Critical thinking of here! My new Breathless for Vogue is an in-depth analysis of Christian Grey’s bro and un-bro qualities. Also, I take a stab (literally) at Grey, the latest in the Fifty Shades series. Read it HERE :) – Karley
Kristen Cochrane looks at whether various laws intended to “protect” sex workers can actually make conditions more dangerous, and a new Toronto art exhibition that focuses on sex work legalization and sport mega-events.
Today’s advice goes out to a flirtatiously challenged teen and a nympho government worker, by Karley Sciortino.
Badass writer and academic, Kristen Cochrane, looks back at film history and asks: why is it that in horror films, the girls who have sex always die, and usually first?
By Karley Sciortino / I’ve gotten quite a bit of flack for “glamorizing sex work” on this blog, and to that I say: “Yeah, so what?”
As will come as no shock to anyone, guys will say literally anything to sleep with you without a condom. But proper condom etiquette can be really sexy! Because we didn’t learn about sex in finishing school, my new Breathless is Condoms 101. Read it HERE :)
Hottie Vera Papisova gets the dish from hottie Dale Cooper about porn, blow-jobs, and HIV prevention.
Ever wished you had a wise lesbian BFF you could turn to in all of your queer quandaries? Well, now you have Scout Durwood, an enlightened queer lady and LA-based comedian, currently appearing on Oxygen’s show Funny Girls. She also writes the very funny (and helpful!) blog, Sex Advice from a Lesbian. Today, Scout discusses how to stop becoming obsessed with straight girls, and whether hitting on chicks is actually more complicated than hitting on dudes.
What the F is a “dry orgasm?” Why is MILF porn so unbelievably popular? What should you do when anal sex unexpectedly gets messy (and what can you do to help make sure it doesn’t)? Dr. Zhana (AKA Slutever’s “Ask a Sex Researcher” and I went on HuffPost’s “Love + Sex” podcast to answer 11 sex questions that you might be too shy to ask your friends.
Writer and academic Kristen Cochrane discusses the myth of the slutty, crazy bisexual, from Basic Instinct to Jennifer’s Body.