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Pharmaceuticals vs. Alternative Medicines

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A reader asks: “Do you really think natural foods or alternative medicines have any benefits? Isn’t all that just birdseed and seaweed?”

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Looking at the bright side

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A reader asks: “I’ve heard people say, ‘Look at the bright side!’ But what could possibly be bright about bullying or gay bashing or AIDS?”

Fetishism 101

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A reader asks: “My ex was into the fetish scene and now, two years later, I’m beginning to find it very interesting myself. Any advice for first timers?”

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Expectation is the word disappointment in disguise

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A reader asks: “Sometimes my partner just doesn’t get me. It’s so frustrating. I don’t mean to expect unreasonable things from her, but how can I get my needs met without losing my mind from having to ask for every little thing I need or want? Must I always ask?”

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Getting back together for the second time?

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A reader asks: “I broke up with my ex about two years ago. Now he wants to get back together again, but it’s always just to see if the relationship will work this time. Should I give him another chance?”

It’s all a numbers game

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A reader asks, “As an American living in Montreal I’m finding gay men not nearly as friendly here as in the States. How do I get these self-absorbed gays to talk and/or eventually date me?”

But my boyfriend’s not ugly to me

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I’m a gay male whose hubby moved to California a year ago for work and is soon returning. Now, he’s afraid I won’t like him because he hasn’t worked out since he left. I told him I of course still love him. But how can I prove it?