Hectic schedules aside, members of the LGBTA community take one week out of the year to come together and show their pride.
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This weekend’s festival season kick-off will see a festival apart from the partying kind.
Sandwiches, kitchens and white dresses have plagued women and their respective gender roles for years.
Though hardly the fashion capital of the world, a crop of students is learning the tricks of the fashion trade in the rolling hills of Appalachia.
My boyfriend and I are in an open relationship (meaning we can have sex with other people, but we just can’t go on dates with them or become romantically involved). I am very happy with the arrangement and so is he, but we both seem to have a difficult time explaining this to other people. Is this not a healthy relationship or should we just not tell other people about the situation?
Lilly Ledbetter, equal pay activist and namesake of the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Restoration Act, will come to Ohio University on Thursday, March 14, according to the university press release.
At the beginning of the semester, I was having a fun Tuesday night uptown, maybe a little too much fun. It was my "friend’s" (in the loosest of terms) birthday. It was very cold, and after huddling up close together outside the bar, he offered to walk me home, and I offered that he stay the night. Well, what I expected to just be a cuddle sesh turned out to be more. However... he was unable to maintain an erection and became flaccid due to alcohol intoxication. Needless to say, the night was kind of a let down, no pun intended. It was fine in the morning, but now whenever "friend" sees me, he is SO awkward. Is he really THAT embarrassed about not being erect, or is it something I did? Does he think of me differently for inviting him over? What gives?
The 85th Academy Awards featured talking teddy bears, musical tributes and the first tie in more than 30 years.
I’ve recently started dating this guy and I really like him, but we haven’t had sex yet. The other day he asked me how many guys I’ve had sex with before him. I’m worried that it may be too high or low for him, so I didn’t tell him, but I think he wants to know. What should I do?
Students who didn’t have a sweetheart this Valentine’s Day still got a chance to get in on the love.
If movies are any indication, a typical scene on Feb. 14 consists of either a romantic candlelight dinner shared between lovers, or a middle-aged woman with too many cats diving into a tub of Ben & Jerry’s and watching The Notebook.
When I found out I’d be taking over this column this semester, I thought about a lot of things. I knew that I wanted to promote (safe) sexual freedom and empowerment. I wanted to make it fun and easy to read and I knew that there was one holiday that would make it pretty easy to talk about all of these things: Valentine’s Day.
As Proposition 8 and the Defense of Marriage Act head to the Supreme Court this spring, the Athens community will have a chance to hear the details of the original trial.
Editor’s Note: This is the first in a five-part series about students’ and Athens residents’ coming of faith.
As the search for a new LGBT Center director comes to a close, the community had a chance to meet with the position’s two potential candidates.
I work at one of the food service places on campus, so most of us are the same age and all my coworkers and me are really close. Recently, my boss has sent me some flirty texts and I’ve been hanging out with him a little outside of work. He’s made it very clear he wants to start something between us, but I’m not so sure. I know it’s not illegal or anything, but is it really a good idea to date your boss?
Students with artistic majors are still sacrificing for their art.
They may not exactly be royalty, but one local event is bringing out an array of kings and queens.
Former BedPost writer bids adieu to faithful readers for bigger plans...