It’s all fun and games until you come on a book that’s not yours
Who doesn’t masturbate with a new sexy toy in their mother’s basement on Christmas Eve?
Some people think that I’m always down for sex because of my column. But I’m not Mike Miksche
Seeing Xanadu again 37 years later brought back fond memories of my gay adolescence
Mel Boozer advocated for the rights of gay and lesbian civilians, soldiers and Holocaust survivors
There’s a misconception that bi people are just going through a phase — but what if our doctors believe it too?
Though rarely enforced, LGBT Bajans continue to face discrimination and harassment. Is decriminalizing buggery a solution?
Like gay men, lesbians faced persecution in the 1950s McCarthy witch hunts
If the government wants to strike out unconstitutional laws, why has it ignored the sex work and obscenity laws?
A kink partnership never really ends — you take the skills you learned into new relationships
On my first day at work, I announced I was genderqueer. I wasn’t prepared for the response
Men in the 19th-century frontier had wild dances, found love and took part in bachelor marriages
I’ve often felt I needed to choose between my ethnicity and my sexuality
True inclusion should not be subject to popularity contests
I chose to use a pseudonym for “Hole and Corner” because I worried about my Lebanese-Muslim family reading about my sex life. Maybe I was wrong
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