Every right-wing authoritarian movement has one thing in common: a brutal clampdown on any persons or groups who promote equality.
Science keeps showing us that sex also doesn't fit in a binary, whether it be determined by genitals, chromosomes, hormones, or skeletons.
On the role that queer people of color play in resisting oppressive policing.
There are no available statistics on how many men discreetly remove their condoms during sex, an act known informally as stealthing.
If there's an upside to the government's failure to promote legitimate sex education, it's been the convergent rise of the local sex shop and the university seminar as two venues for frank and meaningful discussion.
An upcoming issue of Pacific Standard will include exclusive portraits from the photography series "Where Love Is Illegal." In time for Pride Month, here are some other images from the project.
Hysteria director Tanya Wexler reflects on the challenges she faced in funding a film about the history of the vibrator, and how the film shaped her career.
Is it possible that, for white men, sex with other men can function as the ultimate re-affirmation of straightness and privilege?
Psychologist Sarah Murnen talks objectification, gender equality, and Miley Cyrus.