I’m starting to realize how different—and freakish—being single feels in your 30s. Read my latest Breathless for Vogue HERE :)
What happens when your relationship is ~chill~, except that your partner is insecure about your #trueslut identity? By Karley Sciortino.
Chris Kraus’s famous novel I Love Dick, about her psycho-sexual obsession with an unattainable man, has now been made into a TV series. Here’s how reading the book changed the way I thought about romantic vulnerability. By Kristen Cochrane.
My new column for Vogue is about my history of being attracted to sex maniacs. But what IS it about sex maniacs that is so darn sexy? Read here :)
Here at Slutever, we die for unconventional relationship dynamics. The new photobook, Rick Owens: Furniture, gives us a look at the aspirational partnership between designers Rick Owens and Michele Lamy. By Kristen Cochrane.
After a break-up, should we give ourselves a break for being desperate, drunk and delusional? In other words, are rebounds chill or nah? Read my latest Breathless column for Vogue magazine HERE :) – Karley Sciortino
Do your dinner parties and/or Bumble dates need a healthy injection of sex, death and psychoanalysis? Here are 7 heated conversation-starters on sex and gender that will make you the star (or pariah) of your next social outing. By Kristen Cochrane.
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…
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.