Everyone's favorite pretty lady who talks about sexual issues is back! Anna David will be here live in the studio to answer your questions.
Here's what Anna David has to say about herself:
"Anna David has been on staff at Premiere and Parenting, was a fulltime freelancer at People, wrote a sex and relationship column for Razor, and has also been published in Details, Playboy, Cosmo, Maxim, Stuff, Redbook, Teen Vogue, The LA Times, Vanity Fair, Variety, People, Us Weekly, TV Guide,The New York Post, Tatler, Esquire UK, Movieline, LA Confidential, Vegas, and Ocean Drive, among many others.
She's a pop culture expert for The Today Show, appears regularly on Fox Reality Channel's Reality Remix, and has also been featured on ESPN's Cold Pizza, Fox's The Best Damn Sports Show Period, NBC's The Other Half, The Style Network's Modern Girl's Guide to Life, and a collection of shows on VH1 and E! Her first novel, Party Girl, is out now." Click here to order Party Girl from Amazon and look below to see videos for her literary gem.
Is it all right to go into a relationship that you know isn’t going to last, but you might be happy while you’re in the relationship?
There's absolutely nothing wrong with this -- in fact, I'd encourage it. So many of us have such mammoth expectations when it comes to relationships and the older we get, the more we entertain the possibility that "this one" or "that one" could be the one.
I believe it's far healthier to begin dating someone without any conviction that you're going to stay with the person for the long term because it's far more realistic and you're not living in some fantasy world where you're putting the person on a pedestal.
That being said, if the person is absolutely inappropriate and you want to go ahead and date him or her anyway, it might be time to look at how you feel about yourself. Are you selling yourself short and thinking you can't do any better?
I’m having a bit of a dilemma: In the last 3 years, I’ve dated 3 guys, 2 of which are dating each other now. I’m kind of jealous, but I always thought it was kind of taboo for exes to date exes of the same partner. Is this normal in society?
Different people have different ideas about what is and isn't taboo when it comes to dating; some believe that once they've been with someone, that person is off limits to all their ex's and friends while others think that there shouldn't be any rules.
But it sounds like the guys you've been dating have extremely liberal, fluid ideas about sexuality, which means that they're probably equally as open-minded about boundaries. Is it more disturbing to you that these two guys are gay or that they're dating each other? Did you go into dating each of them knowing they were bisexual?
Is that a pattern of yours? My point is that you might want to try taking the focus off of the two of them and thinking instead about what this means about you.