Shall We?
When Art Confers True Pleasure
The Semantics of Sexuality
Which Comes First? Arousal vs Desire
50 Shades of Matrimony
What Do Men Want?
The Revolution is About to Devour It’s Young
Sex and Civic Responsibility
The End of Sex?
The Thermodynamics of Love
The Infidelity Files, Part 1: The Cheater
The Varieties of Orgasmic Experience
The Infidelity Files, Part 2: On Walking Through Fire
Your Brain on Lust and Loss
On Being Out of Love