Alex Danvers's recent storyline digs into the ongoing complexities that occur during the beginning stages of coming out.
Life after coming out of the closet is sometimes harder than you'd anticipate—but does it negate the pain of staying closeted?
To Canada's Hutterites, family is more important than anything—unless you're gay.
Telling a bunch of random internet nerds seemed the least perilous course of action, and with a handful of keystrokes, I was out.
"Mom, dad... I like to be electrocuted during sex."
We asked porn stars about their "coming out" experiences.
"My sex ed teacher brought up homosexuality once. All he said was that it was a psychological disease."
The thought that Paul might be gay never crossed my mind. But I often wondered why he never took the initiative when it came to sex.
Despite sharing the same DNA and usually the same upbringing, identical twins can diverge in sexuality. We asked two Melbourne twins to discuss what that difference meant for them.
It seems that socio-economic factors of religious groups might be much more important to acceptance of sexuality than religion itself.
In the next ten years, political correctness will stop going mad and start going HAM.
Let's just define ourselves as horny and call it a day.