Doctors used to think that implanting a straight man’s testicle into a gay man’s scrotum would cure his homosexuality. And if you think that’s weird…
Author: Daniel Villarreal
The Wild West was full of gay cowboys, Native American gender benders and even costumed orgies — come learn about its weird, wild history
This indie film starring RuPaul is about four friends who start robbing pharmacies for HIV meds
There are so many misconceptions about cock rings, which do much more than act as jewelry for your nether regions
For years, scientists have wondered about the existence of a ‘gay gene’ — but one evolutionary science researcher has a new and startling explanation
Each year after Pride, queer people joke about July being LGBTQ Wrath Month. But one writer thinks it’s a good idea and has thoughts on how to actually do it
No matter how vanilla your sex life, everyone has a kinky turn-on or two, but these unusual fetishes take things to another level
You won’t believe the New York Daily News’ Stonewall article about the uprising. It’s equal parts condescending and revealing.
The 1965 cookbook was the first of its kind ever to be marketed, and it was surprisingly successful for the time
Here are what a registered dietitian, a licensed counselor and two brewers at ‘the first gay brewery in the world’ say about the benefits of beer
Gynephilia? Skoliosexual? Lithromantic? Here’s 20 or more Pride flags you’ve never seen at your local parade or bar (and who they represent).
An internet historian has located these images of men showing physical affection without worry