Yowie, “Yaoi”! Male Fetishization In American Comics And Manga

To read Massive isn’t to discover a hidden truth, but to see a massive, obvious fact, bulging out for the world to see.

What To Do With Your Nice Guy When She Begs For Your Bad Boy

How one nice guy responded to his partner’s request for dominating, rough, kinky sex?

Beyond Friction Sex Part 2: How to Journey to the Deepest Realms of Eros

Sex expert Galen Fous lays out the the steps to mutual sexual ecstasy.

Do You Like Your Sex Holy or Nasty?

Galen Fous charts the range of sexual expression from carnal to divine. What’s your preference?

Ghosts in Leather

In this daring poem, James Siegel takes us back to gay, American leather bars in the 1980s, paying tribute to an almost mythical subculture–a minority within a minority.

How to Welcome Your Male Sex Creature

Galen Fous reveals 5 keys to being a sexually authentic, conscious and empowered man.

The Strength of Submission

At first, John Edale worried about sharing this private aspect of his life in a blog, but has found that coming out as submissive has unexpected benefits.

The Utility of Violent Porn

Under what circumstances is it acceptable to simulate non-consensual or violent sex?

Opinion: The Commentary Track for the September 22nd Buy Pile, Issue #11 [@cbr] “Everything Old is New Again”

An analysis of elements from Hannibal Tabu’s reviews column on Comic Book Resources.

Everyone’s a Freak: What Fetishes Can Teach Us about Male Sexuality

Perhaps the real nature of physical attraction is some characteristics about someone that, for whatever crazy set of reasons and non-reasons, you are obsessed with.

The 10 at 10

Doritos-fetish guy speaks, why we need a Super Bowl holiday, and economic theory applied to marriage: the 10 at 10.

What’s the Problem With Michelle Ryan’s Feet?

New York hasn’t overwhelmed the small-town football boy. Now something quite private and possibly weird—but healthy and affectionate—has surfaced, and we see a different side of the big man in green.

Superdad on ‘Boys and Porn’

If Shulgan is talking about harmless fetishes, then he has a point.