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Sorting People on the Basis of Their Genitalia, Legal Definitions of Madness, Painting the Kitchen, Coconut Milk Panna Cotta and Almond Fruit Tart

    I drove to Florence to meet an old friend and his daughter. They had come in this kind of hellish way to spend two days sightseeing in the blistering heat with a billion other tourists. Even Florence is … Continue reading

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“My bi-sexual boyfriend wants to sleep with men but stay with me.” Proper Advice from a Psychoanalytic Viewpoint

I’m 31 and in a┬árelationship with a bisexual man. We’ve had a tempestuous on/off “thing” for the past three years (including a year when I regularly cheated on my then boyfriend) with both of us being unwilling to commit. Five … Continue reading

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“My husband is addicted to gay porn and meets men in saunas. Is he gay?” Proper Advice from a Psychoanalytic Viewpoint

I am a 38-year-old woman, married for three years, with three children under the age of four. Six weeks ago I discovered that my husband has been chatting to men online via Gaydar and other similar sites, and emailing one … Continue reading

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