Oh you know, just the answers to everybody’s favorite two questions ever.
“Lost in the Dole pineapple maze in Hawaii.” “On my back in a Corolla on a bridge in a Little Bo Peep costume.” “The aardvark exhibit at the zoo.”
High femmes, women over 35 and people in relationships orgasm a whole lot during sex and other interesting things we learned about how you get off.
The Ultimate Lesbian Sex Survey knows what you’ve got on underneath those jeans, and how that relates to your gender identity and presentation.
On the masturbation practices of the 8,566 humans who took our Ultimate Lesbian Sex Survey — how they do it, for how long, how often, and “how much more than everybody else.”
In which I dive into piles of mostly-confusing data to figure out where the girls are in a country where gayborhoods tend to be filled with boys.
We’ve got all the numbers on how often you have sex from our Ultimate Lesbian Sex Survey — and some of them might surprise you!
Nearly 40% of women surveyed had fantasized about getting it on with another woman. Also have you noticed that the sky is especially blue today?
Alternative answer: not enough. Time to start recruiting! (…Kidding.)
42% of Americans believe that gay people are born rather than made.
What do other people think of us?! The country wants to know.
This week, a really significant and fascinating new study changed not only the information we have about queer people, but it may change what we know about research on queer people as a whole.
Researchers wanted to find out if physical and/or psychosocial differences are predictive of hand-holding habits when gender is no longer a factor.
The annual British Social Attitudes survey indicates increasing acceptance of homosexuality, though same-sex adoption and parenting remain controversial.
A national survey using homophobic language yields homophobic results: 47% of Singaporeans “reject gay lifestyles.” What does this mean and why is it important?
“Of the 101 films released last year by the six major studios, only five films contained any semblance of queer lady representation.”
A look at the stories behind the stories and the humans behind the characters and the numbers behind those stories in everybody’s favorite lezalicious prison dramedy.
A newly released GLSEN survey shows LGBT youth are more likely to be bullied online than their straight peers. But they’re also figuring out how to make it better for themselves.
We haven’t yet been accepted as gospel, but we’re lightyears ahead of where we were 10 years ago.
I want us to all take a moment to let this sink: according to the largest study on same-sex parents and their children ever conducted, the kids are not only okay, but in some ways more well-adjusted than the children in heterosexual-parented families.