Dear Di: Flirty and a little dirty

You should also know that it’s OK to like a little attention from prospective suitors, even if you know you’re not planning to take it further. Often times what happens is that people get a little complacent when they pair up, and settle into a not-so-sexy routine.

Dear Di: Fuck the patriarchy

My boyfriend and I have tried watching porn together for the last few months, but everything seems sexist. I try to get into it, but every time I just keep thinking about racial and social inequalities, and were the actors paid enough, and was anyone exploited and, well, you get the point.

Dear Di: Protecting and Erecting

When we discuss protection in Canada, we often mean birth control. While preventing unwanted pregnancies is extremely important to the wellbeing of young people, so is protecting against infection and disease.

Dear Di: DILFs

The first thing you should do is talk to your DILF and figure out where he stands on whether he would expect you to meet his kids, interact with them, or take care of them at all. Chances are he’s probably not ready to introduce someone new to them, but it’s good to be on the same page.

Dear Di: Getting a little (eco) freaky

While we all know that recycling, taking public transit, and limiting our consumption of animal products can all help reduce our environmental footprints, you can also take steps in the bedroom to make your sex life a little greener.

Dear Di: Sex robots

Introducing a technology that has the potential of giving one partner the utmost pleasure, without any concern for the consent or comfort of the other partner, could have serious impacts for real world couples.

Dear Di: Online Orgasm

Distance makes the heart grow fonder, but what’s less known is how much more responsive the clitoris and/or penis can become.

Dear Di: Raunch Rookie

Check in with them when you’re getting hot and heavy, ask them what they like, and don’t worry if there are a few awkward moments.