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Beyond Predators and Victims: The Not-So-Sensational Story of Debra LaFave and Her 14-Year-Old Student (Comes Naturally #158)


Boy: So what time are you planning on heading over?

Debra: Are you sure? Like, I just feel… I mean, I don’t want you lying to your mom. I mean, it’s like…

Boy: No, it’s all right. She’s gone in a sales meeting, like all day.

Debra: You’re sure?

Boy: Yeah.

Debra: All right. […]

What I Did on My Summer Vacation: A Jaunt into Sexual Disneyland (Comes Naturally #157)


It’s called Lifestyles 2005, this year’s Las Vegas convergence of three thousand swingers for four days of parties, camaraderie, erotic shopping, lying around the pool, and a scattering of educational seminars.

Steve Mason, a long-time Comes Naturally subscriber and Lifestyles seminar coordinator, has been after me for some time to speak there about my […]

Masturbating the Month of May (Comes Naturally #156)


Well, it’s all over but the shouting, but in case you haven’t heard, May has been National Masturbation Month. Indeed, May 2005 marks National Masturbation Month’s tenth anniversary, which is to say it’s become something of a national institution. In this young, ever-reinventing-itself country of ours, where history is measured in weeks instead of […]

Jamison Green, Sex, Gender, and the Question of What It Means to Be a Real Man (Comes Naturally #155)


Becoming a Visible Man, by Jamison Green, Vanderbilt University Press, 2004, 232 pages, ISBN 0-8265-1457-X, $24.95.


I first met Jamison Green at a party in San Francisco. I was introduced to him by my good friend, journalist Marcy Sheiner. Marcy had interviewed Jamison a year or so earlier for a feature story she […]

Looking Back Over One Year: A Photographic Remembrance of San Francisco’s Same-Sex Marriage Revolt (Comes Naturally #154)


The date was March 10, 2004. I had just finished writing a column (Comes Naturally #146) about San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom’s momentous declaration — directing San Francisco’s County Clerk to begin issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples. My editor wanted some photos that he could publish with the column.

I didn’t expect my […]