Marten Weber reflects on romantic love and The Knight in Shining Armor ideal, asking whether it keeps us in a state of expectation, never contented.
Marten Weber’s musical epiphany, finding great similarities between Bach’s Baroque and van Buuren’s Trance. Was Bach the first Trance composer?
Marten Weber shares the experience of G., a Russian who bore the brunt of recent intolerance towards the LGBT community within his country.
Marten Weber looks at labels and sexuality and how they’re totally redundant after meeting a unique couple in Barcelona…
Marten Weber reacts against the conservative hysteria about what gay marriage will lead to for society as a whole. Love is love.
Marten Weber talks love, kissing and subways. Challenge bigotry, make out, get your chapstick out…
Marten, drawing on his experience as an activist, looks at how campaigns in the name of individual freedom, whether gay or straight, have affected single mothers.
One for the Opera fans out there. Marten thinks he’s cracked Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin and invites you to look into the strapping Russian dandy’s homoerotic closet.
Marten gives an excellent insight into the place of the penis in modern culture, pointing out just how ridiculous censorship is in limiting art and life.
Marten offers his scandalous experience of straight male sexuality as chaotic, full of vestigial warrior ethos and beautiful contradictions. What would Dr. Freud say?