Helpful, honest advice for being a considerate, highly dateable human—no matter who you're into.
We tested a mountain of sex toys to find out what’s worth some real estate in your nightstand drawer.
Aaron in Boulder talked to GQ about losing his virginity, college hookups, and failed threesomes.
These seven toys will push exactly the right button.
The sequel to Couch Guy is here.
They'll make you last longer in bed, yes. But the goal should be better sex, not longer sex.
Silas in Syracuse talked to GQ about coming out as bi, divorce, and getting into drag.
Tirstan in Nebraska talked to GQ about his teenage irrigation-ditch porn stash, sleeping with friends and former lovers, and waiting until marriage with his wife.
Fight the orgasm gap.
Jack in Seattle talked about an awakening at the movies, experiences on the apps, and pursuing purely physical relationships.
Paul in Vermont talked to GQ about discovering The Joy of Sex as a kid, the logistics of polyamory, and dating his former boss.
We asked a bunch of dudes who have gotten vasectomies about making the decision, whether it hurts, and recovering with (possibly stoned) TV binges.
Dylan in Chicago talked to GQ about coming out, trying bondage with a guy who couldn't tie knots, and the entire rest of his sexual history.
A 34-year-old straight man in London breaks down his entire sexual history.
From the world's most famous relationship therapist comes a game that will bring out stories you've never told anyone.
Talking to a 30-year-old bi guy in Houston about power bottoming and why sex is different with girls.
Butt stuff can be even more fun.
A 35-year-old straight man on college hookups, dating after a big breakup, and learning from a relationship with an older woman.
Plan ahead: A better condom makes a big difference.
A 34-year-old straight man in San Francisco on a childhood porn scrapbook, reading erotica, and butt plugs.
Young adults generally have less sex these days, but it’s not about morality.
But the reality behind the TikTok hashtag is more complicated, as longtime sex workers know.
How a pandemic rough patch turned into a post-pandemic dive into ethical non-monogamy.
Some couples who got serious staying home for a year are seeing an unexpected side of their partners now they’re out in the wild.
Because this comedy-rap track from 2010 is actually the perfect 2021 song of the summer.
Americans are going hard at bars and clubs around the country—sometimes too hard.
Reach out and touch your partner from anywhere on the planet.