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.
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.
We’ve all been endlessly briefed on the benefits of sleeping with someone we love, but what can we get out of fucking a totally random person (besides feeling like a slutty secret agent)? By Karley Sciortino. Image by Petra Collins.
Are you feeling #oppressed by Instagram’s insistence on constantly censoring your period and pube pics? Well don’t fret: artists Molly Soda and Arvida Byström have published a book of images that the app tried to erase from our feeds forever. By Sophia Larigakis.
It’s not a coincidence that a rather large percentage of female artists today are current or former sex workers. Here, art perv Maidenfed documents her search for the human lottery ticket known as the “sugar daddy.” Main image of Maidenfed by Ian Reid.
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
In this episode, I go to an anti-porn convention in Utah, and also spend some quality time on a Mormon porn set lol. Watch here! – Karley Sciortino
In TV and film, sex workers are almost always portrayed as victims, with no control over their lives, their work, or their future. Hulu’s new period drama Harlots finally breaks the trend. Here’s why you should watch it. By Michel Ghanem.
Here’s a collection of the first week of Slutever’s new Lonely Sluts Personals ads—connecting kinky sluts the world over. Unite!
When you’re in a couple, you go from being a whole thing to becoming half of something—tragic, no? But there’s a difference between being in a relationship and being A Couple. I attempt to break it down. By Karley Sciortino.