One book and film has really stirred up the conversation
Andrew Smiler is stunned by how quickly we can go from expressing concern about domestic violence at the Grammy’s to idealizing it in 50 Shades.
No parent looks at their child and imagines he or she will someday violate another human being but rape happens anyway. To prevent it, parents have to start talking.
Adam Gilad says that verbalizing your sexual intent early on in your relationship is a win-win situation for all involved.
Sue Nador taught her sons, “Your partner is a real person with real feelings and not some live action figure.”
John C. Havens calls on Men and Dads to think deeply about the complex topic of ‘sexting’ and how to model behavior for our children to help them navigate this world of digital intimacy.
Adam Gilad talked to his teenage son about condoms, consent, and his sex life. Much to his surprise, his son heard him.
To understand Rush Limbaugh’s opposition to consent, Thomas Fiffer explores the entitlement mindset.
“Polyamory must be tailored to personal circumstances; it is broad enough include both relationships that are entirely fluid, and ones that reinforce patterns of stability,” writes Angelus Morningstar.
James Fell is fine with seeing women naked — but only when they have given him explicit permission to do so.
Jordan Gray says that there is an easy way to be respectful and sexy at the same time. —– Throughout the majority of my sex life, I have been utterly baffled. I’ve been baffled because I have consistently received the feedback from my lovers that I make them feel supremely comfortable very quickly. And after […]