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Total Features Found: 368
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Date     Title
Apr '03    Antarctica
By: Edward Hougen
    What's it like when a couple sets out ot have sex in all 50 states? Guide publisher Edward Hougen reports that with the help of wives, girlfriends, family, and church, it is possible!
Apr '03    Vaginal Birth is Child Abuse!
By: Jim D'Entremont
    If a man rubbed his engorged genitals over the entire body of a newborn baby, he'd be branded a monster. So why the double standard for women who force themselves on a defenseless infant? Victims of vaginal birth are silent no longer!
Mar '03    Dumbing Down Sex Ed
By: Bill Andriette
    When Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court decision that made abortion legal throughout the US, passed its 30th anniversary on January 22, 2003, the usual multitude streamed into Washington, DC for the March for Life. According to organizer Nellie Gray, this year's annual protest drew 100,000 people. Although crowd estimates echoed those of previous right-to-life marches, observers sensed a shift in demographics.
Mar '03    No Sex Please, This is America
By: Bill Andriette
    Swiss physician Samuel Tissot's Treatise on the Diseases Produced by Onanism (1760), which advanced the notion that loss of sperm is hazardous to men's health, was among the first of a succession of influential books to propagate the belief that sexual overindulgence could lead to debility and madness.
Feb '03    Measuring Sex's Squeeze
By: Bill Andriette
    Sex researchers find themselves between the 'rock' of science and the 'hard place' of society's righteousness. What gives? The Guide goes to America's leading sexology conference to find out
Jan '03    New Jersey Bugs Him
By: Ed Karvoski, Jr.
    Lance Hancock discovered gay sex in his suburban New York catechism class. Now he favors sunny Palm Springs, where he doffs his own vestments to conduct High Holy Mass with fists and baseball bats up willing, gaping buttholes
Jan '03    Xmas Trick
By: Brad Nolan
    A cold, lonely night on the streets of Toronto. One hustler picks up another for sex– and to teach him a lesson he won't forget
Dec '02    Remembering Harry Hay
By: Bill Andriette
    Freed from the timetables of reproduction, flitting along on fairy-wings atop the cultural foam, the gay generations cycle not every 30 years, as for ordinary humans, but merely every five- or so John Mitzel has calculated. By which measure Harry Hay, father of modern gay liberation, who died in San Francisco October 24th, was even more Methuselean than his 90 years suggest.
Nov '02    Mangled Memories
By: Jim D'Entremont
    Is sex so uniqely powerful that people repress the memory of it? 'Recovered memories' had been proven bogus. But on the wings of sexual hysteria, they're making a comeback. Jim D'Entremont reports
Nov '02    Rest Areas Make Him Hot & Bothered
By: Ed Karvoski, Jr.
    Chad Williams at a glance:
Date of birth: December 11, 1966
Astrological sign: Sagittarius
Place of birth: Massachusetts
Current residence: Massachusetts
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 165 pounds
Chest: 38"
Waist: 32"
Videography: Street Date, Sex Sessions, Boy Band (Catalina Video), Prison (Titan Media), Hung Sex (Fox Studios)
Oct '02    Cocks & Docs
By: Bill Andriette
    Some guys get feverish just thinking about a physical. Others see a throat swab and can't keep it down. Welcome to the underground of sharp needles and hard erections.
Sep '02    Bathhouse Payback
By: Joseph Couture
    Offend Ye Not the Bathhouse Gods. Joseph Couture disobeyed the 11th Commandment, and suffered a sticky spot of bad, smelly karma
Aug '02    Castrating the Church
By: Bill Andriette
    Who didn't know that the Catholic clergy was a hotbed of queer sex? Yet the shock, suprise, and crying-all-the-way-to-the-bank is the spectacle du jour. Catholics haven't always been a force for justice and light. But the attack on the church serves a sinister agenda, Bill Andriette argues.
Jul '02    Men are Brutes
By: Ed Karvoski, Jr.
    Lance Gear rolled with the punches for too long in a violent relationship. Now he's winning title after title and using his victory platform to speak out. Ed Karvoski Jr. learns more
Jul '02    Civil Commitment
    At the North Central Correctional Institution in Gardner, Massachusetts, Alden Baker served out a ten-year sentence for raping the 29-year-old man he employed as a driver.
Jun '02    Gay Pride Worldwide
By: Bill Andriette
    Come pack your bags, walk the gangway onto our virtual HMS Beagle, and follow a latter-day Darwin along on an expedition to Cyberia's remotest islands and inlets.
May '02    The Importance of Being Peyrefitte
By: Roger Moody
    French novelist Roger Peyrefitte lived the life Oscar Wilde would have preferred­ sex, sun, celebrity, and scandal always somehow averted. Roger Moody looks at a life too outrageous to be repeated today and the works it inspired
May '02    Rules for Open Relationships
By: Joseph Couture
    "There's no need to let love and relationships get in the way of pursuing the dream of ready sex," explains Joseph Couture. "If you're smart, you can have your boyfriend's ass and eat it, too"
Apr '02    Being Seen
By: Jim D'Entremont
    Monda Behinou may be about the size of Liechtenstein­ and as the world's only nation with no fixed location, even harder to spot on a map. But with its propensities for sex and surveillance, this obscure principality has long loomed large in the travel itineraries of voyeur sex-tourists. Yet US Attorney General John Ashcroft's recent visit here didn't go entirely smoothly. Jim D'Entremont peers behind the screaming headlines for a look at the geopolitical tensions­ and occasional orgasmic releases­ that are the stormy stuff of post-9/11 US/Monda Behinish relations.
Mar '02    Make Love Not War
By: Ed Karvoski, Jr.
    Can gay porn promote world peace? Luke Sabre thinks it's worth a try. He talks with Ed Karvoski, Jr.
Mar '02    Sex & Empire
By: Bill Andriette
    The American Empire, behind its military and economic might, is an empire of the imagination. So if the only limit to American power is human rights-- a collective mental construct-- then a question arises: has America hijacked the DNA of human rights, the way HIV subverts the immune system the body depends upon to defend against infection?
Feb '02    A Taste for Daddy
By: Ed Karvoski, Jr.
    Steve Parker likes 'em butch and sweaty. And hold the deodorant. He talks with Ed Karvoski Jr.
Feb '02    Kissing Big Brother
By: Jim D'Entremont
    Some say it’s a tool of torture. Soviet-era Czech doctors developed the device to keep gay men out of the military. Now the penile plethysmograph is at work testing cocks at a prison near you. Jim D’Entremont reports
Jan '02    Baby Steps
By: Patrick Ryell
    I'm not sure whether it was the sight of the 12-inch dildo merrily displayed in the storefront window of the boutique "Gay," or whether it was just due to the anemic Pad Thai we had just eaten at Joy Yee's. Whatever the reason might have been, by the time the two of us reached Roscoe's on Chicago's Halsted Street, Mike's stomach was turning somersaults, much to the consternation of the butterflies who had recently taken up roost there.
Jan '02    From Ugly Duckling to Meaty Eagle
By: Ed Karvoski, Jr.
    Sal Bruno was a 'fat kid' growing up. Now he's a buffed, tough porn star with a heart of gold. He's a guinea pig in an AIDS vaccine trial, and when a fellow porn actor was choking on his piss, Sal was quick with a calming kiss.
Dec '01    From Farmboy to Porn Star
By: Ed Karvoski, Jr.
    As a youngster, Brad McGuire got down and dirty in the barnyard. Now latex keeps him squeaky clean
Dec '01    Sex & Terror
By: Bill Andriette
    This is not a war against Islam, the US insists. Maybe, then, it's a battle between an upright, heterosexual West and a backward, decadent, homosexual East.
Nov '01    Ted Titolo: Body of Work
By: Bill Andriette
    "I am not pure anything," says Ted Titolo, who at age 73 has under his belt more than a half-century of drawing, painting, photography, and collage, with some sculpture and video tossed in for measure. Variably droll, haunting, and mordant, Titolo's creations are stylistically diverse-- his works over the years seem like they could be those not just of different artists, but different eras and cultures.
Nov '01    Killers in Love
By: Mark McHarry
    Our Lady of the Assassins, a new film based on a novel by one of Colombia's leading authors, opens a window onto a torrid, tragic world of passion and violence.
Oct '01    Gay-For-Pay? No Way!
By: Ed Karvoski, Jr.
    Jon Galt at a glace.
Date of birth: September 2
Astrological sign: Virgo
Place of birth: Southern California
Current residence: Seattle, Washington
Height: 5 feet 10 inches
Weight: 185 pounds
Chest: 43 inches
Waist: 31 inches

Videography: Heat, Sea Men, Fallen Angel IV, (Titan), Stick It to Me, Ride 'Em Cowboy (Catalina), Aim to Please (Mustang), and At Large (MSR).

Total Features Found: 368
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