What Can You Do with a Degree in Sexology?
From designing sex toys to assisting sex workers with legal challenges, here's where a degree in sexology will get you.
What I Learned Studying Cannibal Play, Balloon Sex, and More
Katharine Gates has spent decades documenting niche fetishes. She told us what fetishists can teach the #MeToo movement.
Butt Play Could Keep the Doctor Away
More than ever before, men are waking up to the benefits of prostate massage. But experts say more research is needed to truly unleash the power of the prostate.
The Pilgrims Were Queer
Dig into the history and you'll see plenty of early American colonizers were super gay—and their compatriots had views of it that were complicated, to say the least.
Federal Budget Cuts Could Be a Disaster for HIV Patients
Advocates have been fighting the Trump administration tooth and nail to preserve HIV/AIDS funding. So far, they've been largely successful—but experts say any lapse in budget could be a huge setback.
How Pride Woke Up
Corporate, unoffensive celebrations are out. Here's why protests and other sorts of political actions are in.
International Activists Are Making Pride Safer in Hostile Countries
Both on the ground and in diplomatic back rooms, activists from LGBTQ-tolerant countries like Sweden are spreading the love to places like Ukraine.
The Bakery Using Desserts to Give Refugees a Home
American Baking Company is more than a shop for sweets—it's become a home where immigrants from around the world come together over cupcakes.
The Christian Lawyers Quietly Working to Erase LGBTQ Rights
The Alliance Defending Freedom is behind a massive—and massively successful—legal effort to dismantle the rights of LGBTQ students nationwide.
How Queer Prom Took Over America
The queering of a quintessentially American institution has opened hearts and doors for LGBTQ youth from coast to coast.
Drag Queens Can't Stop Serving Political Realness
Drag's always been political, but with the rights of the marginalized threatened more than ever before, drag activism has reached a fever pitch.
Can Queer People Change Marriage from the Inside?
A new book, 'Awakening,' explores the battle for gay marriage equality. Author Nathaniel Frank told us whether queers who warned that marriage meant assimilation were right.
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