Carleton University Is Looking for a Magic Studies Professor
The school recently opened applications for a new chair of “conjuring arts.”
How LGBTQ Americans are Reshaping the Fight for Assisted Reproduction
We're here, we're queer, and we want access to in vitro fertilization and surrogate pregnancies.
Why the Census Needs to Ask People About Their LGBTQ Identity
Experts spoke to how paltry the data we currently have on LGBTQ Americans is, and how that hampers research and public policy.
How Kinky and Non-Traditional Parents are Punished by US Family Courts
America's family court system is one of the less-understood branches of its judiciary, but judges hold sweeping power over the lives of parents and children.
Ecosexuals Believe Having Sex with the Earth Could Save It
From skinny dippers to people who have actual intercourse with nature, ecosexuality is a growing movement taking a new approach to combatting climate change.
Behind the Scenes of the Legal Group That Could Change the Definition of Sexual Consent
The American Legal Institute sets much of the agenda for the US's laws, and is currently embroiled in a much larger internal debate over the definition of consent.
The First Sex Toy for Trans Men Is Here
Called the Buck-OFF, this new toy hopes to give trans men a better masturbation experience, combat gender dysphoria, and shake things up in the sex toy industry.
Why People Are Fighting to Get Polyamory Recognized as a Sexual Orientation
A global debate over whether polyamory is something we do or something we are has challenged our ideas of identity, sexual rights, and their legal limits.
It's a Travesty That BDSM Isn't Technically Legal
By foregoing legal recognition of American BDSM players, we don't just deny their rights, we deny their personhood.