Ann landers advice dating
CHICAGO (AP) – Ann Landers, the columnist whose snappy, plainspoken and timely advice helped millions of readers deal with everything from birth to death, died Saturday. The death of Landers, whose real name was Esther Lederer, was announced by the Chicago Tribune, publisher of her column.
The daughter of Russian immigrants, she was born Esther “Eppie” Friedman on July 4, 1918, in Sioux City, Iowa, 17 minutes before her twin sister.
24, 1993, column, for example, she endorsed masturbation or mutual masturbation as a safe, realistic alternative to abstinence for everyone from teens to the elderly.
In a letter published June 16, 1993, a man wrote of being sexually aroused by his girlfriend's young daughters.
Some 90,000 readers sent in responses, and 72 percent voted for cuddling, she reported.
She answered hundreds of letters a day from the office in her high-rise North Side apartment, dispensing thoroughly modern advice by typewriter because she just didn't like computers.