Lou Sullivan's "We Both Laughed in Pleasure," a collection of his diaries, is a "vital" book from a transmasculine writer and activist who writes, in great detail, about his desires.
This queer feminist developed a project to help others use their sexual histories to heal, find community, and to fuel social justice movements.
Longtime HIV/AIDS activist and communications strategist JD Davids tells you how to ask about what you need to know -- and how to be a considerate, fun casual partner.
With mutual respect, support, and honesty, a conversation about toys can help you and your friends think about ways you can each increase your sexual pleasure.
Women who work in mental health, engineering, and design, many of whom are survivors, are creating tools to help other survivors heal.
Feminist writer Marj Ostani explores how playing with power dynamics in a consensual, affectionate, sexual relationship is empowering for her as an Asian womxn.
Doctors have speculated on the possibility of a "superbug" or a "superinfection" since HIV was discovered in the 1980s. But are these concerns legitimate and valid in real-world situations?
"The guys in the BDSM community were not fazed by my status at all ... it was automatic acceptance."
Being black and dating online is difficult. When you're a black couple looking to find a third, the mechanics of finding someone get even trickier.
Experts agree: Your health is important enough to ask for protection, and it might be part of your journey to empowerment.