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Date     Title
Jan '08    An Understanding Wife
By: Joseph Couture
    One man's hard road to bisexual bliss
Dec '07    Keep Your Looks, Lose Your Rights
By: Bill Andriette
    In sex-crazy America, even tasty court victories can carry maggots' eggs
Dec '07    Nasty Weapons, New Purposes
By: Bill Andriette
    Hand out guns in a barroom, and you never know who'll get shot
Dec '07    Cutting Off the Erotic Past
By: Bill Andriette
    Record-keeping laws put history on the straight and narrow
Dec '07    Avant le Déluge?
By: Bill Andriette
    The rain does not always fall gently on the plain
Dec '07    This is a high school quarterback playing with his hard-on
    Uttering that sentence about a picture of a sandwich in the U.S. could get you 20 years in prison for 'pandering.' It's a sign of the Feds' low regard for sexual expression -- and the hurdles that face those fighting niggling regulation of erotic images
Dec '07    Tipping Point for Gay Sex?
By: Bill Andriette
    On October 23, a court in Ohio struck down a federal porn law that turns millions of gay men into sex felons. The law requires compiling detailed records about anyone who appears in a sexually explicit image -- even homemade. It's an old law, but the Right Wing is dusting it off and putting it to new and dangerous uses -- such as attacking online cruising. Will the Ohio ruling stick? And if not, is online sex under the gun?
Nov '07    More than a Boston Marriage
By: Tom Fuller
    A longtime resident looks back on a life forged in the just-post-Stonewall gay scene.
Nov '07    Pilgrims' Progress: Boston's Gay History
By: Jim D'Entremont
    America is the cradle of the best and of the worst. And America's cradle, in a way, was Boston. Founded by Puritans 'seeking freedom to practice repression,' the city has played an outsized role in gay life. Even though it was a bit north of the Stonewall riots and very east of the Castro, Boston has often served as the ideological and cultural gyroscope of the movement. Today, it's the capital city of the only state in the union where same-sex couples enjoy the freedom to marry -- even while the place is so repressed that no gay bathhouse can survive within city limits. Jim D'Entremont explores the history of a civic contradiction.
Oct '07    Longer, Harder, More, Better
By: Joseph Couture
    Learn to work the tools of the trade like a pro and the benefits flow
Oct '07    Christiania Hangs On
By: Staff reports
    Its public face is radical, druggy, edgy, young, male, confrontative, and embattled. The setting contrasts bucolic with post-apocalyptic. Can this semi- autonomous social experiment survive in today's chillier political climate?
Oct '07    Sex Ed 101
By: Joseph Couture
    Human knowledge marches on. Joseph Couture's no virgin, but he headed back to school to find out what's new about the nuts and bolts of the birds and bees. Here's what he learned.
Sep '07    Border Security at the Peace Bridge
By: Robert Teixeira
    Are your papers in order?
Sep '07    Policing Borders
By: Bill Andriette
    In an era of barbed-wire frontiers, no-fly lists, and chipped passports, can we keep travel gay?
Sep '07    Flying Air Anonymous
By: Bill Andriette
    Can travelers leave the burden of identity on the ground?
Sep '07    Stamp Your Own Passport
By: Bill Andriette
    Securing your right to travel in an age of snooping
Aug '07    Election '08: Gay Issues, Gay Votes
By: Jim D'Entremont
    Republicans are running from the Bush debacle, but remain beholden to the Theocratic Right. Democrats want gay support, but remain wary of offending the conservative middle. What are gay voters to do?
Jul '07    Arabian Nights
By: Bill Andriette
    As the world discovers gay sex thriving in fundamentalist Saudi Arabia, can the good times last?
Jun '07    Hate the Sin, Kill the Sinners
By: Jim D'Entremont
    Westboro Baptist Church members-- infamous for picketing the funerals of Matthew Shepard and US soldiers-- have insinuated themselves throughout the Kansas prison bureaucracy. What kind of justice can be expected from theocrats devoted to re-establishing Levitical law?
May '07    Gay Pride Worldwide
By: Bill Andriette
    Where the parades are in 2007
May '07    The Confessions Tour
By: Jesse J. Peralta
    Danny and I sat around getting still more drunk, spilling our guts to each other. Laundry lists of exploits in the bedroom, coming out stories, medical tragedies.
Apr '07    Talking with April's Lifestyle Leader: Kyle Dean Stankey
By: Maxwell Silt
    'Nurturing', 'caring', 'giving', and 'spiritually brave'-- qualities you might not expect from such a real A-lister! When so much in the news seems so downbeat, revive yourself this April with an inspiring conversation with this actor, humanitarian, and award-winning lifestyle hero
Mar '07    The Trouble with Diversity
By: Yasmin Nair
    In a provocative new book, Walter Benn Michaels contends promoting 'diversity' and identity politics is the wrong strategy altogether. Yasmin Nair tracks him down to find out where he thinks the gay movement should be heading.
Feb '07    Bedfellows Strange & Plenty
By: Bill Andriette
    It's as if polygamists broke into the headquarters of Gay Agenda, Inc., and stole all the Five Year Plans. If imitation is flattery, why are gay leaders gritting their teeth?
Feb '07    Beyond Same-Sex Marriage
By: Bill Andriette
    Last summer a handful of activists, under the banner "Beyond Marriage," came together to argue for broadening the gay marriage battle, which still rages in the US.
Jan '07    Baltimore Revisited
By: Frank Laterreur
    Before there was internet cruising, there was the street. And in the '60s and '70s, the streets in Baltimore were among the hottest, the most open for gay sex anywhere. Why did everything change?
Dec '06    Singing Out, Acting Up
By: Jim D'Entremont
    The gay community seemed resigned to being doomed as long as they were in Iceland. Most gay men I knew at that time went abroad to have fun at gay saunas and gay bars, and they spoke about them as clerics speak about God.
Dec '06    'Hidden Folk' No Longer
By: Jim D'Entremont
    Most foreign pride attendees-- or visitors drawn by other gay Icelandic happenings-- stay to investigate Reykjavik's art and music scenes, or to explore the Western Fjords, Thingvellir National Park, or the edges of the Vatnajökull Icecap
Nov '06    Crimson Memories
By: Greg Bradford
    World War II was over, and the conformist 1950s had yet to begin. For a gay freshman, Harvard was abloom.
Oct '06    Phallic Fantastic
By: Jim Larkins
    The decision to make below-the-belt alterations could be the most important one you'll ever make. So whether you choose to grab a tape measure and start popping pills, begin a regimen of stretching, pulling and prodding, or take the riskiest of routes and go under knife, let patience and common sense be your guide in making that choice.

Total Features Found: 368
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