Sex and sexuality are a big part of life. Whether you’re gay, straight, bi or ace — or anything in between — you’ve had a number of experiences, situations and opinions. From stories about orientation to stories just about the mechanics of le petit mort, here are the best sex stories of the year.
Below are the 10 best sex stories by Hornet in 2017:
From what to tell your more puritanical friends about your new job to awkward patron encounters, here’s what our correspondent Sebastian Fortino learned while working for a gay bathhouse.
Zachary Zane writes “If you told me that roughly a year after breaking up with my girlfriend that I’d be moving into an apartment with my new boyfriend and his wife, I never would have believed you. But that’s what happened — and here’s how.”
When black, 19-year-old guitarist Steve Lacy recently explained why he didn’t want to date black men, he overlooked his own internalized racism, and pissed off many of his fans in the process.
At 27, Daniel Addice is totally secure in his sexual orientation. But still, on many occasions I find myself replying to the annoying question “Are you straight or gay?” with a simple “gay” rather than “bi.”
Discreet guys are pretty common on gay apps, for a multitude of reasons, but shaming isn’t how we should respond to closeted or confused men. Not all of them are just cheating on their wives with other men.
You can find jerk-off clubs in many major U.S. cities, and after going to one, we sat down to interview three club owners about their experiences, and why jerk-off clubs can be the most diverse sexual gathering you’ve ever seen.
Sex-shaming is a tool politicians use against the queer community, so why do we take on this same mentality when dealing with each other? What’s the big deal with sex, how often and in what ways we have it?
Alexander Kacala was finally ready to give “Brian” a chance, but when Bryan lied about his relationship, Alex decided it was time to block him.
9. Experts Warn That People Will Eventually Discriminate Against ‘Digisexuals’ for Having Sex With Robots
Digisexuals are people who prefer sex with robots or hi-tech devices, and two researchers predict they’ll face lots of stigma and ethical dilemmas and even societal discrimination.
You don’t have to bend over backwards or shell out hard-earned cash to masturbate better — just follow these five rather simple tips to masturbate more effectively — something that can in turn make you a better lover.