Don’t try to change the ending, try to change the beginning.
True love does require that we recognize our separateness and love our mate for who he or she truly is.
Julie Gillis, on lust, bodies, aging and kindness.
Pick your poison, Friends! We all get addicted to the feel-good high of certain habits or hobbies… but what if your drug of choice is relationships?
If you understand some of its mysteries, you can make attraction work for you.
Flirting while married? Playing with fire, or keeping the embers glowing?
Gary Bouchard’s poem isn’t “ripped from the headlines”; it is a headline. Not to mention a razor sharp persona poem on male desire and small town expectations.
A parody of Good vs Evil, where two wrongs make a left.
Lust, in its ultimate form, is a beautiful and positive experience to be nurtured and appreciated.
When men lust after women, it doesn’t just creep them out. Objectification hurts men, too.
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.
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.