Resident film babe Kristen Cochrane hand-picked 5 particularly excellent women-led films to see at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival (or let’s be honest, afterward, at a theatre near you).
Stanley Kubrick’s holiday erotic thriller, Eyes Wide Shut, explores marital jealousy and the sexual underworld—but what you may not remember is how lead Alice challenges stereotypes around married women (spoiler alert: wives have hot sex fantasies about other men). Time for a revisit? By Casey Ireland.
The Science of Sex is a podcast created by Patron Saint of Sexology Dr. Zhana Vrangalova, and sex enthusiast Joe Pardavila. It features illuminating info on everything from threesomes, to sexual aggression, to the brains of promiscuous people. Here’s why you need to hear it. By Sophia Larigakis.
The institution of marriage is in crisis. The new documentary calls on slutty icons like Esther Perel, Christopher Ryan, and Dan Savage to speak on the contemporary state of marriage, love, and sexuality. Lizzi Sandell weighs in on the film—as well as on the commitment of her own new marriage.
Former RuPaul’s Drag Race contestants Trixie and Katya found small screen drag queen stardom with their own show. Annie Fell discusses queer rebellion, webseries glowups and sex, drugs & drag queens in VICELAND’s The Trixie & Katya Show.
Instagram’s favorite art perv, Maidenfed, details her history of “feeding the trolls,” and how this oh-so-tempting-yet-oh-so-fruitless online conflict has affected both her self-confidence and her sanity. Main image by Gabriel Eid.
Season 2 of Joe Swanberg’s sexually progressive series EASY came out yesterday. Here’s why I’m excited to play a sex worker who’s not a victim. By Karley Sciortino.
The #NYCStripperStrike is a movement organized by strippers across the five boroughs to combat racial discrimination and unequal wage distribution in clubs. Sophia Larigakis talks to Gizelle Marie (pictured), a dancer at the forefront of the movement, about some of the big issues at stake.
Can you have a baby on your own AND explore your sexuality? Annie Fell looks to Showtime’s new show, SMILF, written, directed by and starring Frankie Shaw, for an answer.
From Gore Vidal to Camille Paglia to David Bowie, here’s some inspired ramblings on sexual fluidity. By Karley Sciortino