Jeff Leavell is a writer living in Los Angeles and Berlin. He writes about queer culture, politics and nightlife. His book, Accidental Warlocks, is available on amazon.com. You can find him at his website, jeffleavell.com, or on Instagram.
Ett besök hos min älskare i London påminde mig om att du antingen kan låta sociala konstruktioner om hur du ska leva ditt liv tynga ner dig, eller frigör du dig från dem. Jag väljer det senare.
Jag trodde att vara eskort skulle få mig att känna mig fri. Men det var en av mina kunder som lärde mig att jag redan hade all frihet i världen.
A visit with my lover in London reminded me that you can either be burdened by social constructs about how to live your life or free from them. I'm choosing the latter.
In the face of hatred and political regression, my life is inherently political. And that means I have no choice but to love and have sex as much as I can.
I thought escorting would buy me freedom. But it was one of my clients who taught me that I already had all the freedom in the world.
Who you are in bed with one person isn't who you have to be with another.
Polyamory won't fix your problems or save your relationship, but it may help you grow.
Lab.Oratory is a place where gay sex knows few limits—a perfect metaphor for our marriage.
I would estimate that I've slept with up to 3,500 men. But sex, whether at random or not, always represents a human connection—and that can always be beautiful.
I already had a husband, a boyfriend, and all the guys I could fuck. I had enough guys. Then there was Conor.
At my wedding, my husband and I introduced our families to our boyfriend. Two weeks later, he moved in with us.