The term "sexuality" can be used a lot like the word "sex." They're both terms we say and hear a lot, but which often aren't clearly defined. We take for granted everyone knows what sexuality means, a heck of an assumption to make with something that covers so many important things and can feel as murky as Lake Erie. So: what's it all about?
As it is on the road, being attentive to and giving clear signs and signals is a big deal between the sheets. If consenting feels complicated or confusing, here's a guide to clear it up.
It's obviously important if you're here for information that you know what we mean when we talk about sex, so we thought we'd make it clear.
Usually sexual anatomy is taught through the lens of reproduction, so it’s only about penises and vaginas, testes and uteri. Seen through the lens of of pleasure, sexual anatomy looks different.
As we approach this new annum and everything that lies in store, instead of thinking about the ephemera one could manifest into being, I want to ask how we create the space to make our queer love and joy stand out and shine.
Is "Latinx" just some weird made-up thing from the internet? How do marginalized communities reshape language to define themselves?
Think you might be asexual, or just curious about the ace community? Alaina Leary has the details.
As we change the narrative on disability and sexuality, we need to acknowledge that disabled asexuals exist.
If you or your partner is packing girldick, navigating your sexuality takes time, communication, and self-love.
When your disabled body decides to literally crap out on you, how do you bring sexy back?