Sexual Fluidity: In the Defense of Labels

Sexual Fluidity in defense of labels, heteroflexibility and homoflexibility

I like labels. I think they allow for easier communication. With one word you can address your gender, sex, sexuality, sexual interests, and a host of other elements that detail your dynamics. The issue is that labels and categories are viewed as static and dogmatic identities rather than a useful Continue Reading

Friends with Benefits as a Sexual Safe Space

Friends with Benefits as a Sexual Safe Space

  Whom do you trust with your feelings? With whom you rarely feel embarrassment? I can guarantee that it isn’t someone you’re still courting casually, an outer circle friend, or fuck buddy. I’d bet this person is a wife or husband, longterm boyfriend or girlfriend, or close and age-old friend. Continue Reading