Q. My boyfriend confronted me last night and told me that he felt I wasn’t being supportive of him enough (we go to grad school together, and we’re taking one class together; I gave him a B+ on his presentation). I tried to apologize and told him that I wasn’t aware it meant a lot to him (the presentation didn’t carry a lot of marks to begin with), but he told me that my apologies are not genuine and that he doesn’t believe anything I say, anyway. Read More Stay or Go: The Weight of the Flawed
Q. My husband and I have had anal sex many times and each time we do, I find myself singing to myself, “I can’t get no satisfaction,” because this helps me to relax and, quite frankly, I can’t get any satisfaction out of this. It hurts so bad. Are there any other tips you can give me that will help me to relax more. Also, will butt plugs actually stretch the ass so it will be more comfortable? He loves doing this, and is a great and caring lover. I really want to please my husband and also be able to enjoy what he loves to do. HELP”¦ Read More Anal Is As Anal Does: What To Do When You Carry Someone’s Load
My husband can be a bit of a pill about some things. And by pill, I mean words that are more fitting for after the jump, so here we go. Read More Just Say Thank You!! Argh!!
The two body problem ““ it sounds like it’d be a physics problem, right? Something to do with gravitational pull between two planets or other celestial bodies is what I think of. But, as people in academia know, the two body problem refers to the problem of relationships between professional academics. Read More Women in Academia: The Two Body Problem