Is there any reason to “come out” as asexual? And is snooping on a partner as bad as cheating on one? Roe offers advice on two dilemmas.
Tag: Ask Roe
Roe: On Hooking up with Taken Guys, and Unequal Oral
One reader asks how to stop herself from getting together with guys in relationships, and another asks why guys are so slow to go down on girls.
Roe: On Faking It, and What Milo Said
“I hate the idea of faking orgasms but should I just do it?” asks a reader.
Roe: On Safe Skype Sex, and Trendy Gym Clothes
Roe McDermott answers one reader’s question about how to stay safe while being intimate online in a long-distance relationship, and another’s on gym clothes.
Roe: On Transphobia in Film, and Sex as Sinful
Roe McDermott reflects on the darker side of M. Night Shyamalan’s new horror film, Split, and responds to one reader struggling with her Christian past and present sex life.
Roe: On Trump and Shame, and on Sex Dreams
Advice columnist Roe McDermott answers questions from two readers on Trump, shame and prostitutes, and from a third reader on sex dreams.
Roe: On Sex after Trauma, and New Year’s Sex Resolutions
Roe responds to a woman who was raped and wants to overcome the anxiety she now feels during sex. Also: Roe offers her new year’s sex resolutions.
Roe: on Nice Guys Who Creep, and How to Speak Up
One reader asks how to respond to messages from guys she has rejected on Tinder, and another asks how to confront homophobia among elderly relatives.
Roe: on Acceptance, and on Sex and Bad Digestion
Roe McDermott responds to one reader who worries that his brother-in-law won’t accept it if his son is gay, and another reader who questions why she has stomach problems after sex.
Roe: On Small Penises, and on PrEP in Ireland
One reader worries that her partner’s small genitalia could be a sign of health problems, and another wonders whether PrEP is available in Ireland yet.