Chasing Bears Taught Me to Accept My Body
I yearned to be part of a subculture that I assumed wouldn’t have me.
An Evening at a Pup Fetish Best in Show
The only rule at the Pan American Canine Konvention pup show is that all acts must be legal.
What Dating Apps Can Do to Protect Users from Alleged Killers Like Bruce McArthur
McArthur, a heavy user of gay hookup apps, is accused of killing at least eight men.
How to Spend Christmas Alone
Hint: It involves a lot of food and booze.
Why Are So Many Americans Still Dying from HIV?
The numbers are still embarrassingly high, and reasons why are complicated.
Gay Dating Apps Are Protecting Users Amid Egypt's LGBTQ Crackdown
Grindr, Hornet, and Scruff are fighting back against police persecution in countries where homosexuality is illegal.
2017 Is the Year That HIV Stigma Is Finally Loosening
Studies have proven that having an undetectable viral load means you can't transmit HIV—and people are finally waking up.
Meet the Man Helping Patients Bring Cheap HIV-Preventing Drugs to Canada
The Calgary nurse got the idea from 'Dallas Buyers Club.'
My Family Always 'Passed' as White, Until We Didn't
Each of my siblings' names, skin, hair, and religious observances earned us different levels of privilege.
Gay Porn Stars Don't Party Like You Think They Do
Tagging along with one of the hardest working guys in the industry at the Oscars of porn disproved everything I thought I knew about the adult entertainment lifestyle.
Celebrating Leather, Rugged Men, and Fisting in Tokyo
Folsom Black isn't as big as the party that inspired it, but that intimacy proved to be a very, very good thing.
Why Nobody's Funding the HIV-Prevention Strategy Ten Times More Effective than PrEP
TasP—or Treatment as Prevention—aims to promote awareness that it's incredibly difficult to get HIV from someone who's undetectable. But that idea is proving a hard pill to swallow