The Naked Advice

Model & Writer Liz LaPoint answers your questions about dating, sex, and relationships

Mark wrote: “I’m worried a partner would want to have a hallpass or a threesome, and I’m not okay with that at all. It makes me feel like I’m doing something wrong or they need to be able to have better sex that I could provide or something. Am I doing something wrong if I’ll …

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You’ve probably noticed a lot of women have tweeted and written as their Facebook status “Me too”, a collective awareness campaign to show people how common it is to be the victim of sexual assault or harassment. Sparked by the Harvey Weinstein allegations by too many women to count now, the national conversation on what …

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Zach wrote: “Hey Liz, a couple months ago I found out that I have a wedgie fetish. I don’t know if it is the humiliation or the pain that I like about it, but ever since then whenever I’m alone I pull my underwear over my head or hang myself by my underwear to whatever …

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Anonymous wrote: “I’ve just stumbled across your videos and blog. I’ve seen a lot on men wearing female clothing, pegging, cuckold, ect. I do all of these, but my wife has added a twist each month. When she is on her period she makes me wear an overnight pad the entire time until it’s over. …

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This is a complicated and sensitive topic but a necessary conversation to be had. What exactly is “Rape Culture”, and does it exist in the U.S.? Click here to watch the video and please give it a thumbs up if you like it! There was so much more I could’ve said in this video, but …

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Congratulations, America! We’re evolving and finally catching up to the rest of the developed world! The landmark United States Supreme Court ruling for marriage equality made me and my husband cry today. We shed happy tears as we read the headlines and articles announcing that homosexuals have a right to marry, a right that all …

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The recent events in Baltimore in response to Freddie Gray’s death, as well as the protests that have occurred in many other cities (Ferguson, et al) have initiated national conversations on race, politics, good cops vs. bad cops, and the “proper” way to respond to decades and centuries of abuse, oppression, and institutionalized racism. There’s …

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