Ray Jennings redefines what we should look for in a life partner.
Rather than some straight line to a destination, think of exceptional sex more like a pot of home-made soup and how it gets more flavorful, aromatic and nutritious with each added ingredient and spice.
Sex educator Kait Scalisi says embrace the awkward and ask for what you want with these easy tips.
Cabot O’Callaghan sees his love everywhere—except where he actually is.
R.G. Evans offers a poignant meditation on manhood, aging, and libido.
By turns wistful, by turns puckish, David Bergman’s tribute to gay adult film of yesteryear is a fun twist on the language of nostalgia.
They’re NOT the things I learned in sex-ed class.
Why do we fear male desire? It has achieved so much in the past, yet now it is a thing of shame.
Stephen Scott Whitaker raises the uncomfortable yet important subject of one’s children’s burgeoning sexuality.
Allen Fraser Clark captures the frustration and desire of young men, eager for sexual expression and frightened by it.
Is the constant boundary pushing in extreme sports a dangerous manifestation of a crisis of masculinity, or something much more interesting?
Trish Everett offers an innovative way to deal with desire we don’t want to act on: the attraction contract.
Being in love was both the greatest and most horrible experience in my life. It made me feel in ways I didn’t think were possible to feel.
For Valentine’s Day, enjoy these two wife/husband poems–which are normally performed simultaneously–from Helen Wing.