One reader asks why people have different stories about how the pill affects them. Another wonders how to handle her Ross-and-Rachel situation. Roe answers.
Tag: Ask Roe
Roe: On Trump and Locker Rooms, and on Open Relationships
Roe McDermott says it’s not enough to pretend to be shocked about Donald Trump saying he assaults women, and she advises a man who worries he’ll have to learn to love open relationships to date in this day and age.
Roe: On Explaining Feminism, and Myths of Hypersexuality
Roe McDermott answers one reader who wants his girlfriend to talk about feminism, and another who asks of its racist to say one race is better in bed than another.
Roe: Casual Sextiquette
In this week’s column, our advice columnist answers a question from a reader about how to end a friends-with-benefits arrangement, and then touches on a couple of other points of casual-sex etiquette.
Roe: on Private Parts and Politicians, and Trouble with Orgasms
A reader queries whether the media is right to cover Anthony Weiner’s sexting scandal, and another says she’s worried she can’t orgasm in company.
Roe: On Medicine and Low Libidos, and on Talking to Teenagers
One reader asks for a way to boost her sex drive while on antidepressants, and another asks how she can ensure a teenage sibling gets advice that empowers.
Roe: When Is a Blow Job a Blow Job? And Period Fear
One reader questions her boyfriend’s definition of a blow job, and another reader wonders if she should apologise for getting her period. Roe has answers.
Roe: On Dealing with Surprising Scars and Body Shapes
Our advice columnist counsels one man on explaining old self-harm scars to new partners, and another on how to react upon realising a dating-site profile was misleading.
Roe: How Not to Set Up a Threesome, and Hooded Clits
One woman thinks she might have broken threesome etiquette, and another is worried there’s something abnormal about her clit. Roe has answers.
Roe: A Lack of Affection, and Topless Women
One reader asks whether to stay in a relationship that lacks physical intimacy, and another asks why it’s okay for guys to go topless but not women.