My latest Breathless column for Vogue is about what turns me on, and how sometimes the things that arouse us are scary and vaguely tragic tbh. Read it HERE :) – Karley Sciortino
Before Tinder, Bumble, Seeking Arrangement, Craigslist Personals and whatever the online dating equivalent of MySpace was, there were newspaper personals. As Slutever has long been a point of convergence for those of us with non-conforming sexualities, it seemed like the right thing to do to help sluts meet other like-minded sluts. Inspired by the likes of Herstory Personals, and The Georgia Straight’s I Saw Yous, Slutever introduces our very own: Lonely Sluts personals. Whether you’re kinky, vanilla, lonely, poly, a…
How can I be a slut without being terrified of STDs? What are my chances of getting HIV? Should I ever give a BJ with a condom? Here, Dr. Zhana—sex researcher and the human sexuality professor at NYU—tells us everything we need to know.
Ask Slutever is somewhat reliable slash often offensive dating advice. By Karley Sciortino.
New York’s Feminist Film Week starts today! Here’s a list of films you can’t miss. (And if you don’t live in NYC, this is still a great list of must-sees by pioneering feminist filmmakers.) By Kristen Cochrane.
The Tell is a live storytelling and music event that happens once a month in New York. I recently had the pleasure of relaying a personal story at The Tell about the time I tried to orchestrate a threesome, which ended up being far more complicated than group sex ever should be. Listen here :) – Karley Sciortino
Today, our laptops are graced with more complex, leading female TV characters than ever before. Here’s 10 shows you can’t miss. By Michel Ghanem.
Sometimes it’s hard to tell if you truly love someone, or if you’re just in love with the idea of being in love. Emily Bahr-de Stefano reflects on being a love addict, wtf love addiction is, and the specific tragicness of being dumped via Skype. Image by Petra Collins.
Are you suffering through a Valentine’s Day hangover? Feeling like a tragic loser, waiting for sexts that never come? Don’t worry—here’s a guide to using Roland Barthes’ famous book, A Lover’s Discourse, as literary electroshock therapy for your love life. By Kristen Cochrane.
I was 10 years late to Gossip Girl, and it’s basically a (very addictive) show about trust funds, waist coats and rapists. Here, we revisit some of the most ridiculous things about Gossip Girl, with a decade of hindsight. By Lizzi Sandell.