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Everybody loves Siberian Huskies and Malamutes. But you know, maybe not everyone loves Huskies. Lansing Republicans, for instance, don't seem to give a howl about them. Why do I say that? Simple:
It's hard to fathom that Ohio's kissing cousin Michigan just passed legislation to outlaw oral and anal sex and I am standing in a converted conference room -- now dungeon -- where 'Fifty Shades of Grey' in comparison seems so bland.
These kinds of laws have remained on the books for years.
"Poopapocalypse" is a real thing, people.
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In my latest video I break down the psychological nuts and bolts of why we tend to label and judge sexual roles and the gay men who fill them -- pun intended. I describe how this common practice can be limiting, both individually and collectively, as well as what we can do to challenge bottom shaming so that we can all grow, heal, and have better sex. Heels up!
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I can admit now, after years of "doing the work," that I was terrified of bottoming, because I didn't want to be perceived as anything other than a man. I convinced myself that topping was the only dignified position. Here are my top five "learnings" from my cake-clenching, chastity-belt-wearing days.
I know from my own personal experience that HIV Negative men are often wedged into a lose-lose situation. If we use condoms, we're boring, latex-loving, stuck-in-the past weirdos. But if we don't use condoms, we're confirming that we have no investment in HIV prevention.
"I think Brown is known to be more sexually open than your average university," Ratan-Apiromyakij said. "One of the things