Kristen Cochrane goes in-depth in this list of seminal films from the New Queer Cinema movement, that you need to see, like, RN.
Have you ever noticed that in pretty much every horror movie ever made, the “slut” is always the first to get stabbed or eaten by zombies? Why is that? Kristen Cochrane looks back at film history to find out.
Over the past century, countless films have featured the character of the “hooker with a heart of gold.” How come? Kristen Cochrane looks back at film history—specifically at Pretty Woman—to show why this theme is actually degrading to sex workers.
Is sexuality a gendered power that women have over men? Callie Hitchcock discusses the 2016 film The Love Witch in light of the recent conversation surrounding the despicable humans known as “incels”.
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.
Canadian filmmaker and pornographer Bruce LaBruce never shies away from politically- and sexually-charged subject matter. His latest feature film, The Misandrists, about a lesbian separatist terrorist community dealing with a heterosexual infiltration, is no different. Troy Michael Bordun talked to LaBruce about the film, pornos, sexuality, and future/past feminisms.
The summer blockbuster Book Club – starring acting giants like Jane Fonda and Diane Keaton – gives some long-awaited visibility to the complex sex lives of older women, but it’s nowhere near a perfect film (and it’s not pretending to me). Here’s why Annie Fell loved it.
What does it mean to be a top or a bottom? What do you need to know before buying your first strap-on? Are Brits bad in bed? This and more (extremely important) info in our weekly #sexnews :) Happy reading, sluts!
Cult filmmaker John Waters wrote and documented some truly iconic femme characters. Annie Fell muses about how Waters’s heroines – in all their filthy, rotten, deviant, chain-smoking, cussing, chicken-fucking glory – are both important representations and a thrill to watch.
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.