Stories about: sex
With little energy but plenty of desire during cancer treatment, this author found sex had to be left to the professionals.
From Progress Shark to lesbian literature, activism to polyamory and so much more, here are Archer Magazine’s editors’ top picks for 2023.
Yen-Rong Wong talks about her new book, Me, Her, Us, exploring race, sex, pleasure, kink, familial expectation and identity.
By improving sex education in Nigeria and destigmatising sex as a shameful act, sex may be enjoyed safely, regardless of gender or sexuality.
From trans sex to bisexual pride, here are our most read online pieces of 2022.
Just about every live Madonna performance features gendered revenge themes. She overpowers men via kicking, hitting, shooting or fucking.
We are all just reacting to our bodies’ hormonal changes, but ticking boxes in the bedroom felt like more of a priority than genuine pleasure. This glorified act started to feel a little rogue – ugly, even – and I haven’t even tried it yet.
A one-size-fits-all approach to hormonal birth control is almost guaranteed to cause unintended harm, but we’re told that it’s unavoidable.
“The main focus of my work is a documentation of soft, intimate moments.” Photographer Spyros Rennt talks to Christopher Boševski.
This is what makes purity culture social media influencers so unique; their ideologies are bound in digital currencies – not physical ones.
It’s our new monthly queer film review! Strap on for fave oldies and new baby dyke films on the scene. We start with Better Than Chocolate.
The first time I discovered period sex, it was impromptu and with someone I loved. I was really aroused by the idea of it.
I always came back to porn. I started to repress any frightened part of my brain in order to keep up with Pornhub. I was completely desensitised.
It made me hate being a boy. Not because I didn’t want to be one, but because the world around me was letting me know I was doing a bad job at trying.
I decided to write this article – a beginner’s guide to hooking up with trans people – in the hope that it can help others like my friend Sam, and hopefully lead to more hot, trans-inclusive sex for everyone.
Here’s a top 10 list of our editors’ picks for 2021, celebrating some of the incredible articles written by our contributors.
As we celebrate our newly launched DISABILITIES issue, we’re also taking the opportunity to look back on all of the brilliant pieces we’ve published this year. This was my first year as Archer Magazine’s Deputy Online Editor. As a long-time Archer volunteer and hanger-arounder of founder Amy Middleton, I was absolutely thrilled to come aboard. …
“How do you have anything in common with younger people anyway?” I vividly remember a friend asking me this question with a tone of obvious disapproval. Instantly, I felt ashamed. At 28 years old, I could see why they questioned it. According to society, you should aim to date someone one to three years either …
Never anything other than summer I didn’t get into trouble much at school. In truth, I can recall only a few occasions when my actions were brought into question. Maybe there were more. Maybe they just don’t burn as hot as the time I planted my nine-year-old lips on another boy’s nine-year-old cheek. …
I guessed I was busted for the sex stuff, and I knew I was in very deep shit.
In early June, I was preparing myself for the rainbow marketing and pink washing that comes with the celebration of Pride Month each year. During this month, brands and organisations often come up with new logos and various types of rainbow branding. They host talks, plan shows, and make a sudden effort to ensure conversations …
I was deep into Melbourne’s second lockdown, writing an article on COVID’s impact on queer nightlife, when my editor showed me queeringthemap. The interactive tool allows users to geographically map queer memories and landmarks, recording “the cartography of queer life”. Sifting through notes pinned against Melbourne’s most recognisable fixtures was beautiful and haunting; a showcase …