Two women—one with a degree in psychology from Columbia, the other with a degree in engineering from MIT—combine their powers to make a wearable vibrator. By Erika Allen.
Talking with queer sex worker and activist, Tilly Lawless, about her experiences as an independent sex worker, the “whorearchy,” and why it’s super annoying when “feminist” Hollywood actresses are anti-sex work. By Karley Sciortino <3 Main image by Chloe Nour :)
It’s super annoying when you fall in love with someone who doesn’t love you back (rude). It’s even more annoying when people tell you it must be “meant to be.” By Misha Scott.
Will Rebein’s Films Shed New Light on the “Meltdowns” of Female Celebrities like Amanda Bynes and Britney SpearsMay 14, 2016
Over the last 15 years, we’ve seen a lot of female celebrities go through very public meltdowns. But who’s to blame for this? Kristen Cochrane examines this Hollywood phenomenon, through the lens of Will Rebein’s eerily poignant films.
A book about a woman with a very unusual profession, and another book about a married man who’s trying to make it work… for better or for worse. By Karley Sciortino
When it come’s to your partner’s ex, where’s the line between healthy curiosity and straight-up stalker obsession? Read my latest Breathless for Vogue HERE :) xo Karley Sciortino
Drake made it cool to be emotional in a genre where “money, cash, hoes” has been the holy prayer. But his whole Nice Guy schtick can be kind of annoying and creepy. Has he finally ditched that persona on his new mixtape? By Kristen Cochrane.
The story of how one British school teacher with money troubles started over as a mature escort, re-discovered her sexuality, and unexpectedly fell in love—spoiler, Fifty Shades of Grey is involved :)
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.