a culture capable of astonishing levels
of hysteria and illogic over matters sexual,
David Steinberg stands out as one of our
sanest voices on this subject. Erotic
by Nature features Steinberg's writing
and curatorial efforts, as well as examples
of his own sexual photography and erotic
poetry and fiction.
An Erotic Anthology, edited by the Café's
Executive Director, A. D. Coleman, is an ongoing,
gradually growing collection of creative and diaristic
writings, discursive essays, visual art, and multimedia
projects in which the erotic impulses of a diversity
of voices representing the breadth of the sexual
spectrum are allowed free rein.
Is there sex after 60?
Not just in the mind, but in actual practice?
In Plunce: Don Riemer's Libidinal Journal, a pseudonymous
midwestern U.S. male asks and answers (affirmatively)
that question, ruminating along the way on everything
from black box theory as it applies in romantic
situations to the euphemism frottage.
Plus: A section of our
Café's bookmarks list, Jump
City: Hot Links, offering our favorite love-related and lust-related sites elsewhere on the Web.
Note: Except for the Love & Lust links page, we restrict access to all our Love & Lust features to those over 18 years of age.