Phile is a new biannual mag that explores sexual subcultures, and features artists and writers ranging from scholars to sex workers (not that the two are mutually exclusive, duh). Here’s everything you need to know! By Sophia Larigakis. Main image by Matthew Tammaro.
How much should kids know about sex, and at what age? Nickie Shobeiry discusses how growing up in uber liberal Denmark to Iranian parents, and then moving to England, was a bit of a sex-ed mindfuck.
An uncircumcised American guy discusses the more awkward and painful parts of his sexual coming-of-age, due to never being taught about his foreskin, or how and why it’s different to most other American dicks. This story is yet another example of the poor sex-ed in this country preventing us from having good sex!
Below are five things that I’ve seen/listened to/read in the past week that either made me smile, made me smarter, or blew mind :) P.S. This is my favorite edition of “5 Recommendations” so far! So many great things in the world to consume lately :) – Karley
Our increasingly liberal society has created a space to talk about sexuality and relationships in an open, honest way. But who’s doing the talking? And how come when straight dudes talk about sex it usually seems creepy? Read my latest Breathless column for Vogue HERE :)