Have you ever had a question you couldn't ask anyone you knew, and – after many countless hours typing variations of your quandary into the google vortex – been left with no answers and some scary WebMD diagnoses about diseases you never knew you had?
Was it a question about safe sex? Less safe sex? Relationships? Self care? How to search for an escort? What to say to a stripper? How to come out to your friends? What to wear to a burlesque show? Does this look infected? How many people is too many in a relationship? What sort of dog should I buy? Should women take PrEP? Can you get rid of herpes? Are there ways to make my penis bigger? How long should sex last? Why does anal sex hurt? What do women think about balls? Should this smell like that? How do I know if I'm gay? How do I know if my dog is gay? Is rimming safe? How can I make myself last longer? Should I cut my own bangs? What's a good wine for breaking up with someone?
Whatever your question, Slixa has you covered. Or – should we say – uncovered.
Ask Andre is the newest addition to the Slixa blog, authored by renowned performer, journalist, educator, and all around "professional slut," Andre Shakti. She's ready to take whatever questions you've got and find answers to help you and anyone else wondering things like "how long is too long for pubes?"
Submit your questions!
If you have a question you'd like Andre to answer (anonymously, of course. Names will be changed to protect the sexually curious), drop an email to email@example.com with the subject line "Ask Andre" and she will read and investigate your query to share with the community. Because, if you're curious about something, that means someone else is too.
Who is Andre Shakti?
Andre Shakti is a queer journalist, educator, performer, activist, and professional slut living in the DMV. She is devoted to normalizing alternative desires, de-stigmatizing sex workers and their clients, and not taking herself too seriously.
When she's not thinking about strange questions for Slixa.com, Andre wrestles mediocre white men into submission and writes about #TheResistance for Rewire, Thrillist, MEL, Vice, Cosmopolitan, Autostraddle, and more. She frequently lectures, coaches and advises on the intersecting issues of sexual health, politics and pleasure, gender, sex worker rights, non-monogamy, and queerness. When not working, Andre can typically be found marathoning "Law & Order: SVU" under a chaotic pile of partners and pitbulls, and yes, she already knows how problematic that show is.