There is a really interesting new interactive article up at the New York Times (NYT). The NYT has a section called "Modern Love," and it is written by their readers. People write essays, send them to the NYT, and some of them are published each week.
For this newest article, they did some research using all the essays that people have sent in for the past 4 years. They looked at the most common words, and then they mapped them based on gender. They found some very interesting patterns. Men and women tend to use different words to talk about love.
Take a look at some of the results in this chart and in the original article!