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DEAR SUGAR, The Rumpus Advice Column #33: Orgasm-Friendly Zone

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“Yes, you are obliged to tell the men you’re sleeping with regularly that you’re not sleeping with them exclusively. There are no exceptions to this rule. Ever. For anyone. Under any circumstances. People have the right to know if the people they are fucking are also fucking other people.”

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DEAR SUGAR, The Rumpus Advice Column #25

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Dear Sugar, I really like this boy who I work with and I’m pretty sure that he fancies me. We’re both single and are constantly flirting with each other. I think we should give a relationship a go, but I’m afraid that it might ruin our friendship. Everyone who knows us has already said that […]

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DEAR SUGAR, The Rumpus Advice Column #24

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Dear Sugar, I currently work three jobs. One is an office job I hate that I spend thirty hours a week at. One is an unpaid internship I love, and that offers me the experience I need for future goals. I work around twenty to thirty hours a week there. The last is a side […]

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DEAR SUGAR, The Rumpus Advice Column #22

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Dear Sugar, My best friend just got out of a shitty marriage and, fairly quickly, met an amazing guy. He’s unbelievably hot, super smart, employed, and completely into her. He has some issues (don’t we all?), but mostly he seems great. She is over the moon. Here’s the problem—I’m being kind of bitchy about him!

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DEAR SUGAR, The Rumpus Advice Column #20

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Dear Sugar, My best friend asked me the other day if my husband and I still make out. I had to think about that for a minute because I couldn’t really remember the last time we actually made out. We got to talking and she said that it really bothers her that sometimes her and […]

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DEAR SUGAR, The Rumpus Advice Column #19

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Dear Sugar, An old friend recently called for advice. She sounded miserable. She turned 25 last week and went to the city to celebrate, and it brought back all these dormant aspirations to live in New York. She’d been accepted into fashion school and a tragedy kept her from going

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