Instead of opening your relationship, it might be time to end it.
Tag: open relationship
‘Help, I’m a real-life 47-year-old virgin!’
Dan offers advice for losing it in middle age, handling potentially destructive secrets, and more.
‘Help, I WANT SEX all the time, with all sorts of people!’
Dan advises a woman whose libido has soared since she went off hormonal birth control, and more.
Can anal sex cause constipation? and other burning questions
Dan Savage enlists a doctor for advice on the nether regions, and more.
How to get laid without freaking out
Advice for a victim of sexual abuse and rape. Plus: Help, I snooped and discovered what I most feared!
‘Should I be worried about STDs from oral sex?’
Dan Savage advises a sixtysomething married man on safe sex in gay bathhouses, and more
One nonbinary person, two girlfriends
Dan Savage advises a nonbinary person in a polyamorous relationship with two “wonderful” girlfriends who don’t like each other, and more.
No sparks, no soap, no sex—what’s a nice guy to do?
Dan Savage on the rules of the game post Weinstein
Can a cuckold fetishist find satisfaction in a two-daddy poly relationship?
Plus: When should I and my 34-years-older daddy come out as a couple? and more
How do you deal with jealousy in an open relationship?
Plus: sharing a sub, playing safely on the road
A cuckold’s dilemma
Dan Savage advises a cuckold with a quandary, a girl in love but longing for an open relationship, and a married gay male with a dilemma of his own.
Slutting it up for beginners
Dan Savage advises a pan-curious newbie, a monogamish man whose open marriage now seems threatening, and more
Unlucky in the other kind of puppy love
Dan advises a lovelorn aficionado of puppy play, a woman posthysterectomy, and more
Do I take the advice of a ‘seduction blogger’?
Dan Savage countermands a pickup artist, offers advice on varying your sex life, and gives a pass to a young guy boning his best friend on the sly.
Dan on educating yourself about polyamory, fucking your partner while fantasizing about someone else, and reconsidering the #NotAllMen hashtag.