Hedonism in Cafés

 Posted by on July 17, 2011
Jul 172011

By Julian Wolf

Inns and monasteries started offering hospitality to travelers in the twelfth century, and shops specializing in coffee started opening their doors in western Europe in the seventeenth century, and by the nineteenth century casual eateries were starting to offer specialty beverages with their dining fare.

Breaking Up Is Hard To Do

 Posted by on February 19, 2011
Feb 192011

By Sarah Sloane

Dear Readers,

This month, my column isn’t an answer to a single email. It’s a response to a number of people who contacted me in various ways to ask if I could give them some input on how to handle breakups involving our partners and their other partners, or within a poly group.

One Day Doesn’t Cut It

 Posted by on November 2, 2010
Nov 022010

By Shanna Katz

On October 20th, millions of people wore purple. Some people changed their twitter or facebook pictures to be purple, people blogged and tweeted and talked and discussed all sorts of things about anti-LGBTQ bullying, about bullying as a whole.