I talked with Stoya about beauty and body confidence and bras and makeup, and when she feels most beautiful and why.
Hi, it’s Karley! I hosted this new documentary for VICE about the history of Sunset Boulevard. Slightly random…. but interesting! This is part of a new series called “Streets by VICE” which looks at a city through the history of one iconic street. For this doc I got to meet and interview one of the most iconic sex workers ever, Norma Jean Almodovar, who left her job at the LAPD to become a prostitute, and is now a legendary sex…
Lacy is a 33-year-old choreographer. Two years ago she joined the popular sugar daddy website Seeking Arrangement, hoping to make some extra cash and have some fun in the process. Somehow, though, she managed to meet a string of the strangest sugar daddies on the internet… or maybe she’s the one who’s strange? Either way, these are not your typical sugar experiences… By Karley Sciortino
I sat down with my old friend (and co-worker, lol) Mistress Dee, a successful dominatrix, about the fantasies she deals with at work, from the most common requests from her clients, to the most obscure and extreme sexual imaginations she’s ever encountered. By Karley Sciortino.
LIFE GOALS: I visited Stoya (one of my heroes!) at her Brooklyn home and had an interesting an intimate conversation about sex and dating… and porn and money and open-relationships and all the good stuff, basically. The interview can be read HERE on Amuse :) By Karley Sciortino. All photos by Tim Barber.
Ella Weisser interviews the legendary writer and artist Eileen Myles about finding confidence, acting “like a man,” and why gender is kind of like thrifting.
Porn whisperer Vera Papisova talks with girl/girl performer Shyla Jennings about psych ward porn and lezzing out.
Writer and college student Mads Jensen explores the covert world of panty selling.
Porn whisperer Vera Papisova gets the dish from girl/girl performer Vanessa Veracruz about the art of cunnilingus and why camming is an awesome job. Photo by Shameless.
This month, GQ published a very mean-spirited and moralistic article about sugar babies and sugar daddies. But why is GQ, which is ostensibly part of the liberal media, shaming people simply because their sex or dating lives are not “conventional”? By Karley Sciortino.