• Q&A: My Husband Has Gonorrhea—Did He Cheat?

    A wife wonders if a gonorrhea diagnosis means her husband cheated, and another listener wonders if lambskin condoms are worth trying.

  • 6 Affairs & What They Have To Do With Your Mother

    Knowing about the six types of affairs, along with our emotional needs, may help us better understand infidelity in romantic relationships.

  • College Growing Pains: Ending High School Relationships

    For better or worse, if you tried to keep a relationship going after high school, college often means the end of that romantic relationship.

  • Monogamy: Long-Lasting Tradition Or Old-Fashioned Restriction?

    A recent study in Family Process journal suggests that monogamy is on the rise in the United States. But, what are monogamy and non-monogamy?

  • Dan Savage Interview, Part 3: It’s Not Easy Being Non-Monogamous

    Dan Savage talks about promoting activism amongst readers of his column and listeners of his podcast. And, he explains his controversial views on monogamy.

  • Cheating Or Non-Monogamy? The Difference May Matter For Health

    A new study of gay relationships in SF finds that nearly half of the couples maintain “open relationships,” and nearly half are monogamous - few are discrepant.