Joci spent her entire life thinking something was wrong with her. When she learned there's a word for her romantic orientation, everything was different.
From offering anal botox to performing anal surgeries, Dr. Evan Goldstein is dedicated to making the world a more beautiful place -- one anus at a time.
The comedian chatted with HuffPost about life since that infamous Trump photo, cancel culture and Me Too and why Tina Fey's impersonation of Sarah Palin was so important.
I wake up each morning petrified about who or what he might encounter, and I go to sleep thanking God he returned to me and our daughter.
Sadly, the fundraiser has raised less than 10 percent of the estimated $3.4 million needed to shoot the film, but it got HuffPost Love+Sex co-hosts Carina Kolodny and Noah Michelson wondering about the mechanics and complexities of having sex while orbiting the earth. Become a founding member of HuffPost Plus today. This article originally appeared on HuffPost.
When you think of a performance of a gay men's chorus, you probably don't think of Britney Spears tunes. The group recently performed the pop star's 2013 hit "Work Bitch" at a concert in Los Angeles and it was everything (as you can see above). "Work Bitch is just one song that was part of last week's 'Vegas Baby!' concert featuring music by our favorite Vegas icons - from Elvis, Frank Sinatra, Wayne Newton, and Sammy Davis Jr. to Bette Midler, Celine Dionne, Shania Twain, and yes - Britney Spears," Dr. Joe Nadeau, GMCLA Artistic Director and Conductor, told The Huffington Post in an email.
In the latest episode of The HuffPost Love+Sex Podcast, co-hosts Carina Kolodny and Noah Michelson go in search of answers to all of these questions and more. Become a founding member of HuffPost Plus today. This article originally appeared on HuffPost.
Miley Cyrus is not shy. The closest thing we've had to a flesh and blood Disney teen princess has grown up and been replaced by a topless (and mostly bottomless) woman covered in mud and wrestling a pig.
Ne-Yo has responded to a report alleging that he was recently inspired to come out as gay after learning about Caitlyn Jenner's journey. "Bruce [sic] Jenner really gave me the inner strength to admit to my kids, my family, my friends, my fans and ultimately to myself that I am gay. Watching Bruce, well Caitlyn, sit down with Dianne Sawyer on ABC really inspired me.
What in the world is a "dry orgasm?" Why is MILF porn so unbelievably popular? With co-host Carina Kolodny out of commission due to strep throat, Noah Michelson is joined by Dr. Zhana Vrangalova, Professor of Human Sexuality at NYU, and Karley Sciortino, author of the Slutever blog and a columnist for Vogue. Together, they respond to 11 questions about sex sent in by listeners to the HuffPost Love+Sex Podcast.
Editor's note: This story uses gender neutral pronouns (they, them, their) to refer to transgender artist Cassils, the subject of the following interview. In the fall of 2013, transgender artist Cassils (sometimes referred to as Heather Cassils) opened their first solo show at Ronald Feldman Fine Arts in New York City. Often through lengthy and rigorous training, their body is altered and specialized to certain endurance tasks that have included everything from bodybuilding to professional stunt school.
Professor of Human Sexuality Dr. Zhana Vrangalova chatted with HuffPost Love+Sex Podcast hosts Carina Kolodny and Noah Michelson about ethical non-monogamy and what anyone who is considering engaging in these kind of relationships should know. Become a founding member of HuffPost Plus today. In monogamous relationships, jealousy is often thought of as something that’s the end of the relationship -- it's seen as catastrophic.
Everything is coming up gay for Jane Fonda these days. The legendary 77-year-old actress is currently featured in the new Netflix series "Grace and Frankie," in which she plays a woman whose husband announces he's leaving her for his law partner and best (male) friend. Perhaps put in the mood by starring in a show with such heavy gay themes, Fonda has been chatting nonstop about queer topics while doing press for the series.
Recently, HuffPost Love+Sex podcast hosts Carina Kolodny and Noah Michelson dove headfirst into the world of sugar dating, where, typically, successful older men (and sometimes women) -- a.k.a. Below are seven tips from Tess for anyone considering becoming a sugar baby. Check them out -- and the full HuffPost Love+Sex podcast on sugar dating above.
In this episode of the HuffPost Love+Sex Podcast, hosts Carina Kolodny and Noah Michelson look at the popularization of sugar dating -- which typically involves a younger woman entering into a financially beneficial relationship with an older man -- and explore the who, what, why and how of these complicated and sometime problematic relationships.
Just days after dropping the lyric video for his new single "Ghost Town," Adam Lambert just released the official video for the track -- and it's HOT. Regardless, Lambert has arguably never looked better (his arms in that sleeveless denim vest alone have us swooning) and we expect this song to be huge and playing everywhere -- from dance clubs to Walgreens -- in the coming weeks. "Ghost Town" is the first single from Lambert's upcoming third studio album, "The Original High," due out June 16.
It is perhaps the most controversial component of the national debate over same-sex marriage: Who should raise children? The judge who wrote the decision upholding gay-marriage bans in four Midwest states gave at least some same-sex couples a shout-out last fall, even while ruling against them. Judge Jeffrey Sutton’s words have done little to quell the war of statistics and academic studies that has raged for years over the relative child-rearing skills of gay and straight parents.
The queer rights movement has come a long way over the past 50 years and has seen an especially mind-blowing array of triumphs secured in just the last five years. From marriage equality sweeping much of the United States to the transgender community gaining traction, momentum and unprecedented visibility, today the dream of equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people is closer to becoming a reality than ever before. HuffPost Gay Voices Editor-at-Large Michelangelo Signorile is on the front line of that war -- and has been for over two decades.
Just because some people in Indiana refuse to cater gay weddings doesn't mean all hope is lost. Zach Braff and Donald Faison, who are perhaps best known for starring together in the beloved sitcom "Scrubs," are apparently willing to toss some dough for same-sex Indiana couples. Memories Pizza, located in Walkerton, Indiana, ignited a firestorm last week when its owners announced that they were allowed to refuse to provide pizza for same-sex weddings due to the state's controversial new "religious freedom" law.
Amy Van Doran, match maker and founder of The Modern Love Club, does. HuffPost Love+Sex podcast hosts Carina Kolodny and Noah Michelson recently chatted with Van Doran -- and several other experts -- about searching for a partner without resorting to online dating. Listen to the podcast below to get advice from Van Doran and two professional dating coaches.
This year EuroGames, along with the organizers of the Stockholm Marathon Group, is offer a 50-kilometer (31 mile) race on Aug. 8 that will "be the first LGBTQ Ultra Marathon ever arranged in the world, open for anyone regardless of gender expression, sexuality and nationality," according to an email sent to The Huffington Post. "We are extremely happy that the world’s first ever LGBTQ Ultra Marathon will take place in beautiful Stockholm, home of world famous Stockholm Marathon," Jakob Jansson, President EuroGames Stockholm 2015, said in the aforementioned email.
Dolce & Gabbana made offensive comments about non-"traditional" families last week and thereby unleashed a hurricane of controversy. Smith, who served as Oprah Winfrey's personal chef for 10 years and appeared on Bravo's Top Chef and Top Chef Masters, is the father of four children he adopted with his husband, artist Jesus Salguerio. The acclaimed chef and cookbook author was outraged by Dolce & Gabbana's comments but wanted to find a way to put a positive spin on the incident.