OutnumberedPrudie advises a sexually inexperienced woman whose boyfriend has been to orgies.
My Super Secret MarriageCan I marry my boyfriend for insurance but keep it from my family?
Trust FailPrudie advises a woman who doesn’t want kids, so had an abortion without telling her husband.
Help! I Want to Read More Dear Prudence.Prudie answers more of your questions, for Slate Plus members.
Sinking FeelingI don’t know what my disturbed friend will do if we go on this cruise she planned.
Wrecked ReputationPrudie counsels a letter writer on whether to tell the truth about a friend who died—and killed someone—driving drunk.
Apple as My EyeMy live-in girlfriend used her iPad to spy on my daughter.
Brothers’ BluesPrudie advises a man who cheated on his girlfriend, but she’s punishing his brother instead.
Urine TroubleMy nephew walked in on me peeing. Now his mother has started telling people I’m “pervy.”
Man ServantPrudie offers counsel about a man whose wife stays home and berates him while he works two jobs.
Trumped UpMy mother’s vitriolic support for the Donald is jeopardizing her job—and our relationship.
I Won’t Be Home for ChristmasPrudie counsels a woman whose sister makes family holiday visits miserable.
Long-Lost FriendMy best friend died in the second grade. I want to share how special she was before I forget.
Giant Sucking SoundPrudie offers advice about a co-worker who pumps breast milk in the middle of the open office.
Ashley Madison? Don’t Know Her.I found my husband in the cheating website’s hacked user list.
Mo’ Money, Mo’ ProblemsMore from Dear Prudence, only for Slate Plus members.
Top-Down ManagementMy boss wants to tell work we’re dating, but I’m the one who has to quit.
Battle of the Baby NamePrudie advises a woman incredibly hurt that another couple gave their baby a name similar to theirs.
Boyfriend Who’s Gone M.I.A.He’s being forced to work 100-hour weeks by his famous tech company.
Southern DiscomfortPrudie advises a student who feels pressure to take scholarship money from a Confederate organization.
Caretaker Who Wants to EscapeI do everything for my aging partner, but he’s offended I want to vacation alone.
Make a Name for YourselfPrudie advises a parent whose son’s name has an unfortunate meaning in their new country’s language.
The STD Talk That Didn’t HappenI slept with a man without telling him I have herpes.
To Like and to CherishPrudie advises a man whose wife has no idea they met because he saw her first on social media.
Page-TurnerI read my girlfriend’s sex diaries, and I can’t stop thinking about her past lovers.
Cold ComfortPrudie advises a woman whose husband put their dying pet rat in the freezer.
Meet Not-So-CuteI don’t want my husband to tell people we met in recovery.
You Look Just Like HerPrudie counsels a woman whose husband wants her to dress up during sex—as someone they know.
Homewrecker at the WeddingHow should I include my father’s girlfriend at my nuptials?
Rubbed the Wrong WayPrudie counsels a letter writer whose husband wants foot massages from their daughter.