Over the past 40 years, journalists have been writing the same coming-out stories, because such stories are still rare.
Is it possible that, for white men, sex with other men can function as the ultimate re-affirmation of straightness and privilege?
A New Jersey jury just struck a blow against the dangerous way too many Americans think about homosexuality.
Women in different-sex and same-sex relationships do not differ in the amount of time they spend in child-focused activities. It's the heterosexual men who aren't making the time for their kids.
A new study finds Americans’ sexual attitudes keep getting more liberal, but Millennials have pulled back a bit in terms of their number of sexual partners.
The practice has been dismissed as improper for more than two decades.
Three theories attempt to make sense of some provocative new data.
Researchers of fraternal birth order effect argue that sexual orientation correlates with an individual’s number of older brothers. Could this help to explain the homophobia of some traditional religious societies?
Or, more specifically, what's wrong with taking a steroid, while you're pregnant, to try to increase the odds that your female fetus will someday grow up to be a straight woman who gives you grandchildren, and not a lesbian daughter more interested in puppies?
Of kinks, crimes, and kinds: A look behind the scenes at how the American Psychiatric Association's Paraphilias Sub-Work Group proposed revisions to the DSM for all manner of things relating to sexual arousal brought about by atypical objects, situations, or individuals.
Updates to pastPacific Standard print stories.
A homecoming in Red Cloud, Nebraska.
A brief look at Paragraph 175.