Last time we asked gay men what they love in a guy — now it’s the lesbians’ turn
Taking the time to actually strap-on your toys can be arduous. Luckily, Out Front’s sexpert Shanna Katz offers some solutions.
Buried in there are a lot of clues about gay male protean signals
Dear Shanna — I have two kids ages 7 and 12 from my previous marriage. I’m dating a fabulous woman but I’m not sure when to introduce her to my kids, and what term to introduce her as. Any thoughts? Two Worlds Collide in Lakewood Dear Two Worlds Collide, Congrats on your new partner […]
I armed myself with his questions and ventured out to a coffee shop in Midtown, where my favorite gay duo (Steve and Owen) sipped, laughed and answered with gusto.
I want to try some new and different things with my partner of 8 years, but I’m not sure how to bring it up without it seeming unhappy with our current sex life (I’m not).
The brief and unwelcome advance of someone who made him feel sexually and physically vulnerable ruined his simple anticipation of having a good time out.
People with disabilities, like every other marginalized group (trans* folks, people of color, non-English speakers, etc.) are just as sexually diverse as the rest of the population.
Stereotypes exist because of observations that somebody, somewhere, made.
I’m dating a new guy and we have awesome chemistry, the sex is great, and he’s really hot. But he has some weird names for my penis, like meat, mushroom head and love rod. I want to respect him but it takes everything I have not to burst out laughing. It just isn’t sexy to me at all. What should I do?