Got Problems? Sex, Love and Relationship Advice From SuicideGirls’ Team Agony
Mar 2012 26

Got Problems? Sex, Love and Relationship Advice From SuicideGirls’ Team Agony  

Posted In All Things SG,Blog,Love,Relationships,Sex,Society

by SG’s Team Agony feat. Rydell

Let us answer life’s questions – because great advice is even better when it comes from SuicideGirls.


[Rydell in Changing Seasons]

Q: I have been with my boyfriend for about three years, and to my face he seems sweet. However on the internet he ignores me and has no problem talking to sluts. I tried stooping to their level, but then he gave me shit for the smallest bit of cleavage! My next plan is to add and talk to hot shirtless men, but I don’t know if that’s the right plan. What can I do just for him to ‘like’ a photo or ‘comment’ on a status update?

A: Ok where to start with this…Firstly, if he is sweet to your face that’s great, but when he is not around you, including the internet he isn’t? Doesn’t that seem like a bright blinking red flag to you? If he isn’t acting how you expect a boyfriend to act then TALK TO HIM! I have said this I think in every question I have answered for SG’s Got Problems? column. We as people need to learn to talk to each other and not just be silent and think people are mind readers.

You have a voice, use it and express yourself. Be heard! Stop changing how you think you should be and just be you. You don’t need to change who you are, how you are, unless it is to better yourself. Don’t stoop to your boyfriend’s level with the plan you outlined. It’ll just come off as juvenile and desperate. Be yourself, be proud of who you are, and if he doesn’t appreciate you and doesn’t fit in with that lifestyle, there is always a man who will.

Secondly, stop placing your self worth and self esteem on how many Facebook comments and likes you have from others on a social media network. In the grand scope of things does that really matter? I mean it’s FACEBOOK!

All I can say is voice your concerns. If they fall on deaf ears, then you need to man up and either settle for mediocrity in your love life, or go out and find someone better suited for what you need in life.

Rydell

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Got Problems? Let SuicideGirls’ team of Agony Aunts provide solutions. Email questions to: gotproblems@suicidegirls.com

NEW SG Interview: Brian Wood – The Massive
Mar 2012 26

NEW SG Interview: Brian Wood – The Massive  

Posted In Blog,Comics,Entertainment,Interviews

by Alex Dueben


It’s not a political book exactly, more post-political, dealing with the aftermath of the degradation of the planet.”
- Brian Wood

Brian Wood’s first comic was Channel Zero, the story of a female freedom fighter in a repressive future America. Initially it didn’t make much of an impact, but it’s become a cult hit, and will be rereleased in a new edition along with its sequel this spring.

Wood has written a number of comics including Local, Demo, DV8, and the young adult comics The New York Four and The New York Five. His most significant work and arguably his best work has been the two series he wrote at Vertigo.

DMZ is one of the great political tales of the past decade and a great story of New York, which recently concluded after a long run. Northlanders, a series of unrelated stories about vikings that are based on historical fact and take place over centuries, is one of the most innovative and interesting comics of the decade.

His two major projects right now are at Dark Horse. With his longtime collaborator Becky Cloonan, Wood is taking over Conan the Barbarian for a 25 issue run. His other major project right now – and for years to come – is The Massive. The series just debuted in the anthology Dark Horse Presents illustrated by Kristian Donaldson and will launched as an ongoing series in June. It explores a group of environmentalists coming to terms with what to do after the world has come to an end.

Read our exclusive interview with Brian Wood on SuicideGirls.com.

Tease of the Day
Mar 2012 26

Tease of the Day  

Posted In Blog,Tease

Dusk Suicide in Pacification

  • INTO: Cats, body mods, zombies, music, love, sex, wolves, owls, bites, you, tea, being naked, movies, boys, girls.
  • NOT INTO: War, assholes, bullshit.
  • MAKES ME HAPPY: Tea, candy, apples, and my friends.
  • MAKES ME SAD: Animal cruelty, loneliness.
  • HOBBIES: Eating.
  • 5 THINGS I CAN’T LIVE WITHOUT: Cellphone, computer, hair brush, my book of sketches, and my headphones.

Get to know Dusk better over at SuicideGirls.com!