Dr. Drew reboot and Santorum joke pioneer Dan Savage arouses all manner of opinions on the love-hate continuum. As Savage brings his amateur porn roadshow back to San Francisco and Berkeley for the next three weeks, we asked a cross-section of sex-positive Bay Area authors, podcasters, and relationship coaches whether
Looking for something a little different to do in San Francisco? How about sex in a community center? Well, (to be more specific) ‘how about sex themed events’ hosted at the JCCSF?
For the ideal holiday gift, look no further than that winking young lady above holding a plate of boner-shaped Christmas cookies. Ukelele chanteuse sexpot Rachel Lark has just released her penetrating Christmas treasury “Hung for the Holidays“, a heart-warming collection of XXX ukelele yuletide Christmas carol filth. “Hung for the Holidays” is available
Inforum at the Commonwealth Club are rad. Not only do they put on amazing events, they also let me give away tickets to you, my dear and demented readers. This particular one seems pretty incredible. I’ve got a pair of premium tickets for one lucky winner. This includes his book,
Books and Summer. Such a lovely marriage. Don’t you think? A beautiful story unfolding with every word, as the sun shines on the city, can be as calming as sounds of waves crashing onto the shore on a moonlit night. In fact, any season is the perfect season for reading.
Alright Broke-Ass Bookworm Brooklynites* you’ve been waiting all year for it, the Brooklyn Book Festival. And if you haven’t been yet, what took you so long? It’s an all day completely FREE celebration of all things literary. Noted authors come from all over to participate in talks and readings. Among
What I didn’t learn about human sexuality in sex ed class, I learned from reading Savage Love. Dan Savage´s columns prepared me for any weird thing a guy might do, and taught me about warning signs in relationships. He´s been talking people through their problems with threesomes, masturbating parrots, sex
[youtube 7KOr3nhb8XI&hd=1] Dan Savage recently printed a letter from a reader mourning the suicide of Billy Lucas and was at a loss for what to do about isolated gay teenagers in unsupportive and even abusive communities. Savage responded by starting the “It Gets Better” project on Youtube to reach out