Just because a man and woman have chemistry, writes Marcus Williams, doesn’t mean they mix sex and lust the same way.
Gordon Pearson responds to Mark McCormack.
Julie Gillis, on lust, bodies, aging and kindness.
Women lust, and men lust. Joanna Schroeder wonders why we can’t just leave it at that.
Marcus Williams has figured it out. Sex is beautiful and communication should be open—except when there’s lust involved.
Isn’t desire, Julie Gillis wonders, a good thing for all of us?
Jackie Summers has a few things to say about men, lust and sex.
When Marcus Williams got a massage in Vietnam, he was faced with a hard choice—harder than he expected.
Do I tell my friend I’m losing respect for her? How do we inform our friends that their kids bore us? Should I ask my client if he’s a cross-dresser?
Some mild private lusting is not only OK, but purely human, writes Trent Kays.
When it comes to lust, Rick Belden wonders what we’re really after.
Tom Matlack wonders what would happen if men were allowed to be open about their lust.
Seth Mullins is on a journey to reconcile his feelings of lust with his feelings of desire.
One of our great myths about men is that lust invariably cancels out the empathy.