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.
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
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 :)
Am I jaded? Or am I just realistic? Or am I neither (aka delusional)? Read my latest Breathless for Vogue HERE :)
A bunch of people on the internet are arguing that, on the new Netflix show Love, the conventionally pretty Mickey is “too hot” to be dating nerdy Gus. But that argument just feels so… basic.
Dear Slutever, I’ve done the whole ‘go out on the weekend and hook-up with a different guy each time.’ I’ve had fuck buddies and casual hookups. I’ve tried celibacy. But all along I’ve wanted to be in a real, serious, monogamous relationship and I’ve settled for these other things because I couldn’t get what I really wanted. Now, I really really want it. But no one is giving me a chance. Not one guy I’ve liked and who I thought…
I visited a shaman to see if psychedelic drugs could cure my commitment phobia (lol).
I’m guest on Alexi Wasser’s new podcast, Love Alexi, on the Nerdist network—yay! Alexi is the author of the amazing relationship website I’m Boy Crazy, which I have been a fan of since I was like 21. Alexi used to host a call-in sex advice radio show (that I was a guest on last year), but now she’s started a new podcast, and it’s bigger and better than ever. Below you can listen to us talk about sex, dating, being…
Lizzi Sandell tells the story of the year she went lez—more specifically, how she met and fell in love with her girlfriend, after having previously only dated men.
Simone de Beauvoir—acclaimed author of The Second Sex, and long time partner of Jean-Paul Sartre—was one of the most important figures in both feminism and philosophy. Since today is her birthday, Kristen Cochrane reminds us why she was such a bad bitch.