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You Are Never Gay Enough!

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A reader asks: “Why do gay people always have to push the limits, like the way they dress, act and the art they produce? It’s often so over the top. When is too much, too much?”

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P-town, Wilton Manors, Palm Springs, Oh My!

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A reader asks: “The love of my life and I are starting to make plans for our gay honeymoon. What would you suggest?”

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My Ex Is Back and He Wants To…Date!

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A reader asks: “My ex just moved back to my area after being away for seven months! Not a call or a letter, nothing! Now he wants to get back together. Don’t you think seven months is too long to keep someone hanging and expect them to get back together?”

Young, Gifted and Gay!

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A reader asks: “I’m writing to you because I’m 18, gay and live in a small town. There’s not a lot for me to do. It seems that if you’re not of drinking age or live in a big city, you’re considered a gay outcast. Sometimes, I think there’s no place for me! Help!”

So Your Husband Wants To Do Drag

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A reader asks: “Suddenly, out of nowhere, my husband wants to do drag. Is there anything I can say to change his mind?”

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Your Secret’s NOT Safe With Me

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A reader asks: “My best friend won’t talk to me anymore because I told someone something about her that I swore I would never tell. Don’t you think it’s wrong to give up a long-time friendship just because someone slipped?”

Oh No, Not Drag!

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A reader asks: “Recently, a guy I’ve been dating just told me he did drag. He’s so masculine. I never suspected it. I’m afraid that seeing him in drag will ruin my sexual attraction for him. Help!”

When To Tell The Truth? When To Shut Up?

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A reader asks: “My new girlfriend has a four-year-old daughter that she conceived by sleeping with a man just to get pregnant. She has never told the father or the daughter about each other. However, I feel strongly that they both have a right to know. My girlfriend disagrees and never intends to tell either one of them. What do you think, and should I tell the father?: