We mix up sex, intimacy and desire with disastrous results. Kyle Benson guides us through this slippery topic.
Are you serious? I have to plan for sex! Kyle Benson tells us why this is important . . . if you want your relationship to succeed.
In tight couplets, John Trigonis writes of desire, car wrecks, desperation, and Superbowl XLII.
What do you do when you’re pushing away the person you love even though you realize what you’re doing?
Mark Ward offers two–or is it three?–interweaving narratives of queer desire in this poem.
Achieving what you truly want doesn’t have to be a lonely marathon when you have the power of others at your disposal…
Author Jay Cradeur explores themes of a man’s life with the words of poet warrior musician Tom Petty (with video links).
Author Jay Cradeur shares a few tips on attracting a partner and creating an environment in which they can thrive.
James Michael Sama lays down a pretty simple list.
His internal dam has been broken up, but it still stands within him. How does Jonathan Delavan break through the rest?
Why do we always want what we can’t have?
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.