How and when did poles become inextricably linked with women taking their clothes off? And how, more recently, did pole dancing become a trendy workout for women looking to “find their inner diva” or whatever? Camille Darroux reports:
How much should kids know about sex, and at what age? Nickie Shobeiry discusses how growing up in uber liberal Denmark to Iranian parents, and then moving to England, was a bit of a sex-ed mindfuck.
Franco says he doesn’t engage in gay sexual behavior or desires (as far as we know), but he’s always making gay work. It makes you wonder: What makes a person “queer” anyway? By Kristen Cochrane.
Slutever’s resident over-sharer, Cat Damon, walks us through what her cyst has taught her about the universe, sex, not having sex, and eating hamburgers in bed.
Hi, it’s Karley! I hosted a new documentary for VICE about the history of San Francisco’s Market Street. We explore everything from the rich history at the center of the gay liberation movement, to SF’s vibrant sex-positive community, to the summer of love and the tech boom. And I got to hang with SF legend, rapper Andre Nickatina ;)
When you’re trying to be “chill” about exploring your sexual fluidity, but you realize you’ve never been chill about anything ever. By Misha Scott.
“I went on a date with an actor/bartender because I felt like, ‘Why not?’ I found out why. By Cat Damon.
Am I jaded? Or am I just realistic? Or am I neither (aka delusional)? Read my latest Breathless for Vogue HERE :)
I wrote a mini manifesto about rebranding the word “slut” for a new website called The Provocateur, which features handwritten letters by women. The new definition of “slut” was written by the organizers of the SlutWalk Seattle, and I think it’s perfecto! – Karley Sciortino
A list of the things people have been calling vagina blood since the 18th century. (Spoiler alert: “art” isn’t on the list.) By Kara McGinley