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Dear Prudence: The “Is This a Real Question?” EditionWhat do you do when your gay son wants to go to a religious college?
Help! Am I Betraying My Husband by Going on a Trip With My Single Friends?Dear Prudence answers more of your questions—only for Slate Plus members.
Bye Bye BabyMy family and friends say I’m horrible for divorcing my wife a month after she gave birth.
Dear Prudence: The “Prudie Gets Some Advice” EditionSlate’s advice columnist finally gets her own podcast.
Where’d She Learn That?Prudie advises a letter writer whose young daughter called her friend a racial slur.
Regrets of a BridezillaI was crazy and awful to everyone at my wedding, and now I’m plagued by guilt.
Help! I’m Going to a Gender-Reveal Party. Do I Really Need to Buy a Gift?Dear Prudence answers more of your questions—only for Slate Plus members.
It Wasn’t All BadPrudie counsels a woman who still misses the husband who destroyed their marriage years ago.
Help! I Love My Partner, but I’ve Fallen for Another Guy.Dear Prudence answers more of your questions—only for Slate Plus members.
Don’t SpeakPrudie counsels a woman whose co-worker kept coming over to fool around but never talked about it.
Premium LossPrudie advises a woman who wants to delay her divorce to stay on her husband’s health insurance.
Help! Should I Out My Former Girlfriend to My New Partner? They’re Mutual Friends.Dear Prudence answers more of your questions—only for Slate Plus members.
Terms of DisendearmentPrudie advises a transgender woman whose family won’t call her by her chosen name.
Help! My Friend Drives Her Kids Around While She’s Drunk. Should I Call the Cops?Dear Prudence answers more of your questions—only for Slate Plus members.
Anything for LovePrudie counsels a woman who wants the married man she’s having an affair with to be happy, even if it’s not with her.
Bigot Next DoorPrudie counsels a letter writer shaken by a confrontation with an anti-Muslim neighbor.
Cut It OutPrudie advises a letter writer whose husband unforgivably spent their vacation mowing the lawn.