SEX+STL Clothing Optional Yoga with Ami Amoré

Clothing Optional Yoga with Ami Amoré is held on Tuesdays Sundays in a private studio in South St. Louis. The fee is $10. Please bring a bottle of water, a towel, and a yoga mat. Class size is limited. Contact amorticious [at] gmail [dot] com  or RSVP via the SEX+STL Meetup group if you’d like to […]

SEX+STL Discussion Group: Sex-Positive: What Does It Mean?

by David Wraith When we started Sex Positive St. Louis in 2010, some people heard the words “sex” and “positive” put together and assumed we were an organization for people living with HIV. Some suggested that we change the name. We decided early on that the term “sex positive” was so powerful and meaningful that […]

Ask the Man-Whore: The Insecure Virgin

by David Wraith Dear Man-Whore, I just want to say that I was inspired by the article you wrote about your penis size. Being a twenty-something guy who has  always been insecure about his size six penis, I felt like that article was about me. Now if I can just work up the  guts to […]

Ownership of My Body

by David Wraith When I was in my 20s and weighed 168 pounds, I couldn’t pay someone to take pictures of me naked. Mostly because I was a college student, working in a video store and didn’t have the money. The strange trajectory of my life has brought me to a place where, as I […]

Queen of Hearts: Naked Dessert Bar

by David Wraith Two things in life that you don’t have to sell are sex and chocolate. They sell themselves; you merely have to offer them. So, you’d think that selling delicious, chocolate-covered desserts off the nearly naked bodies of some of St. Louis’s hottest bloggers and performers would be a no-brainer, right? One question? […]

I Fucked David Wraith: Lee’s Story

by Lee Harrington   The first time I went on a date with David, I thought it was going to be a booty call. I had visions of lips on lips (as there had been earlier that night), hips on hips, his cock pumping in and out of me… But yeah, that did not happen. […]

I Fucked David Wraith: Wink’s Story

Editor’s Note: This guest post by my friend and occasional lover, Wink, is the first in the “I Fucked David Wraith” series. Wink and I met at Beat Me in St. Louis and bonded over the fact that we both suffer from panic attacks and are wary of large crowds. by Wink Ever hear the […]

Topless in Toronto

by Tastyleisti Editor’s Note: Last year, National Go Topless Day went largely uncelebrated in St. Louis. In our defense, fifty percent of our leadership was out of the country or embroiled in a child custody battle, the other fifty percent doesn’t have breasts. In the spirit of changing things in 2012, here’s a guest post by local blogger Tastyleisti. […]

Gateway Burners and Arch Reactor Present: Fire & Ice, Jan. 21st

  by David Wraith Most people are at least somewhat familiar with Burning Man, the annual festival in the Nevada desert that culminates with the burning of a giant effigy. However, few people outside of the Burning Man community are familiar with regional “burns,” or the smaller, Burning Man inspired events that occur all over […]

Big Ups, Mad Props and Sincere Thank-You’s

by David Wraith SEX+STL started in late 2010, so 2011 represents our first full calendar year of existence. As the year draws to a close, I want to reflect on the fact that it takes way more than four people to keep even a small, not for profit, unlanded, grassroots  organization like SEX+STL going strong. […]

Taboo at The Hustler Club

by David Wraith The St. Louis BDSM scene had kind of a boom and bust year in 2011. FLOG, the fourteen year strong monthly play party, took an indefinite hiatus and later resurfaced as a non-play, social event. We saw the rise and fall of the much beloved Charenton Social Club as well as the […]

2011: The SEX+STL Year in Review

by David Wraith SEX+STL has been around just over a year and 2011 has been our first full calendar year of existence. Not to break our arms patting ourselves on the back, but I think we’ve accomplished a lot for a young, unlanded organization with no money, just some really dedicated people and a town […]