Ask Amy finally responds to criticism over her rape advice . . . with more bad advice.
“After saying in advance that she didn’t want to have sex, she did have sex.” Huh?
I would expect someone from [law school] to be more educated, careful, respectful and circumspect. I’m not sure why I would expect that, but I’ll adjust. Ask Amy hasn’t used her column to address the giant raging shitstorm* she created with a November answer about “date” rape, but she did take the time to e-mail […]
There is a lot of bad advice in this column, but this—this is destructive, dangerous, and negligent. Amy takes a rape victim who is incapable of admitting that she was a rape victim, and suggests that she dial up her rapist in order to “determine what happened.” He raped her after taking her into a […]
Dan Savage has the reputation for being the wild and crazy advice columnist. Porn! Human pets! Earlobe penetration! But – call me desensitized to the decline of Western Civilization if you must – some days it strikes me, bad words and bodily fluids aside, as an utterly sensible, conservative column about a somewhat narrow range […]
Ask Amy originates at the Chicago Tribune, but when Amy got married she told the New York Times.