Arden Leigh thinks we all need to release some of the shame we put on ourselves and on others.
We are all human. How about we just acknowledge ourselves as sexual beings? Whatever make-up that involves becomes individual choice.
Sarah Prager, founder and creator of the free mobile app Quist, illuminates some historical queer men.
As a woman, I find safe spaces for the expression of my female experiences and identity to be very validating, powerful, and transformative, and I am glad to see this venue and experience being made available to men.
Marie Crosswell explores assumptions about men, and how an asexual man deeply challenges those assumptions.
Harris O’Malley explains that for a country that places so much importance on sex, we seem to go out of our way to make ourselves miserable as possible over the subject.
JJ Vincent thinks he finally knows why he and his friends did not understand the 30-year-old virgins.
A laptop, Skype, and teledildonics. The new sexual revolution is already transmitting its way through sensors into your home. But will it devolve the way we connect to each other?
Words can save relationships. But sometimes it’s the things we notice — but don’t say — that are just as important as the things we do say.
This conversation was between Freddie, Danny, Silke, and Trey on the comment thread of the post “7 Double Standards That Hurt Men (And Women)”. The double standard they are talking about is pictured above.
The building of the Carasc Bridge.
You’ve been told, in actions and in words, what it takes to be a man. Now it’s time for the truth.
Dannie Maddox gives us a count down to take us back step by step to her birth
You’ve probably never read these hard-hitting (but honest) challenges to the way you’re currently acting toward women.
Talking about a miscarriage is almost taboo – but recovery begins with honest conversation.
Kids learn electronics by building projects: combines electronic building blocks with the first-ever augmented reality tutor app.
Truth is, he wants more than just a roll in the hay and a “#1 Dad”mug.
Are we asking the wrong questions in our search for an end to war?
“How could you give your son a Mohawk?” one even gasped, as though I was encouraging him to play with matches. “Why not?” I shrugged. “It’s his hair.”
Sexual identity is a personal experience, regardless of behavior, or how others define us.
June 4th, 2015 at the West End Lounge, New York, NY. Tickets on sale now.