Page 10: A celebration of cute couples and cheap date ideas, such as a picnic in the park, yoga or binge watching a TV show together.
Page 3: An article about online dating and responses to pop-song lyrics about love.
Page 4: A quiz to test if you're too clingy, a guide for life after a breakup and a poll about "players" vs "cheaters." Page 5: Cheesy pickup lines — "Are you a bank loan, because you've got my interest" — and a Q&A with students who have been cheated on.
A record number of Americans are single after all, and the percentage of those singles using dating websites continues to grow, especially among young people.
The number of 18- to 24-year-olds who go online to find dates has tripled since 2013, according to a Pew Research Center report. He met his girlfriend on Christian Mingle, in fact."I've been on Match, OK Cupid, Plenty of Fish, e Harmony," he said. I just feel like the honesty in the relationships came out a lot later on those sites.
Page 18: A look at dating stereotypes, such as whether guys should pick up the tab on dates and who should ask out whom.
Page 19: A personal essay about a couple that has been together for three years and favorite love songs.
Plainfield High School students published a robust dating guide filled with articles about safe dating, break-ups and first kisses.
But one page is stirring a controversy that could cost the 2017 teacher of the year her job.
Here's a rundown of the 24-page guide: Page 1: The cover.
Page 2: A look at how dating has changed and the differences between dating codes for girls and guys.
Page 20: Advice on how to make a relationship work between students who are different ages and in different grades.