Ahead of the release of his new film Trivial, I spoke with filmmaker Noel Alejandro for a behind-the-scenes look at his latest production:
I slammed the phone down on my desk and breathed in. Three deep breaths, I told myself. Calm down. I pressed the intercom to my secretary. "Hold my calls for five minutes, Candy."
The idea of being able to call myself a writer has always appealed to me.
As I continue to feed you my brand of mind entertainment, mental arousal and emotional stimulation I engaged you the reader in a game of back and forth in my last post called
There's something about the experience of gay men that seems to make us more susceptible to substance abuse, self-harm, and struggles with mental health.
The first gay magazine I ever bought was Outrage — an Australian magazine. It must have been the late-80s.
This week in the office we somehow got on to the subject of saunas. Gay saunas. Sex-on-premises venues where guys go to have encounters with other guys.
In my "Dirty Confessions" blog post, I asked everyone that dared to have the balls to write me a dirty confession. Anyone that did this was thoroughly warned that if they wrote to me, their email could possibly be turned into a story. As I stated previously, I won't go word for word but like I always say, I will turn a dollar out of fifteen cents. A dash of your truth mixed in with my insane, active yet sexually perverse mentality and you just never know what splashes on the canvas.
Have you ever wondered what it feels like when a someone of the opposite sex has an orgasm? Chances are, you did. Everyone does. Orgasms are one of the hardest sensations to really describe, because you need the right body parts in order to really understand what it feels like.
Hi. My name is Brendon, and I am genderfluid.
The big O-word, aka orgasm, can illicit uncomfortable reactions as it has long been misunderstood as “unimportant” or “taboo” for many women around the world, but fortunately recent studies have identified certain characteristics that are connected with women who orgasm more. Surrounded by social norms and even religious restrictions, sadly many women have been denied the pleasure of experimenting with orgasms. One thing we know for sure is that these tricky sensations are unique to each individual and their body. So some simple logic for you- no experimentation equals no orgasm. “The more you learn about your own body’s responses, the more adept you'll be at quickly reaching an orgasm,” says sexologist Yvonne K. Fulbright, PhD, author of Sex with your Ex.
One of the best parts of getting to know a new partner is taking the opportunity to explore what each of you like, and experiment with what works for you. That said, you don't necessarily have to go in blind!