The most memorable doughnut of my life was from the Do-Rite that used to be right around the corner from Petterino’s. It was the morning of my divorce. My soon-to-be […]
Midwestern emo cornerstone Bob Nanna made his bones working guarded feelings into nervy posthardcore with anthemic ambitions. Nanna started his streak in the early 90s with teenage band Friction, and […]
Noah Baumbach’s latest film about divorce shows both parents not as enemies but as humans
Is it so wrong to want to be desired? Plus: yes, women can be cuckolds, and more
Plus: What’s good for the gander is good for the gander.
Dan Savage advises a woman aroused by fantasies of humiliating others, and one fed up with her husband’s demands for public sex.
A new indie comedy and a new Belgian drama expose the underside of matrimony.
The Sarah Book, the author’s latest, is a “fictional” account of his personal experiences.
For one last time, Dan Savage advises unhappy people in a sexless but otherwise good marriage. Plus: degrees of sleaze, pursuing the unwitting cougar
Dan Savage advises a reformed cheater—and an unreformed and unrepentant one.
Dan Savage issues another DTMFA directive, plus bondage with a baby on board and marriage sans sex for 11 years and counting
Dan advises a married woman desperate for enthusiastic oral and a female victim of Traumatic Masturbatory Syndrome.
Dan on staying faithful, exploring BDSM without the sex, and embarking on a fantasy facial
Dan Savage on cuckoldry, an undergrad’s dilemma, and an enthusiastic deep-throater with safety concerns.
In the Art Institute’s “Impressionism, Fashion, and Modernity,” painter James Tissot’s muse stands in sharp focus.