From an extramarital affair to cancer, the last 525,600 minutes of John Taylor’s life have been tough. But he’s going to remember it by all of the love that grew.
Justin Cascio talks to Elizabeth Schroeder, executive director of Answer, about why boys are tuning out in sex ed classes, and what they want to know most (but aren’t telling us).
A generation later, Kile Ozier believes the gay community has still not healed from the ravaging shame and grief that accompanied the AIDS crisis.
Andy Behrman, aka Electroboy, wonders if you can ever truly be recovered from mental illness, or if you can only learn to cope with it on a daily basis.
You can decide how long the party lasts.
I’m a Dad and I Don’t Want the Government to Force My Daughter to Talk to Me About Contraception [OpEd]
Hugo Schwyzer, father of a daughter and a son, supports unfettered access to emergency contraception like Plan B.
Jason Bruce wants his daughter to involve him in the event she needs Plan B.
New guidelines from the American Urological Association now say men under 55 do not need routine annual prostate screening.
Levi Greenacres feels anything but big and strong when he thinks about his rape, and the rapes of the people he loves.
If you’ve never had a massage before, you might be worried about how your body will respond and appear to the therapist. Kate Bartolotta’s advice is to relax.
“Cancer brought out the best in us.” John Taylor talks about his recent battle with cancer and how The American Cancer society helps us all.
Lion Goodman offers a test to help determine if you’re living a narcissistic life, and some motivation to help you get past your ego storms.
When a psychologist promoting her new book is interviewed by a Playmate for Playboy radio, she’s challenged to answer the question at the root of porn’s very existence.