Savage Love Column

If the only thing you like about your current girlfriend is the fact that she’s trans, you’re probably guilty of objectifying her.
I’m sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but this isn't a "not yet" situation. It's a "not ever" situation.
I have never once received “enthusiastic oral” from my husband of 18 years, but a few new online friends are willing to orally service me.
I’m a 27-year-old straight guy who’s been in an open relationship for six years. I often seek out extracurricular activities, but I am unsure of how to bring up my situation without doors closing.
You’ve chosen to slap the “infidelity” label on his actions, and now you feel compelled to have a full-blown my-boyfriend-cheated-on-me meltdown.
I’m not worried about being hit on, but I feel like hanging out at a gay club would be somewhat dishonest.
Fuck, Dan, I love this guy, but “retiring” has never been so hard and so scary.
Straight couples looking for a bi female third—someone both partners can share and enjoy—call that person a “unicorn”, a mythical beast, because they're so damn rare.
I don’t know is how to contact someone to do this. I don’t want someone who’s got a disease or someone with a boyfriend just waiting to break in and rob everyone.
I don’t want to cause unnecessary awkwardness, but I also want people to love and accept me for who I am.