Have you ever noticed that an orchid is essentially a giant, petal-y pussy? Robin Hilleary, founder of the NYC flower shop Fleurotica, talks to Sophia Larigakis about love, queer community-building, and the erotic power of flowers.
When you become a muse, do you give up agency? Or is there something empowering about being one? Tatum Dooley talks to filmmaker Nadia Litz about muses, maestros, power, and lingerie.
I had the pleasure of being a guest on Tangentially Speaking, the wonderful podcast by Christopher Ryan, author of the best selling book on non-monogamy, Sex at Dawn, and one of my idols :) Chris and I talk about the nature of attraction, how men and women differ when it comes to sex, whether being a slut alienates partners, the realities of working in the sex industry, how voices are fucking sexy, and lots more! Listen HERE :)
Jenny Yuen’s book Polyamorous: Living and Loving More approaches the subject of polyamory with an open-mind, extensive research, and the first-hand experience to back it all up. Troy Michael Bordun talks to the author about jealousy, internet communities, and trust.
Drew Lint puts the identity-swapping narrative to the test in new gay erotic thriller M/M. Troy Michael Bordun talks to the director about identity, queer desire, and masculinity in the film.
Sir Babygirl was known as a memer, then her single “Heels” changed everything. Lizzi Sandell talks to the up-and-coming musician about flirting with girls, world-building, and her upcoming album Crush On Me.
A vision in rhinestones and nylon tights, Cassandro the Exotico – a celebrated Mexican wrestler who happens to also be gay as hell – is finally getting the biopic he deserves. Troy Michael Bordun talked to Cassandro about homophobia, masculinity, and the glitz and glamor of wrestling.
Movements for sexual liberation have historically been about the freedom to desire. But what about the freedom not to desire? Sophia Larigakis discusses the movement for asexual visibility, and whether asexuality should be considered a form of “queerness.”
The new psychological thriller Cam explores the camming industry in an intimate and nuanced way. Troy Michael Bordun talks to the filmmakers about digital identity, camgirl super-fans and sex workers rights.
Camming – so, performing sex acts in front of a webcam for money – is a lesser-discussed form of sex work, but it offers its own set of benefits and issues. Here, Rosie Solomon talked to two former camgirls and one camgirl-enthusiast about their experiences with the work and the cam community.