Snoopers might find things they don’t need to know.
Dan Savage believes that dealing/coping with a mental-health issue means that you are in “good working order”.
Dan Savage advises a reader to use a voice memo app to leave messages for a friend who gets off on cuckolding details.
Dan Savage says that when a pattern of cruel behaviour appears, don’t just wait for them to change.
Dan Savage turns the table on a letter writer upset about her husband's behaviour.
If pills have banished both your libido and your kinks, Dan Savage advises seeking medical help with a different dosage or a new drug.
Frontline workers may want to consider therapy if what they're experiencing on the job is affecting their sex lives at home.
Got a teenager who can’t seem to stop rooting through your bedroom drawers?
COVID-19 has taken a major toll on sex lives, with the stress caused by job loss a major contributor.
Advice columnist Dan Savage says there could be several reasons why a woman's former lover insisted on being so phallocentric during sex.
Although HIV treatment can render a person’s viral load undetectable, some jurisdictions require HIV-status disclosure.
It's in the Scrabble dictionary but that doesn't mean that this word is universally accepted.
Having sex is, well, weird, when the kid is at home.
Some leftover questions are answered in this column.
Unfortunately for one of Dan's letter writers who feels lust for actor Andrew Rannells (left), he already has a partner, actor Tuc Watkins.
A husband writes to Dan Savage about something that he finds revolting.
A letter writer is troubled that her girlfriend wants to see what other women are like.
When one partner’s insecurities about their appearance are amplified by the other’s total lack of attraction to them—and sex is absent—say “bye-bye”.