When Does BDSM Become Abuse?
After a recent death in the online kinkster community, many people began to question the limits of submissive relationships.
Butt-Enhancing Underwear for Guys Is Way More Popular Than You Think
Everybody likes big butts (and they cannot lie).
Shortages of Injectable Estrogen Are Screwing Over Trans Women
"If they’re not compelled to serve us with this thing we need, what are we going to do?”
The Most Revolting Moments from Jimmy Kimmel's 'The Man Show'
Before Jimmy Kimmel was hosting the Oscars, he hosted a show where he humped women on camera, made fun of their weight, and joked that Oprah had to do "a little more sock washing."
People Still Think It's OK for Businesses to Turn Away Gay Customers
It comes down to a core American belief in individual liberty—one that enables discrimination.
What It Means When a Dude Says He's 'Mostly Straight'
After interviewing dozens of men who proudly claim their left-of-homosexual identities, a researcher explains how they parse their desires.
Marijuana Could Be Huge for Treating HIV
From inflammation to lowering levels of the virus itself, a current study hopes to demystify pot's benefits for those living with HIV.
Here's How Queer Nightlife Is Addressing a Rise in GHB Use
By some measures, use of and overdose on the drug is on the rise. But stigmatizing users is the wrong response.
The Alt-Right's Ongoing Obsession with Demonizing Gay People as Predators
This week, the alt-right made a spurious link between Antifa and pedophilia. The stunt drew on a longstanding history of calling gay people sexual predators and attempted to push the bigoted mythology even further.
How 'Undocuqueer' Immigrants Straddle Two Marginalized Identities
The author of a new study about undocumented queer immigrants explains the exhaustion and fear many feel.
Views My Own
Kevin Spacey's Coming Out Was the Worst in History
The actor's revelation isn't bravery. Let's call it what it is: cowardice.
What Happened After California Revolutionized Sex Ed
Advocates of LGBTQ-inclusive, comprehensive sex education see California as a beacon of hope, but putting the Healthy Youth Act into practice hasn't been without its challenges.