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The Latest Sex and Sexuality Stories

  • True: Sexy and I don't know it
  • Touch me
  • Hello my name is Tom. Fancy a date?
  • Risk for me and risk for you
  • Too much sex?

Sex and Sexuality

  • True: Sexy and I don't know it

    True: Sexy and I don't know it

    From FS Magazine, when being diagnosed causes you to ask ““Am I still attractive? Will guys no longer think I am sexy? This may sound ridiculous but the idea of not being attractive any more to other guys really affected me", says Ruaidhri.
  • Touch me

    Touch me

    Our neg guy on wheels Andrew Morrison-Gurza on how the experience of touch affects persons with disabilities like himself
  • Hello my name is Tom. Fancy a date?

    Hello my name is Tom. Fancy a date?

    “Ever since being diagnosed HIV-positive nearly three years ago, my dating game has changed or completely disappeared to put it more accurately. I actually can’t remember the last time I went on a date, I can’t even remember the last time I had sex."
  • Risk for me and risk for you

    Risk for me and risk for you

    Our Montreal correspondent Ken Monteith delves into personal risk assessment, and emerges with a fairy tale all his own.
  • Too much sex?

    Too much sex?

    Being poz and sex positive in New York City in the 90s, Felix Garmendia was asked by the Advocate magazine back then “how much sex is too much?”. Now writing, for PositiveLite.com he provides an update.
  • SEX+HIV

    SEX+HIV

    FS magazine asks poz gay men “Not feeling horny?” (or maybe having too much sex?)
  • Vinny's cat

    Vinny's cat

    Felix Garmendia goes to a New York City sex club where not all the attendees are human
  • My homophobic past

    My homophobic past

    Wayne Bristow and scared straight – a view of homophobia from the closet he once inhabited.
  • Is PrEP right for me?

    Is PrEP right for me?

    In a video interview, PositiveLite.com talks with Ryan Lisk and Mason McColl of the AIDS Committee of Toronto about the agency’s new education campaign to start conversations and share information about the use of Truvada as PrEP in the Canadian context.
  • When gay men have less-than-perfect condom use, how much Is enough?

    When gay men have less-than-perfect condom use, how much Is enough?

    TheBody.com poses the question whether “imperfect condom use is even worth the trouble. Are condoms an all-or-nothing proposition?”
  • Deliciously disabled & disrobed

    Deliciously disabled & disrobed

    Our HIV-negative disability expert Andrew Morrison-Gurza – the disabled dude in the nude here - says “when I am naked, I am free. What nudity means to this person with a disability.”

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