The porn wars are back. Troy Michael Bordun describes the anti-porn sentiment today and how this position could be dangerous for porn performers, porn consumers (us!), and marginalized individuals.
How can you have better shower sex? What should you do if your libido is really different than your partner’s? How can nude pics help survivors of sexual assault? This and more (extremely important) info in our weekly #sexnews :) Happy reading, sluts!
Women face disproportionately more consequences than men from unprotected sex. So why are women still slut-shamed for buying their own condoms? And can this innovative new condom help?
My latest Breathless column for Vogue is about how being in love reveals you to be basic and cheesy.
In this edition of Sex Work Diaries, London-based Amelia Swann discusses how working as an escort has changed the way she sees herself and navigates the world as a fat woman.
Is there an art to masturbating? Why is Pamela Anderson’s sex book kosher? How does sex change after vaginoplasty? This and more (extremely important) info in our weekly #sexnews :) Happy reading, sluts!
The Tribeca 2018 film lineup features stories of sluttiness, surveillance and queer sexuality. Kristen Cochrane is back with another brilliant list of women-led films to see at this year’s fest (or after, in a theatre/laptop near you).
Unforch for us curious sluts, there aren’t many films out there that feature non-monogamous people in a sensitive or nuanced way. But don’t fret: we’ve compiled a list of six movies that don’t portray non-monogamous relationships as satanic cults (we see you, Tom Cruise). By Troy Michael Bordun.
Is scissoring real? What’s the best revenge for being fetishized? Is the NSA watching you masturbate? This and more (extremely important) info in our weekly #sexnews :) Happy reading, sluts!
In the heyday of Jersey Shore (a simpler time, frankly) Snooki and her cohort of ladies were slut-shamed and scrutinized by the media in a way that their spiky-mopped male counterparts were not. Just in time for the show’s reunion, Annie Fell muses about the Shore’s double standard.