“I went on a date with an actor/bartender because I felt like, ‘Why not?’ I found out why. By Cat Damon.
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.
Sometimes dating feels like a competition of who can give less of a shit. What happens when you suck at that game? Basically, what is the secret to chilling the fuck out? By Misha Scott.
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…
Last summer, artist Petra Collins published an art book called Babe—a curated book of artwork by female artists of her choosing, with a forward written by Tavi Gevinson. The bright and beautiful book deals with femininity, sexuality, and teenage life, and you can see a more extensive sneak peek of it here. Below is my contribution to the book, which is my personal “Life To-Do List”. Feel free to steal some of my goals :) – Karley Sciortino
I visited a shaman to see if psychedelic drugs could cure my commitment phobia (lol).
For my latest Vogue piece, I did a recap of all the best sex stuff that happened in 2015 (aka the year that LOVE WON) from the year’s sexiest movies, to the best TED Talk on relationships, to the pop culture icons who are revolutionizing the way we think about sexual identity. Read it HERE :) – Karley Sciortino
The most relevant 21 Century question: to ghost or not to ghost? Tis the modern dating dilemma! And what happens to the ghosted? And is it ever morally OK to ghost? So many questions! (Almost) all answered in my latest Breathless for Vogue, which you can read HERE :)
When you’re in a serious, long-term relationship, the terms “boyfriend” and “girlfriend” can begin to feel a bit juvenile, or at least insufficient for describing your level of commitment. But what do you call the person you share a life with when you’re not married, and don’t necessarily want to be? By Erika Allen. Photo by Ryan McGinley.