This Week in Sex: March 25

What was Warhol’s sexiest work? What will we do without Craigslist’s “Casual Encounters”? This and more (extremely important) info in our weekly #sexnews :) Happy reading, sluts! 

Dinosaurs grew big horns on their faces in order to be sexier for potential mates because they wanted to get it on too. Evolution is a real aphrodisiac.

Because the US Congress wants to make sex work more difficult and therefore dangerous, Craiglist just shut down its personals sections. Here’s a eulogy to “Casual Encounters.”

Can jealousy be a turn-on? Slutever‘s Karley Sciortino explores sexual jealousy for Vogue.

The New York Times looks back on Iranian poet Forough Farrokhzad’s legacy as a controversial and admirable figure unafraid of shame or convention, in particular when it came to matters of sex.

Virginity is a heternomative myth and five other things this writer wishes she learned about sex as a teen.

The latest issue of erotic magazine Baron features some sexy snaps courtesy of Harley Weir. Here’s a sneak peek.

Dazed and Confused takes a peek at the “dick pics” that inspired some of Andy Warhol’s sexiest work – now on display at a show in Hollywood, duh.

Here’s how sexual therapy tools can help survivors of sexual assault deal with trauma and recovery.

Directing porn isn’t always as glamorous as it sounds – it’s not just about having your personal fantasy acted out while you have a camera in one hand and your genitals in the other. There’s lots of stopping and starting, sometimes there are checklists, and other not so sexy things occur… Here’s some insight into the process.

The Cut’s latest sex diary features a week in the life of a woman sexting her married coworker.




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