Dan Savage advises a reader who was shocked by the revelation.
Dan advises one member of a gay marriage to have guilt-free sex with a coworker after his partner declared he was no longer interested in sex.
Plus, Dan offers advice regarding a fit man who keeps losing his erection and resentment linked to a sexual tryst.
Plus, questions about opening up a marriage to new partners, spanking, and how to persuade a partner to enjoy foreplay.
Dan Savage maintains that people can set limits within reason on obliging a partner’s kink and still be GGG.
Plus, a 24-year-old virgin, Dan's use of the language, and how to deal with an abusive clergyman.
If you think walking in on two people getting it on is awkward, try inviting your bi lover to dinner with your parents only to discover that he once had a threesome with them.
A letter writer wants to know what to do when his spouse repeatedly brings home a case of the crabs.
What happens in the hot tub between couples at a vacation home stays in the hot tub—unless someone tells.
Plus, what's a man supposed to do with a hall pass when he's in love with his girlfriend?
And what does being in "good working order" really mean?
Plus, bi siblings come out, straight guy experiments with trans sex workers, and a closeted pec lover.
Dan Savage advises a reader who subscribes to a neighbour’s porn service that he probably shouldn’t mention it if they bump into each other while running errands.
Dan advises a swinging couple to disclose their herpes status.
A couple that met on FetLife and fell in love is now facing difficulties over porn, sexual secrets, and cuckolding.
The Golden Rule can get in the way of secret perving.
Dan Savage points out that longtime relationships can often survive cheating, but sometimes you have to draw the line.
Dan responds to a hetero woman who doesn't want to make her partner feel self-conscious.