Sexual Fluidity: Queer, Straight and Anything Else You’re Feeling Right now, today, as of writing this, I identify as queer. But I didn’t always. And no, I’m not referring to that awkward, uncomfortable time in my life where I knew that something felt “off,” but I couldn’t quite place it, and so I paraded around […]
For people whose sexuality is fluid, the situation isn’t that we were confused for a while and then suddenly woke up.
June 26 marked one year since America legalized same-sex marriage across the nation. Widely heralded as a watershed moment in the fight for LGBTQ equality, the narrative surrounding this milestone is broadly positive, suggesting an undeniably linear step forward.
Mississippi has passed anti-LGBT ‘Religious Liberty’ bill 1523. I find it incomprehensible that LGBT citizens are being discriminated against in the state of Mississippi.
A thought for my fellow gay men: It is 100 percent OK that so many of us want to have bareback sex.
This was not a film that was made in the absence of HIV but was created because of HIV. You can practically hear a disembodied voice whispering, “Watch closely. This is how gay men have sex now…”