Although HIV rates across the US are on the decline, in Jackson, Mississippi, up to 40% of young black men who have sex with men have HIV—a statistic that rivals undeveloped countries in Africa. Nowhere in the country is the fight for LGBTQ equality more crucial.
The 4th (and final!) episode of the Slutever VICE documentary series is out today :) This one investigates a new trend of single women in Japan who are paying for rent-a-boyfriends by the hour. Jealous! I went to Tokyo to have the boyfriend experience.
Do you think you tell a $10,000 silicone penis from the real thing? On the latest episode of New York mag’s SEX LIVES podcast, I talk with slut heroine Maureen O’Connor about the making of the new VICE Slutever show: fucking fake dicks, observing medical sexual surrogacy; renting a cuddle-boyfriend in Japan; helping a dominatrix kidnap a client by throwing him in the trunk of her car, and so on. Listen here :) – Karley
For most people, the idea of being abducted is terrifying. But in the BDSM world, one person’s nightmare is another person’s ultimate sexual fantasy. In this episode, the infamous dominatrix Mistress Darcy teaches me about the complex and risky world of abduction fantasies. I kidnapped someone LOL.
Episode 2 of the Slutever show is out, in which I travel to Vancouver to meet a group of bad-ass sex workers who cater specifically to disabled clients. And I also hang with Spencer, a radio show host with cerebral palsy, who opens up about how sex surrogacy changed his life.
After a 3 year hiatus, the VICE Slutever show is back with four new episodes! #SexualLollercoaster
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 ;)
In a new VICE documentary, I investigate the ways that dating apps have become an essential part of our search for the next hook-up, true love, and everything in-between.
Vice just posted this awesome video, which I wanted to share with you. It’s about female drag queens and gender performance, which is something I’ve been thinking a lot about lately, after recently reading Judith Butler’s Gender Trouble, which was the first book to theorize that gender is a cultural construct, and that we’re all performing our gender all the time. Drag has been a gay man’s art for decades, but women can be queens, too :) I highly recommend this…