Rachel Kramer Bussel at The Daily Beast thinks that male bisexuality has become ‘cool’. ‘…whereas bisexual women had their fling with pop culture in the 1990s-when everyone from Drew Barrymore to Madonna messed around with women, not to mention the… Read More »Male Bisexuality: Is it Cool?
The world of straight trade may have long since disappeared from the streets of London but if you still hanker after that lost economy of boisterousness, straight nightclub toilets might be a fruitful place to loiter. Preferably with a line… Read More »Bummed Up The Arse & Overheard At Dinner
Once upon a time the streets of the capital heaved with jolly sailors and guardsmen looking for gentlemen to have fun with. Then gay liberation came along and ruined it for everyone (Independent on Sunday, 11 September 2005) I consider… Read More »Trading in the Past: Queer London
This month’s Details magazine carries a letter (which Details strangely neglected to show to me) by veteran gay writer John Rechy, author of the cult 60s hustler novels City of Night and Numbers, and the 70s plea for homo tolerance… Read More »Sexual Outlaws: ‘Gay For Pay’ Paratroopers
The recent spate of media reports of the commonness of female bisexuality – and the ‘non-existence’ of the male variety – prompts Mark Simpson to ponder the real, ‘red-blooded’ nature of the ‘bi-curious’ times we’re living in. Male bisexuality doesn’t exist. Or it’s… Read More »Curiouser & Curiouser: The Strange ‘Disappearance’ Of Male Bisexuality