Dan sought input from Master AJ (photographed) for answers to a question from a gay male reader about financial domination.
A woman wasn't happy with her boyfriend's choice about whom to visit on the big day.
Dan Savage tells another letter writer that there’s no need to rush into a relationship with a married man, especially considering that he has no plans to leave his wife for two years.
Dan’s heavy-bondage consultant—who changed his sexual identity from straight to queer—tells a fretful fetishist that playing with other men can be just like playing golf.
Dan Savage answers a grab bag of letters, including one from a woman with an entirely new take on “service” dogs and another about the safety of urethral probing.
Letters on closure during sex, swinging apps, and a gay man who wants to offer a gift of thanks to a straight friend.
Dan Savage tries to put things in perspective for a woman who received a rude surprise after a fantastic session of oral sex.
Dan also offers advice to an older man who prefers younger women and to a woman whose boyfriend issues overly restrictive edicts.
Dan advises an AMAB reader who identifies as nonbinary and leans “toward femininity” that they can self-identify as a lesbian because there are no identity cops out there.
Sometimes, it’s important to take a good look at yourself when you're feeling frustrated in the dating pool.
Dan Savage savages a reader who outed a boyfriend who may be gay.
Jealousy and desire flare up at different times for one letter writer.
Dan's first letter writer wants to know if she should talk to her boyfriend about a sexually transmitted infection with symptoms.
Plus, she wants to know if the guy committed sexual assault.
Also, letters on sex-positive terminology, urethral-electrode sounds, masturbation, orgasm denial, and straight guys who demean gay men.
Holding one’s pee for a manipulative spouse can lead to potentially serious health complications.
Dan’s expert says that as long as you are doing no harm on the hookup site, you can indulge your kinks.
Dan Savage advises a reader who was shocked by the revelation.