Sex and the Seriously Ill

Ed Note: This is a guest post written by B, a 55-yr-old man currently fighting a rare form of blood cancer. There is an undeniably strong connection between sex and physical health. People with active sex lives tend to be healthier. If sex, – especially imaginative sex – is part of your life, you’re likely […]

How I Learned to Stop Worrying (and Love the Porn)

In honor of today’s discussion about smut (join us today at The Ethical Society from 11:00 to 1:00!), I’m going to reprint an essay I wrote back in December of 2010. by Johnny Murdoc When I moved in with my partner, I did something unthinkable: I stopped masturbating. Though we’d been sexually active before we […]

Trans Folk Welcome

by David Wraith Most of the time, when Team SEX+ is out and about, it’s at our own events where most people we meet are fellow travelers.  The summer months gave us the chance to get out in the community and interact with people who are less familiar with who we are and what we […]

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The Ethical Side of Smut

Continuing the discussion started by Kate Lovelady’s “In Defense of Smut,” join The Ethical Society of St. Louis and Sex Positive St. Louis in a discourse about the role smut plays in our lives. How do you use smut? Do you feel guilt about your interaction with smut? Is it possible to integrate smut into […]

A Weekend with Lee Harrington & Mollena Williams

How much would you pay to see an internationally known sex educator? How far would you travel? What if I told you that you don’t have to leave St. Louis? What if I told you that you could see not one, but two internationally known sex educators? What if I told you that you had […]