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The Truth about


If you were to take seriously Matt Smith’s inflammatory SF Weekly article on (“Whipped and Gagged — Is Government Spending Obscene?”), you would think that all sorts of nefarious things are going on at the huge old armory at 14th and Mission that is’s home.

Smith claims that — which turns […]

Of Oprah, Daughters, Sex, and Vibrators


Oprah and sex educator Laura Berman set a new flurry of startled/delighted controversy into motion last week with a series of shows focused on how, when, and whether parents should talk to their kids about sex.

Of course this is nothing new for either Oprah or Laura Berman, but the show cut interesting ground […]

Seattle’s Grand Celebration of Art and Eroticism


It’s a sad truth, and something hard for me as an erotically patriotic San Franciscan to admit, but the most significant and exciting fine art erotic event in the U.S., year after year, takes place not in San Francisco but in Seattle, home of the Seattle Erotic Art Festival (SEAF). SEAF just had its […]

Sex, Obama Style — What Can We Expect?


What can we expect from the Obama Administration when it comes to the politics of sex? Is Barack Obama, personally, progressive when it comes to sex? What role does he see for sex and sex-related issues in his larger political agenda? Will Obama oversee a radical shift in thinking about how government and sexual […]

The Politics of Sex


It seems so obvious, yet never gets said, so let’s put it on the table:

Sex is the number one political issue of these times.

I know: The economy is tanking. War is raging in Iraq, Afghanistan, and a dozen other places. Global warming is about to change the planet as we know it. […]