One man cites exposure to 'fisting, rimming, oral sex, and anal sex' as the reason why a high school's LGBT-friendly club should be no more.
The Michigan State Senate has passed a bill that effectively reaffirms unconstitutional state anti-sodomy laws.
The Internet was abuzz on Monday after several websites published misleading articles alleging that the state of Michigan outlawed oral and anal sex while allowing the poisoning of their residents to continue. The articles, however, were incorrect.
It’s been widely and wrongly reported in recent days that Michigan passed a law making oral and/or anal sex illegal. A better way to put it: existing language making oral and anal sex illegal might stay on the books, because nobody wants to fight about it, because it would get messy. Read more...
And Michigan already has an existing state law that punishes anal sex with up to a 15-year sentence in prison! The people of Flint, Michigan are continuing to suffer from the effects of lead poisoning, desperately trying to find bottled...Show More Summary
A Michigan bill designed to keep pets out of animal abusers’ hands is bringing the state's unconstitutional sodomy ban to the forefront once again. Sodomy bans, which outlaw anal or oral sex, among other sex acts, were ruled unconstitutional in 2003 by the Supreme Court's decision in Lawrence vs. Show More Summary
Michigan is one of the last states to keep an "anti-sodomy" law on the books, which criminalizes oral and anal sex -- most states dropped theirs when the Supreme Court ruled that law like these are unconstitutional. (more…)
The Michigan Senate just passed a bill that makes sodomy a felony, despite the U.S. Supreme Court declaring such a law unconstitutional.
A new study has found a link between anal sex and incontinence, but it’s not as bad as you might think. Rumors that Adolf Hilter was either a little gay or a lot bisexual sparked a debate over same-sex marriage in Ireland. And alleged photos of shirtless Sen. Marco Rubio at a gay foam party in Miami emerged [...]
Pregnant couples in which a male partner may have been exposed to the mosquito-borne Zika virus should use condoms during vaginal, anal and oral sex or be abstinent in order to prevent sexual transmission of the disease, according to...Show More Summary
(Note: The above video contains content that may not be appropriate for work or other sensitive environments)For anyone who has never bottomed (aka been anally penetrated) before, the idea of trying out the sex act can be intimidating, to say the least. Show More Summary
How to have safer, healthier — and hotter — anal sex.
Real women give us the raw truth on the question of butt sex.
Sex! Anal sex! Did you ask for consent? Did you get permission? Or were you "just drunk?" The questions surrounding sex and sexual assault are real and can be uncomfortable...but they're also important. Communicating with your partner, whether it's date 6 or you just met them, is pretty key. Show More Summary
In the United States, the rate for anal cancer in the general population is 1 case per 100,000 people; among HIV-negative men who have sex with men the rate increases to 35 cases per 100,000 people. For HIV-positive gay and bisexual men, the rate is estimated to be between 75 to 115 cases per 100,000 people. Show More Summary
The Huffington Post launched its Love+Sex podcast in January 2015 and over the last 12 months co-hosts Carina Kolodny and Noah Michelson, as well as producer Katelyn Bogucki, have explored everything from sex in outer space to what it's...Show More Summary
Earlier this year, Hillary Clinton composed a tweet that seemingly made reference to anal sex. Then she did it again during Saturday’s night Democratic debate “The back door is the wrong door,” Clinton said. See also: Hillary Clinton's...Show More Summary
It's no secret that sex sells, but trying to find honest and authentic stories about what sex and relationships are really can sometimes feel like a challenge. Thankfully there are people like The Heart's Kaitlyn Prest and Samara Breger. Show More Summary
In an interview with Michaelangelo Signorile on Sirius XM, actor Jonathan Groff shared some of the nitty gritty details of what it’s actually like to shoot a gay sex scene. Groff has become acquainted with such work on the HBO series...Show More Summary
December 7, 2015--Young men who have sex with men and have detectable levels of HIV were more likely to report not using a condom during anal intercourse with a partner not infected with HIV, compared with virologically suppressed young men who have sex with men, according to researchers at Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health. Show More Summary