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If private sex is about losing oneself in the moment, public sex is about finding oneself there.
My special ed class consisted of troubled boys abandoned by society. In our collective defiance, we loved and supported each other like no one ever had.
I am attracted to my friends in so many ways – why would sexual attraction be out of the question?
Sometimes masturbating means to read an erotic novella at your desk in a sterile office, senses on edge as grey passersby drone on about regulations and billing codes.
Johanna Hedva lives with chronic illness and their Sick Woman Theory is for those who were never meant to survive but did. Their fellow spoonies.
Masturbating doesn’t always feel like fireworks. Sometimes we cum just so we can sleep.
From slavery to political campaigns, black lives have always been reduced to numbers in the form of commodities, revenue streams, statistical deviations, and vectors of risk. How do we make our escape?
Inga Hensing on the ways trans women mother one another, through bars, in living rooms, on the dance floor.
Some might see Shia LaBeouf’s public life as a nonstop downward spiral. For Kylee V. Luce, he raises the bar for what we’re capable of.
With Trump in the White House and white supremacy on the rise, queer Muslim powerlifter Lena Afridi knew her friends and family were in danger. And none of them knew how to fight.
What I learned as a truant student agitator about the limits of radical education.
I never thought of my piano teacher as a trick. When he discovered I was a hustler through an online escort agency, he told me to do something dignified and I told him to die. Years later, he did.
Navigating grotesque mental hygiene laws in New York state, a young woman fears she is her mother’s greatest advocate and worst traitor as she checks her Mother into an inpatient psychiatric facility at Payne Whitney Hospital.
Why can’t we remember the names of our favorite songs anymore? Nicholas Henderson considers memory loss through new music platforms.
De-Arrests are Beautiful These simple actions show us that the law and the state are not supernatural forces.
At 22, Ruby Brunton had been an orphan for one year, but was still looking for fellow orphans to help her make sense of her loss. She went looking online, and found something quite disturbing.
The Clinical Trials Industry is rebranding, attracting new demographics of test participants, and making it harder for long-term test subjects. Anonymous describes what it's like to partake in clinical trials through these transitions.
The fires lit by Ferguson in the Bay Area further cemented the region’s claim to “riot capital” of the US. But how did the Bay Area become the arena of one of the most intense millennial revolts of the decade? Doug Gilbert traces the emergence of the Bay Area’s “riot culture” through the last six years of street clashes and blockading.
A young black man named Michael Brown from Ferguson, Missouri was shot many times and killed by a police officer on August 9 of this year. Here is my response to the phenomenon of “riot shaming” – the policing of young black and brown bodies in the aftermath of police murder.
“You will spend months planning a tour, then drive 700 miles to find out the show got canceled and no one told you.” Andreas Chronis of xDYINGx regrets spending half his life in the back of a tour van.
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