Was Alexander The Great Gay?

November 13th, 2015|

Was Alexander The Great Gay? It Depends On What you Mean By “Gay.” If you mean was he sexually and romantically attracted to men, then he wasn’t gay. He was gay on stilts. But if you mean did he identify himself as “gay,” then the answer is no. The concepts of heterosexuality and homosexuality didn’t exist in ancient times. In that sense asking if Alexander was gay is like asking whether he used cell phones or landlines. So strictly speaking, Alexander was not gay. He simply had an unquenchable thirst for male flesh. To fully understand the context of Alexander’s love life, you have to understand how the ancient Greeks perceived the roles of men and women. Basically, women were baby factories. You either married them to carry on your lineage or you married them to acquire something important like territory, strategic alliances, and in many cases, exceptional wardrobes. It’s not that love didn’t exist between men and women; it’s that it wasn’t necessary or even desirable in a marriage. […]

Survey: Which Sexual Innuendo Is More Likely To Get You In Trouble At Thanksgiving?

November 12th, 2015|

 Ahh, Thanksgiving! A time to reflect on life, express gratitude, and...see how much innuendo you can get away with before somebody donkey punches you with a drumstick.   So! Let's vote...   online poll by Opinion Stage

How To Lose Weight Without Dieting

October 23rd, 2015|

Can You Eat What You Want & Stay Sexy Skinny? Yes, if you use Habituation, Desensitization and Delayed Gratification Techniques.     Almost everyone has a moment of reckoning about their weight gain—a moment so packed with meaning that it bursts through the damn of denial. Mine came at a department store when I was 28 and unconsciously reached for a size 36 waist pants. Wasn’t I a 34 for the last six months? And a 32 the year before? I could no longer pretend the dry cleaners were using some kind of chemical that shrank my pants. Skinny all my life I had come to an unwanted realization: I was getting fat. And that if I didn’t change my direction I was going to end up where I was headed. […]

See The Results of Our Poll!

May 10th, 2015|

      Featured in this blog: The one game-changing sex tip that'll help you bottom without pain.   Would you rather date a guy with a big dick or a great personality? Most guys know the socially approved answer is "great personality." But is that how they show up in life? When we conducted [...]

Do Black Guys Have Bigger Dicks?

April 1st, 2015|

        Study In Journal Of Sexual Medicine Says NO. African-American men don't have bigger penises than white men, according to the latest penis size study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.  Combine that  with data from the CDC, and we have some very bad news for the Blacks-As-Tripods stereotype:  Black men aren't [...]

Read The Results of Our Survey On Gay Dating Apps!

March 17th, 2015|

Survey: Shocking Number Of Gay Men Admit To Sending Dic Pics on Dating Apps Are other guys having the same experience you are on the gay dating apps?  We wondered, too.  So we conducted a a nationwide survey of nearly 4,000 gay men last month to gage their behavior.  It was no ordinary survey--not with [...]

Dawn Of The New Gay Flake: He’d Rather Text Than Meet.

March 5th, 2015|

What Is It With These Guys? There’s a new flake in town and he’s popping up everywhere—bars, parties, and social events. But mostly he’s on the dating and hookup apps. He’s the cute guy that hits on you but never quite commits to seeing you in person. And he drives you crazy because in every other way he seems like he’s crushing on you. Like most people, I’ve been running into this new flake way too much. Everywhere I turn, actually. He doesn’t just respond to your texts; he actually initiates them (a sure sign from normal guys that they’re into you). He tells you how hot he thinks you are, sends loads of pics and goes crazy over yours. But meet? Good luck. […]

Excerpt From Barbara Elsborg’s Gay Romance, Cowboys Down.

February 19th, 2015|

  Wet, Hot, Sticky Gay Romance.   Did you know that some of the best-selling books on Amazon are gay romances written by straight women? Today we feature one of the biggies–British sensation Barbara Elsborg. She regularly writes some of the best selling gay romances on Amazon. She lives in West Yorkshire in the north of England. A morbid fear of sharks put an end to a career in marine biology. So instead, she spent years successfully selling cyanide.This is what she told us: “After dragging up two rotten, ungrateful children and frustrating my sexy, devoted, wonderful husband (who can now stop twisting my arm) I finally have time to conduct an affair with an electrifying plugged-in male, my laptop.” Enjoy! […]

How To Play It When You’re Date’s Not Into It

January 14th, 2015|

You had a couple of dates with Mr. Can Can and you can’t can’t get him out of your mind.  You call but it takes him a day to call you back.  You text and it takes him four hours to text back.  You text flirt.  He’s all business.  You feel strongly about him.  You like him you really really like him. Whenever I give advice in situations like this (back off, quit contacting him so much) people always recoil.  “Isn’t that just playing games?” they’ll ask.  Not in my mind.  Playing a game means trying to manipulate somebody into doing or feeling something.  Recognizing where the other guy is (not that into you) and changing your behavior to mirror his (it’s great if we do something, ok if we don’t) isn’t playing a game; it’s facing a reality. The reality is this:  […]

Why You Can’t Find A Boyfriend

January 13th, 2015|

Question: I’m always pursuing guys that I can’t have and running away from  guys that show interest.  I’m a sad contradiction.  I’m always alone and find myself longing for a boyfriend.   Whenever hot guys do approach me I freeze up and can’t look at them or talk to them and they in turn believe there is no interest and move on.  I cruise guys but am afraid to make the first move.  I’ve lost out on a lot of hot men over the years and realize I have no one to blame but myself.  

On top of that, I had one relationship over 14 years ago and he ended it.  Since then I’m afraid to open up to anyone.  I think he’ll only see my flaws once he gets to know me, dump me and my self-esteem will suffer. I lost my job after that relationship ended, obsessing over him and feeling like I was worthless and am afraid it could happen again.  My inability to open up to anyone has earned me a bad reputation in this town and many guys won’t approach me. They think I’m a cock-tease or just an asshole. […]