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There is a fairly common but always confusing phenomenon whereby many people have the best sex of their lives after divorce has been decided upon.  People are looking forward to their new lives, they feel happy, optimistic.  

"When did you come out?" I am often asked by friends - mostly who are straight. How do you even begin to answer that? Coming out isn't a mome...

Seamus Kirst

Journalist, screenwriter and aspiring memoirist

For SELF, by Zahra Barnes

Let it go -- and go get it.

As many enterprising people with clitorises know, there are various things you can try to ...

On Friday, I discovered in a article, that my former employer, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, an interdenominational evangelical ministr...

Matthew D. Taylor

Born fundamentalist, raised Evangelical, seminary trained, now Mainline Protestant & a PhD candidate studying Islam at a Catholic university

That's the daily story today about Trump, who has managed to place obscene four- and five- letter words on the front pages of newspapers the day before a nationally televised debate with Hillary Clinton that he really must win to remain in contention for president of the United States.

Mark Silva

Political journalist, nature photographer, blues guitarist.

This piece by Carrie Jenkins originally appeared on The Establishment, a new multimedia site funded and run by women.

If you read about polyamor...

A friend of Life in the Boomer Lane brought up a very serious issue at their breakfast out, the other day.

From birth control pills to female genital mutilation, men are obsessed with the idea that sex should determine the way women live, if only to serve the male ego.

Show up. Walk into your bedroom. Shut the door. Lock the door. Lower the lights. And climb into bed with an open mind. The rest will take care of itself.

Iris Ruth Pastor

Slice-of-life columnist, motivational speaker and pod caster, advocating "Preserving One's Bloom" by striving to be the best one can be.

Set during the Japanese occupation of Korea in the 1930s, The Handmaiden, directed by Park Chan-Wook, provides a delicious mash up of culture, class ...

From someone inside the house, sex was the least interesting thing about the show, instead, the psychology of how many of the suitors came to know each other affectionately as "sister-wives" fell front and center for us as a way to explain the ways in which we could build community even in a high-stress, competitive environment.

Brandon Kneefel

writer | activist | suitor on Logo TV's "Finding Prince Charming" |

A Maryland company called Stiff Bull has invented an "all-natural herbs coffee" that it claims can improve men's libido and sexual performance. The coffee is, ahem, "enhanced" with herbs from the jungles of Malaysia like guarana, maca root, and tongkat ali.

Grub Street

Grub Street gives hungry readers an inside look at the food business and its key players.

Recent social movements include the Ice Bucket Challenge, #bringbackourgirls, #heforshe, Black Lives Matter and same-sex marriage. As Emma Watson eloq...

Ari Nessel

Founder and President, The Pollination Project

I believe it's safe to say that all married women have fantasized, at least once, about having sex with another partner during their healthy, happy, and loving marriage. Her fantasy may be a secret affair with a celebrity, someone at the office, or perhaps just a sexy and willing figment of her imagination.

Sandra LaMorgese Ph.D.

Author, Podcast Host, Sexpert, Metaphysician, Keynote Speaker, Holistic Practitioner, Ordained Reverend

Linda: So this couple walks into a marriage counselor's office and the wife is crying about feeling neglected. Really wailing, she tells the marriage ...

Their attempt to balance the responsibilities of parenthood and two careers is a great example of how spouses can support each other, but it isn't always easy to reach that point. How can two people who each want what they want reach a place where they are both getting what they and their family need?

Dr. Jane Greer

SHRINK WRAP by Dr. Jane Greer - Marriage and Family Therapist, Author, Radio Host

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