The realizations of our own attractions come when people accept others’ ‘unconventional’ sexualities as normal. Open-mindedness is on the rise.
Through the body we experience the social world, writes James W. Messerschmidt. Raoul Wieland asks what good an extreme self-awareness does for the male identity.
Sex education doesn’t teach us how to have good sex and relationships, rather how to roll the condom onto a banana and how to avoid contracting a sexually transmitted infection.
In this convention-defying poem, Stephen Scott Whitaker reminds us that gender identity, sexual orientation, and clothing choice are not necessarily related.
Bad dates happen to good people: Andrew Bailey shares one of his first experiences dating.
Andy Bodle believes he’s uncovered the real cause of the gender pay gap.
A surprising study, a popular sex writer, and a daring hypothesis.
After growing up being afraid of looking gay, Gregory Wazowicz feels like he’s paid his dues.
One of the questions I’m trying to explore with this series is what would be some logical ways in which to organize the dating world. There aren’t any.
The Registered Runaway compares himself to the “macho Christian” image some pastors espouse, and finds neither he nor Jesus Christ measure up.
Tobias is everything you expect bi men to be, and then some.