Host Michael D’Alimonte speaks with former Eyeopener editor Sarah Krichel about her story in this week’s Love, Sex & Play special on how bisexuality is perceived in and out of the LGBTQ+ community
Maintaining a connection and staying intimate in a long-distance relationship can be hard
Eat toast with the people you love. Give them an accidental black eye in the kitchen and then serve a beautiful dinner to your family. Keep the pants you wore when you saw the person you were going to spend the rest of your life with. Because it’s fun. It’s love. And those pants were pretty sexy
Drag queen Ida Monroe writes about the power of wearing a dress for the first time
One common question people both inside and outside the kink community have raised is why some people are kinky and others are not—and the reasoning behind that is complex. It’s a blend of biological, psychological and sociological factors
Check out our list of definitions of words used in our Love, Sex & Play issue
BDSM is about much more than pain—it’s about empowerment
We had to ask!