Contact me semi-anonymously below. I will need your email address if you need a reply, you see. My DMs are open on Twitter too.
My Gay Times advice column
My advice column for GT sees me trying to help readers with their life/dating/relationship dilemmas.
If you have a dilemma you would like my help with, please email me email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org (marking it for The Guyliner, or it will go to one of the other guys) or fill in the form above.
It doesn’t really matter what kind of problem it is. Maybe your other half is a shocking kisser, or perhaps your parents are struggling to deal with you coming out. Whatever’s worrying you, write in for my ‘unique take’ (that’s what they all say) on your woes. I’ve been around a bit; I might be able to help.
I take this quite seriously, you know; I’m not just going to laugh at your problem and then write a reply that makes me look funny but makes you feel stupid.
If you need emergency advice and can’t wait for a reply, or don’t want to be in a mag/column, get in touch with Switchboard – they’re awesome.
Some disclaimer type stuff: I can’t answer every contact individually – though sometimes I might – and your dilemma may be edited for the magazine. I’m the only person who will see your email, unless I need to ask a third party for some additional help or advice, but I won’t share your details. We’ll make up a random first name for you and no other details will be published in the magazine, unless you refer to them in your dilemma and they’re relevant to it (ages, that kind of thing). In short: this is not going to be a hatchet job.
Got a question about what I do and why I do it?
Want to know more about me?
The blog was anonymous for a variety of reasons – mainly because I’m extra af – but I’ll happily answer any queries. Just email me on theguyliner[at]gmail[dot]com. My real name is Justin – don’t wear it out
If you’d rather your email didn’t appear in anything I write on this blog or any other publication I work for, please specify ‘NOT FOR PUBLICATION’. Otherwise, I may use it in some way (not in a horrible way).