“Every relationship can be based on love, even if it lasts only fifteen minutes.” That’s one of the beliefs that drove a movement to reinvent America’s understanding of sex, civic responsibility, and social welfare in the 1980s, says David France,…
“You can’t play it cool on Snapchat,” says Priscilla Pine. The pseudonymous technology-first sex writer came on Sex Lives to explain the different flirtation techniques each app on your phone requires— and the…
Gay marriage has moved to the mainstream, but has wedding culture followed?
What parts of wedding culture are worth keeping, anyway?
Two years and 115 episodes later, Sex Lives calls it quits.
To figure out how to end things, host Maureen O’Connor invites her original co-hosts David Wallace-Wells and Allison P.
So say Potterotica hosts Allie Le Fevere, Lyndsay Rush, and Danny Chapman, who explore the mind-bending universe of Harry Potter…
Daily Beast senior editor Erin Gloria Ryan and Vocativ… “Coming out to my dad as an atheist was 100 times harder than coming out as gay.” Before Christopher Trout became Engadget’s executive editor and Computer Love columnist— before his career in gay porn and before he started building a genderqueer family of… Sometimes, love is a private feeling between two people.
For decades, conventional and scientific wisdom held that pornography warped our understanding of sex, attraction, and love. Scott and Julie Rising have been leading parallel lives since birth. Julie was the tomboy star of her hockey team; Scott preferred musical theater. Every week, Sex Lives invites listeners to respond with their stories. Meet a left-handed man with a right-handed sex life, a mother whose natural childbirth triggered a sexual awakening, and a black man grappling… Other times, it’s a declaration from the rooftops, a wedding announcement, or a public kiss.
L is the first letter of LGBTQ, but often remains misrepresented and on the fringe.
This week, two generations of queer women discuss the state of the modern lesbian.