Leslie Kean’s New York Times bestselling book, UFOs: Generals, Pilots and Government Officials Go On the Record, examines the overwhelming factual evidence for still-unexplained aerial objects. Hard-nosed and fastidious, Kean offers us a riveting challenge to the irrational UFO taboo.
Leslie Kean’s New York Times bestselling book, UFOs: Generals, Pilots and Government Officials Go On the Record, examines the overwhelming factual evidence for still-unexplained aerial objects. Hard-nosed and fastidious, Kean offers us a riveting challenge to the irrational UFO taboo.
While taking psychiatric medication has undergone a societal shift from taboo to commonplace, poet and musician Shira Erlichman delves into the taboo of the psychotropic relationship, a significant other who shares one’s mind and body more intimately than anyone.
While taking psychiatric medication has undergone a societal shift from taboo to commonplace, poet and musician Shira Erlichman delves into the taboo of the psychotropic relationship, a significant other who shares one’s mind and body more intimately than anyone.
Catherine Opie needs little introduction. For those who haven’t had the pleasure of learning about one of the great artists of our time, Opie has been instrumental in investigating sexual taboos, identity, and what it means to document community through the photographic lens for many years.
Catherine Opie needs little introduction. For those who haven’t had the pleasure of learning about one of the great artists of our time, Opie has been instrumental in investigating sexual taboos, identity, and what it means to document community through the photographic lens for many years.
Dr. Velleda Ceccoli takes an incisive look at female sexuality through the lens of erotic dance, inspired by the groundbreaking documentary "My Erotic Body" by Michele Beck, in which women of various backgrounds and occupations are filmed pole dancing.
Dr. Velleda Ceccoli takes an incisive look at female sexuality through the lens of erotic dance, inspired by the groundbreaking documentary "My Erotic Body" by Michele Beck, in which women of various backgrounds and occupations are filmed pole dancing.
The teaching and practice of psychology has veered into a dark abyss. The overuse of diagnosis has destroyed the imagination of practitioners and clients, leaving in its place a philosophy of pathology and system of practices that do more harm than good.
The teaching and practice of psychology has veered into a dark abyss. The overuse of diagnosis has destroyed the imagination of practitioners and clients, leaving in its place a philosophy of pathology and system of practices that do more harm than good.
Through her visceral language and strongly tactile imagery, poet Kim Addonizio embraces the taboo of voyeurism by submerging us into an intensely reflective, physical experience of sexuality that dares us to look away.
Through her visceral language and strongly tactile imagery, poet Kim Addonizio embraces the taboo of voyeurism by submerging us into an intensely reflective, physical experience of sexuality that dares us to look away.
A conversation with famed artist Shary Boyle that reveals important meaning and nuances to her delicate and rich practice. Through ceramics, installation, and other media, Boyle continues to craft meaningful works within the landscape of contemporary art.
A conversation with famed artist Shary Boyle that reveals important meaning and nuances to her delicate and rich practice. Through ceramics, installation, and other media, Boyle continues to craft meaningful works within the landscape of contemporary art.
Dmitry Borshch’s work is filled with political undertones carried out with bold and nostalgic forms. His unique aesthetic translates his practice into vivid and unsettling ink images influence by Russian constructivism, de stijl, and soviet non-conformists.
Dmitry Borshch’s work is filled with political undertones carried out with bold and nostalgic forms. His unique aesthetic translates his practice into vivid and unsettling ink images influence by Russian constructivism, de stijl, and soviet non-conformists.
Author, radio host, and counselor Will Hall presents a stunning indictment of treating the diagnosed “schizophrenic” or “psychotic” through forced medication and hospitalization, challenging a common dichotomy within the mental healthcare system.
Author, radio host, and counselor Will Hall presents a stunning indictment of treating the diagnosed “schizophrenic” or “psychotic” through forced medication and hospitalization, challenging a common dichotomy within the mental healthcare system.
What if enrichment can mean having many significant others, rather than choosing the more normative option of one? Dr. Anya explores the ideology of polyamory, noting its aim to exchange the jealousy of exclusivity for the abounding love of inclusivity.
What if enrichment can mean having many significant others, rather than choosing the more normative option of one? Dr. Anya explores the ideology of polyamory, noting its aim to exchange the jealousy of exclusivity for the abounding love of inclusivity.
Lumir Hladik is an established contemporary artist who helped create the Czech Action Art movement and now works with theories engaging quantum physics, entropy, and the idolization of the celebrity. His latest work attempts at a shift towards our lack of respect for animals.
Lumir Hladik is an established contemporary artist who helped create the Czech Action Art movement and now works with theories engaging quantum physics, entropy, and the idolization of the celebrity. His latest work attempts at a shift towards our lack of respect for animals.
Informative yet humorous, author and therapist Dawn Walton meditates on the self-imposed taboo of binge-eating in secrecy, illustrating this often evolutionary response through relatable case studies from her own practice.
Informative yet humorous, author and therapist Dawn Walton meditates on the self-imposed taboo of binge-eating in secrecy, illustrating this often evolutionary response through relatable case studies from her own practice.
“Talk about it,” advises therapist Alyssa Siegel, who has found that one of her clients’ greatest taboos is expressing honest emotions. By acknowledging the parts of ourselves or our partners that have become taboo, Siegel explains, we can rid ourselves of an endless cycle of conflict.
“Talk about it,” advises therapist Alyssa Siegel, who has found that one of her clients’ greatest taboos is expressing honest emotions. By acknowledging the parts of ourselves or our partners that have become taboo, Siegel explains, we can rid ourselves of an endless cycle of conflict.
Does choosing to be controlled by a Master mean surrendering your individuality, or celebrating it? In “The Collar,” writer Diane E. Baumer elucidates for us the empowering, erotically charged world of consensual slavery.
Does choosing to be controlled by a Master mean surrendering your individuality, or celebrating it? In “The Collar,” writer Diane E. Baumer elucidates for us the empowering, erotically charged world of consensual slavery.
Wednesday Kim employs surrealist imagery in new media to create engrossing environments littered with CGI body parts. Her conversation explores nuances of mental health and personal identity.
Wednesday Kim employs surrealist imagery in new media to create engrossing environments littered with CGI body parts. Her conversation explores nuances of mental health and personal identity.
While self-mutilation is often linked to severe trauma or abuse, it may also arise as an emotional release for a difficult situation. Writer Sally Basmajian offers us an eloquent tale of distress, both delicate in its language and cutting in its commentary.
While self-mutilation is often linked to severe trauma or abuse, it may also arise as an emotional release for a difficult situation. Writer Sally Basmajian offers us an eloquent tale of distress, both delicate in its language and cutting in its commentary.
What are therapists treating when they treat clients for “Gender Identity Disorder?” asks author Joy Ladin, who brilliantly encapsulates the multifaceted struggle of transgender people not only to be understood by society, but to fully understand themselves.
What are therapists treating when they treat clients for “Gender Identity Disorder?” asks author Joy Ladin, who brilliantly encapsulates the multifaceted struggle of transgender people not only to be understood by society, but to fully understand themselves.

Books By Contributing Authors & Artists

UFOs: Generals, Pilots and Government Officials Go On the Record
by Leslie Kean
How Sex Heals
by Stanley Siegel and more
The Philosopher's Club
by Kim Addonizio
The Harm Reduction Guide to Coming Off Psychiatric Drugs
by Will Hall
Catherine Opie: American Photographer
by Dorthy Alison
Bad Behavior
by Bill Hayward
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