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I'm Zachary Zane, a sex writer and ethical manwhore a fancy way of saying I sleep with a lot of people, and I'm very, very open about it. Over the years, I've had my fair share of sexual experiences, dating and sleeping with hundreds of people of all genders and orientations. In doing so, I've learned a thing or two about navigating issues in the bedroom and a bunch of other places, TBH. I'm here to answer your most pressing sex questions with thorough, actionable advice that isn't just communicate with your partner, because you know that already. Ask me anything—literally, anything—and I will gladly Sexplain It. To submit a question for a future column, fill out this form. I was joined by sex and wellness journalist Gabrielle Kassel — to answer a bunch of your sex and relationship questions. GK: So my first comment would just be, even if you had done something [sexual] with each other, that wouldn't necessarily mean that you are gay. Sex acts don't have orientations; people do.

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