2 Cut, Or Not 2 Cut — Part 1

 Posted by on August 26, 2013
Aug 262013
 
2 Cut, Or Not 2 Cut — Part 1

By Richard Wagner

Sometimes culturally established practices conflict with sound sexual health imperatives. Nowhere is this clash more obvious than in the touchy issue of circumcision in general, and infant circumcision in particular.

Some unaltered adult men; as well as many prospective parents are confused and conflicted about the practice.

Social Networking and Kink – Part 2

 Posted by on October 6, 2011
Oct 062011
 

By Lucy Lemonade The art of conversation has gotten lost in the new age of email and instant messages. Picking up on my last article regarding social networking and kink, I’m going to discuss the ins and outs of the introduction message. Many social networking sites have the ability to browse profiles and send a […]

Oct 032011
 

By TM Bernard If you have mammary glands, or simply like/love/marvel them for viewing, snuggling or other pleasures, chances are you have opinions about what they’ve been designed for. Few anatomical regions elicit as much sociopolitical vitriol as the female breast. It’s utilitarian! Cry the lactation crowds. Believe me when I say – having had […]

Men Of A Certain Age

 Posted by on September 3, 2011
Sep 032011
 

By Richard Wagner

There been some interest, on the part of some of my age peers, as to a possible link between masturbation and prostate cancer for us older guys.

I’ve been reading the literature on this topic for years. Every now and again a study will pop up that claims to provide a definitive answer to this perennial question.

Apr 042011
 

By Richard Wagner

It’s all over the news. Seniors and elders are still having sex!

I know it’s shocking. But we have the University of Chicago’s National Social Life, Health and Aging Project to blame. Ever since they presented the results of the first comprehensive national survey of sexual attitudes, behaviors and problems among older adults in the United States, the popular culture has been having a field day.

Mar 092011
 

By Aimee Bouchard

On Wednesday February 23, Attorney General Eric Holder announced that the Obama administration would no longer defend Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act.1

The decision not to defend DOMA was in relation to two pending cases Pedersen v. OPM and Windsor v. United States. The argument in both of these cases is that it is an unconstitutional Equal Protection violation for the federal government to designate which marriages it will consider valid.

How I Found the Freedom to Be ME

 Posted by on January 28, 2011
Jan 282011
 

By Leah Shapiro

I remember the first time I heard about the BDSM and Fetish Scene. I must have been ten or twelve. A friend of mine and I had found my Dad’s Playboy magazines, and we curiously flipped through them. I remember seeing a picture of a woman in a black PVC outfit. It was so shiny and cool looking. I wanted to be like that woman!