Even if you have an enthusiastic partner in bed, if their techniques are off the mark and you don’t orgasm then you need to speak up. So how do you ask for what you want in bed?
Our Agony Aunt has been asked what to do when a friend admits she is cheating on her partner … and you’re friends with both of them.
Our Agony Aunt explains that humans are wired to be attracted to other people, whether you’re in a relationship or not.
Much like Ella & Mitch from MAFS, this member feels she might be in a situationship rather than a relationship and asks Dear Amie for her advice.
In this month’s Ask Amie we go ghostbusting with one member who has mastered the digital disappearing act but is regretting his most recent Houdini performance.
Should you care that your partner watches weird porn behind your back? Our resident Agony Aunt answers another tough question from a member.
Our Agony Aunt pulls no punches when one of our members asked why some women don’t want to hook up with him despite him being honest on his profile about being married.
I broke up with my boyfriend of 18 months recently. Now he is telling me he wants me back and promises me he’ll change. I don’t want to go back to how our relationship used to be. Should I take him back or cut him off?
Dear Amie, Help! I’m just not very confident in the bedroom. I worry about stupid things. How can I stop this inner voice because it’s taking away the sexiness of having casual sex?
I try and be the nice guy and end up being friend zoned or treated like the gay best friend... do I have to pretend to be a dickhead and start downing protein powder and taking gym selfies just to meet a woman?