Talking Health and Leather with Kevin Murphy, Mr. Leather Ireland 2015

Kevin Murphy is an international celebrity in the leather world. He’ll be in town in mid-February for the Twin Cities Leather Weekend 2016 as one of the judges for the Mr. Twin Cities Leather contest and […]

Dateland: Go USA!

I’m writing this on a plane. I’m flying home from Europe. Next to me is a big-boned gal from Wisconsin farm country. As I saw her bounding down the aisle like an over-eager golden retriever, […]

Preparing For Pregnancy: A Quick Guide for Queer Parents-To-Be

By Erin Wilkins If you or someone you love is thinking about becoming pregnant, congratulations! Planning a pregnancy can be exciting, confusing, and fun all at once. Whether you’re a single person, or planning a […]

What’s Your Gender?

by Dianne Berg, Ph.D., LMFT and Katie Spencer, Ph.D., LMFT Gender is all around us; simply walk into any toy store. Boy or girl? One is directed to a specific aisle with the understanding that no […]

At-Large: What Does Your Valentine’s Day Sound Like?

The notorious holiday approaches. While some romantics enjoy the opportunity to make excessive displays of love without judgment, others rediscover their hapless solitude. Singles will write empowered Facebook posts about taking the day to love […]

(PrEP)are Yourself: Demystifying HIV Prevention

PrEP. It’s a buzzword currently making its way around the community. Just like diversity was only a matter of months ago. Everyone in the community (mostly males) is talking about it. Are you on PrEP? […]

A Word In Edgewise: Origins of Oratory: American Incoherent

“Two thousand. Come on, get some money in that treasury. We need it. Come on, please get it. I can’t tell you to. That is not what you have in the book. Oh, please warden. […]

Arts Spotlight: 540

Bright Half Life Through Feb. 21 Pillsbury House Theatre, 3501 Chicago Ave. S., Minneapolis 612-825-1459 Director Ellen Fenster says that Tanya Barfield’s play “is a love story that spans decades and jumps and turns […]

45 Years With PHS

Research. Education. Clinical practice. Public policy and advocacy. All four components of the Program in Human Sexuality (PHS) at the University of Minnesota have earned PHS its current level of national and international acclaim. Nearing […]

From the Editor: Defining the Alphabet

I’ve gotten a couple of phone messages from a reader who has asked for clarifications and definitions of the terms of this community. You know, the community that doesn’t have one way of defining itself: […]

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