American sexuality an online magazine
These aspects of identity — the sense of being a man or a woman, for instance, and whom one is drawn to physically or romantically — are distinct.
But they are related, and together, they're undergoing a sea change, as an increasing number of people say they aren't one or the other but perhaps neither or maybe both.
For more on poetic forms, browse our selection of terms from Edward Hirsch’s Life is short, though I keep this from my children.
Life is short, and I’ve shortened minein a thousand delicious, ill-advised ways,a thousand deliciously ill-advised ways I’ll keep from my children.
And the wind,as before, fingers perfectlyits derisive music.
We’re excited to announce that we’ve invited twelve new guest editors to each curate a month of Poem-a-Day in 2018. Find out more about the program and the other guest editors.
Even disco's Grace Jones fully actualized her freakiness when she covered the Bowie/Pop tune "Nightclubbing," which set a stage for today's art-pop transgressions of Lady Gaga and Janelle Monáe."I loved how he challenged people about how gender was represented," says Adam Lambert of Bowie's beyond-music contributions.
A Pulitzer Prize winner, an Academy Fellowship winner, and the first black woman appointed as consultant in poetry to the Library of Congress, Gwendolyn Brooks was—and continues to be—an outstanding voice in the world of contemporary American poetry.
Brooks, who was awarded countless literary honors in her lifetime, was known for writing poems that captured a cross-section of everyday life in her hometown of Chicago.
Married to Iman, a Somali-American, since 1992, Bowie let unconventionally matched and gendered heteros know their nonconformity would be cool too.
In Park City, Utah, students are lining up at a local high school to get their locker assignments for the semester.