Woman’s jealousy-obsessed girlfriend has her questioning the relationship

Katie Mather

Welcome to the Love Hotline! Drag queens Jujubee and Thorgy Thor are answering your burning questions about navigating the world of dating. Whether it be over video chat or good old-fashioned letters, your two favorite queens have got you covered with their entertaining “expert” advice!

In this episode, hosts Thorgy Thor and Jujubee receive a call from Clara, who needs help explaining to her girlfriend that she doesn’t enjoy feeling jealous. Clara’s girlfriend, on the other hand, considers jealousy to be a fun part of the relationship and worth exploring.

“How do I communicate to her that it just upsets me?” Clara asks the duo.

“You said it makes you uncomfortable, it bothers you?” Thorgy clarifies.

“I think she assumes that when I get jealous, I get turned on, but I just get jealous,” Clara explains. “I don’t really like it.”

Jujubee suggests that Clara should tell this to her girlfriend and be open and honest about it actually makes Clara feel.

“Or really turn it to the max,” Thorgy counters. “Get my number and I’ll call you all the time.”

Jujubee and Thorgy also answer two anonymous dating questions — one about what to do when you’ve been dating someone for a while but haven’t gotten to the physical part of the relationship yet; the other discusses the complications that come when you’re crushing on someone a little too close to home.

Whether you’re looking for love advice or just want to laugh watching Thorgy and Jujubee interact, watch the full episode of the second season of Love Hotline above.

If you enjoyed reading this, you should check out this etymology of today’s slang and how it traces back to early drag culture.

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