Should they spend Father's Day with the family - or in bed?

Posted: June 13, 2014

Q: THIS FATHER'S DAY, I want to surprise my husband by sending the kids to my mother's so we can spend the day getting freaky. I got a new book with sexual positions, and I want to see how many different ones we can get through in a single day.

He's been working a lot, and, frankly, things have gotten really stale between us. We've been together 11 years.

My mother says I'm being selfish. She thinks Father's Day is about kids and that we should spend it together as a family. Who's right here?

Mia: You are. For the record, your hubby's one lucky guy. While other men are faking excitement over yet another ugly tie, yours will be trying out sex positions such as the "side saddle," "scissors" and "hot squat."

But here's something to keep in mind: Your mom may be hinting that she doesn't want to be stuck with your kids all day.

Steve: How about a compromise? Share afternoon gymnastics with hubby and then take the whole family out for dinner to celebrate Father's Day.

Q: I met a guy online and our initial meeting went well. Then he informed me that he was pansexual.

I consider myself pretty informed, but that was a new one for me. I had to Google it to see what he was talking about. Now that I know, I wonder if I should cut bait.

What do you think?

Mia: Pansexuals are open to all kinds of sexual expression, regardless of gender. So, unless you're transgendered or of some other alternative sexual persuasion, why complicate your life? My advice would be to keep it moving.

Steve: I always thought that referred to women attracted to Peter Pan.

Does your guy fly?


Steve is a 50-something married man who's been around the block. Mia is a younger, recently married woman with an all-together different attitude. They may not agree, but they have plenty of answers. Contact them at S&M@phillynews.com or S&M c/o Daily News, 801 Market St., Philadelphia, PA 19107.

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