A man’s new boyfriend has the same name of a former abuser of his. How can he get over the horrible association?
Her boyfriend’s penis always goes soft when she tries to go down. What on earth is she doing wrong?
Dan welcomes comedian, writer and actress Ophira Eisenberg (host of NPR’s “Ask Me Another”) to discuss the wisdom of face tattoos and the sexiness of mansplaining.
Should he stay in the closet just long enough to graduate and then begin the lifelong project of exacting his revenge?
Mom has been having an affair for 17 years, and Dad just found out about it.
A woman finds herself in the middle of a poly free-for-all.
Sherman Alexie and Dan discuss white chicks who embrace “Native American spirituality,” how to pretend to be abstinent to placate your psychopathic preacher, and whether it’s creepy to ask your younger girlfriend to call you “daddy”.
Conservatives smile with their mouths. But liberals smile with their eyes.
This week Dan welcomes the retired gay Episcopal Bishop of New Hampshire, Gene Robinson, as well as a Rabbi Jeremy Gerber to tackle some thorny religion/sex issues.
After a long dry spell, a woman's husband is finally going down on her. But his stubble is causing considerable discomfort.
Listen in as Dan deftly navigates through the kind of theoretical quandary that only a conservative silly person could present.
This week, we are delighted to welcome Dr. Kara Cadwallader from Planned Parenthood to answer a backlog of medical questions about herpes, meningitis, IUDs, and the good ol' flu.