The A to C of hepatitis

What’s the difference between hepatitis A, B and C? How can they affect you? And how can you treat them? Read more

Staying hard: coping with erectile dysfunction

Not being able to get hard, or stay hard, when between the sheets can happen to any of us. Read more

A guide to home testing

Cuts to sexual health services over the last few years have made it more difficult for people to get seen in a clinic for a check-up, but for many of us, regular testing is now a lot easier with free at home sample kits. Read more

What women want...from fetish

FS magazine surveys tend to attract and be taken by gay and bisexual men, however our latest survey about fetish had an unprecedented LGBTQ+ female response — 278 of the 1,350 respondents were women. Read more

Sun, sea, sand, sex and STIs

A holiday can occasionally see you arrive home with more than a tan (or sunburn) and some souvenirs. Read more

Gay and travelling: where aren't we welcome?

If you’re gay and travelling abroad, it’s sensible to check the laws governing sex and sexuality in whichever country you’re visiting. Read more

Three reasons to test for HIV

What is your reason for testing for HIV? Maybe it’s habit. Maybe it’s because you did something a little on the ‘riskier’ side. Read more

The group sex guide

The chances are that at some point in your life you will end up in a threesome, foursome, fivesome, orgy or full on gang bang. Read more

Open relationships: Do rules really matter?

Fidelity isn’t as straight-forward as heteronormative values would have you believe. Many of us are in non-traditional relationships, whether they are open,  polyamorous or a throuple (or more). Read more

First Dates: FS Edition

We’ve read all the clichéd dating columns before, so for the sake of variety let’s take a look at some different first date secrets. Read more

STIs: Don't get mad. Get tested.

You’re sat in the waiting room at the clinic. Everyone is sheepishly focused on their phone scrolling and scrolling, or suddenly fascinated by a magazine they must now read cover to cover. Anything to avoid eye contact, because if you saw someone you knew that would be the absolute worst. Right? Read more

I’ve found out I’m HIV-positive. What do I do now?

I have been living with HIV for more than ten years  and you might say I am a bit of an HIV old-timer. Read more

7 ways to prevent HIV

Preventing HIV in 2017 is a little more complex than “just wear a condom.” But don’t worry, we will mentions condoms. Calm down. Here are seven ways you can prevent HIV: Read more

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No, it’s SUPER-GONORRHOEA!

In the last couple of months we’ve seen headlines about three (yes, three) untreatable infections of super gonorrhoea. Read more

Getting tested: How scary is it? (not very)

FS contributor Hadley Stewart, explains that how his own experiences at GUM clinics haven’t been scary at all. Read more

What can we do about revenge porn?

If you’ve ever sent a nude or a sext, you’re not alone. Read more

Balls - it's no game

Testicular cancer doesn’t discriminate, so it’s recommended that you check them at least once a month. Read more