I think she’s being the most supportive—and she’s exactly what you want in a best friend, because she’s in your corner and she’s supporting you as a whole person. She’s giving you some solid advice here—this is a bad idea. It is. Darling, this is a terrible idea.
What years of telling strangers what to do about their problems has taught me about dealing with my own.
I’ve been on both sides of the hiring table. I’ve been the one applying for a job and the one interviewing job applicants. Here’s what I’ve learned.
So you’re gay and you’re getting married and, oh yeah, you’ve never come out to your grandmother. Do you invite her? How?
“So I’ve met someone new. And I’m wondering about my toys. I’ve heard it’s taboo to use the same toys on a new partner.”
Need help flirting “in a way that’s subtle enough to fly over a straight girl’s head, but be picked up on by LBPQ woman?” Read on!
Like, I think about buying a coffee and then am like “no no self, you can’t do that – you would need to speak to a person.”
You broke up a long time ago and you’re cool with each other, but still fight just like you did when you were together. Is that, uh, normal?
In which we discuss the concept of safer dating.
Quick and dirty advice for someone who might want to look for dates somewhere else, a depressed mother of two who I wish I could hug, and a person who really enjoys the company of herself. Get in here!
The good news is: your wife’s new hip will probably make your sex life even better! Here’s some tips for easing back into it.
You can be poly and married and want to date, but no one will know what your deal is until you tell them, so tell them up front.
Quick and dirty advice for a brand new lesbian in Chicago, a small town bird who’s ready to be in the same room with her ex, and someone who’s tired of being The Gay One. Get in here!
What to do if your friends and family start asking about that new binder you’re wearing.
Quick and loving advice for three queers who need our help! A home wrecker (but not really) in a sticky situation, a bisexual who’s feeling torn, and a closeted queer in the South who’s staying that way. Get in here!
Why are you crying again? How are you supposed to handle this? What are feelings and why do you keep having them? Let’s find out!
There is a world in which your nails do not bleed onto paper and you don’t want to cry from how much it hurts to do anything with your hands (which is a lot of things), and it is a world you could most definitely come to live in in time.
How to explore kinky sex with a kinky partner when you have no experience whatsoever.
In which I talk to my asexual brother about what they wanted and what they did when they first came out as ace.
HOW WILL YOU EVER KNOW?