I dare you to let the hammer of love smash open your heart.
Jordan Kozey urges men past their demons into the most healthy practice of all: self-care.
Flirting while married? Playing with fire, or keeping the embers glowing?
Couples therapist Quentin Hafner knows how to transform the passionate flame of those early days into the warming fire of mature love. Here’s how it’s done.
Allen Fraser Clark captures the frustration and desire of young men, eager for sexual expression and frightened by it.
David Gould looks beyond love and lust to what makes a romantic relationship a lasting one.
Your body launched me back in time, to that first moment when you showed me my own eternity.
Lust is primal; love is romantic. People who have been both in love and lust can often distinguish between the two more clearly than those who haven’t.
Trish Everett offers an innovative way to deal with desire we don’t want to act on: the attraction contract.
Brandon Davis on where people go wrong in mixing love and lust.
“Routine and predictability, the two pillars of stability, tend to stifle erotic spontaneity and creativity.”
Our loved ones’ opinions should matter the most to us. So why don’t we trust them? Doug Zeigler takes a deeper look.
Steven Lake is at the end of his rope. Or is it the beginning of a new way of being?
Angel Garcia’s speaker is “trying to be a good man” even as he finds himself faced with the oldest of temptations.
A male writer remembers the women he’s met that pleasantly surprised him intimately, and how they smashed his preconceptions about who should be good at…you know.