More gay men say bareback porn is to blame for riskier sex...

13% of gay men said that watching bareback porn led them to personally have unprotected sex, with a further 9% saying they did not know. An increase from 2012...

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Author: Ian Howley

6 signs you’re addicted to porn

In our survey, about 20% of gay men told us they have a problem with porn.

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11 ways to fuck like a porn star

Confidence is key...

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Rimming: a tongue-in-cheek guide

“I’m not a big fan of having my a$$ eaten but I love to do it. It’s one of my biggest turn-ons.

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Author: Ian Howley

I HATE when gay men use the word ‘Poz’

Although hate is a strong word it isn’t anywhere near enough for how much I feel about being referred to, or anyone else for that matter, as being ‘poz’.

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Author: Ian Howley

How to survive super gonorrhoea

BREAKING NEWS: Super gonorrhoea is on the loose. Run for your lives.

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Author: Ian Howley

Religion + gay sex = guilt?

Conservative religious groups are the powering force behind these discriminatory bills and at the forefront of arguments condemning LGBT inclusive SRE.

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Author: Ian Howley

PrEP and the battle of ‘getting to zero’

HIV seems to be at the front of our minds at the moment, given the storm caused by NHS England’s decision not to fund PrEP on the NHS.

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Author: Ian Howley

TRUE LIFE: I was an alcoholic and a chems addict. I’m now sober and engaged.

Less than two months of being sober and drug free and I literally have everything working out for me. I felt happy... finally.

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Author: Ian Howley

Why gay men need to ditch their inner bitch.

You know who I’m talking about. The wannabe diva queens or the ‘masc 4 masc’ bro dudes who cling on to their cliché friends like their lives depended on it.

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Mental health and the gay community

Mental health is a topic people still find difficult to discuss, even with their closest circle of friends. If you ask us gays, we are all fabulous. “Depressed, me? Struggling? Never!” Which is ironic, considering the staggering amount of data proving otherwise.

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Gay men and bottom shaming

It’s drummed into us that being insertive is masculine and that being receptive is feminine – and that femininity is something that men should avoid at all costs.

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