About H BOMB

“Projector Experiment,” Miranda Shugars. 2012. Digital Photography. Dimensions variable.

H BOMB Magazine is Harvard College’s premier arts and literary magazine dedicated to exploring issues related to gender, sex, and sexuality. Student-run and student-produced, H BOMB is the result of collaborative efforts between backgrounds and disciplines. H BOMB was founded in 2004 with this simple premise: young people today can handle, deeply want, and in fact need a safe, open, and public forum for discussing all things sex.

After its debut in 2004, H Bomb was featured in Newsweek, the Washington Post, the Boston Globe, the New York Times, the Boston Phoenix, Playboy, CBS, FOX, MSNBC, ABC, New England Cable News, the Comcast Channel, and CNN2.

H BOMB believes in fostering creatively critical–and critically creative–dialogue, wherein all opinions, beliefs, and views are respected. From the dead-serious to the whimsical (and with a little kink in between), we aim to present work that is smart, sexy, deeply felt and considered, and above all questioning of the sexual status quo.

H BOMB aims to provide the space for members of the Harvard community and beyond to bare their thoughts, questions, concerns, or anxieties about sex. Back after two years, H BOMB’s newest issue features interview-based non-fiction, creative pieces, visual art, and more–from social conservatives to radical feminists; from erotica to academia. Most of the content comes directly from Harvard students, and H BOMB makes it our top priority to ensure representation from thinkers of all races, cultures, ethnicities, genders, sexualities, and perspectives.

H BOMB is what happens when hot minds and brilliant bodies collaborate to help make a sexier, more thoughtful, and safer tomorrow.


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