A new study confirms what we probably already knew—the gay community can be shallow, image-obsessed and is far from being ‘post-racial’
Before slipping into your revealing costume on the big night, this routine will leave you looking your very best
Once Halloween ends, keep the costumes in your closet and incorporate an orgy of sensual scenarios into your love life throughout the year
Rather than watch what you eat, watch how you eat—you'll lose weight without committing to a new food or exercise program
This government report should quell the belief that LGBT people need to be "cured." But it won't: it's a fundraising tool for the Religious Right.
A new study shows that after more than 20 years of use, people have adapted to communicating emotion—even sexual arousal—through email
When it comes to sex, endurance is as important as an erection, which makes maintaining good heart health a seductive goal
On the hunt for a great rack? Tons of guys have difficulty building up their pecs, but here’s how to do it right
The case may be the country's first lawsuit challenging discrimination over use of PrEP.
UPDATE: Bill passes Senate, goes to Gov. Brown. This bill would allow people to end their painful, terminally ill lives with dignity.
The conference seems an opportunity for experts to share information but a sense of urgency seems missing.
Type-A gays can moan a sigh of relief, as there’s a sexy solution to stress. Put down that glass of Jameson and meet the new and improved meditation
A new book thrusts us into the real world, where straight guy-on-guy sex isn’t a myth but a reality
Not everyone wants a six-pack, and for those guys, pop culture’s latest fitness phase is the perfect medium of happy and healthy
Since 1985, the subject of HIV and AIDS has taken a number of routes on-screen, from the maudlin to the crass, the humane to the regrettable
Funny how we can talk and joke about "booty" but have difficulty talking about anal cancer.
The updated Strategy reflects and is designed to leverage the accomplishments and the lessons learned since the strategy was first introduced in 2010.
Whether you’re walking on the wild side with street drugs or popping prescribed pills, there’s a good chance the concoction could lead to your junk not working
The CDC reports that LGBTQ individuals are still more likely to smoke than straight people
Those who thrive in poly situations tend to be more creative, non-conforming and individualistic, and less concerned about the opinions of others