When you’re a sex worker, people often ask: But do you like it? As if everyone is expected to like every aspect of their job. Lola, an escort and stripper, details the ups and down of the job—both on and off the pole.
Slutever is launching a new series called SEX WORK DIARIES, and are calling all professional sluts to cum forth.
What happens when a group of non-professional, diverse-bodied people take off their clothes on stage, hoping to make this month’s rent? Sophia Larigakis visited the iconic night to find out.
It’s not a coincidence that a rather large percentage of female artists today are current or former sex workers. Here, art perv Maidenfed documents her search for the human lottery ticket known as the “sugar daddy.” Main image of Maidenfed by Ian Reid.
In TV and film, sex workers are almost always portrayed as victims, with no control over their lives, their work, or their future. Hulu’s new period drama Harlots finally breaks the trend. Here’s why you should watch it. By Michel Ghanem.
The Tell is a live storytelling and music event that happens once a month in New York. I recently had the pleasure of relaying a personal story at The Tell about the time I tried to orchestrate a threesome, which ended up being far more complicated than group sex ever should be. Listen here :) – Karley Sciortino
If we’re now pouring our dollars and time into face masks and brow gel instead of red lipstick and cake foundation, how liberated can the New Beauty actually be? Basically “no makeup-makeup” is threatening to bankrupt us all, ahh! By Casey Ireland.
Connecting money to sex can be exciting, but this is something that nobody wants to talk about. We used to think of prostitutes as tragic, desperate victims. Now, due to sites like SeekingArrangement.com, that perception is changing. When and how did sex work become “no big deal”? – By Karley Sciortino
Lacy is a 33-year-old choreographer. Two years ago she joined the popular sugar daddy website Seeking Arrangement, hoping to make some extra cash and have some fun in the process. Somehow, though, she managed to meet a string of the strangest sugar daddies on the internet… or maybe she’s the one who’s strange? Either way, these are not your typical sugar experiences… By Karley Sciortino
In the new movie Grandma, Lily Tomlin plays a cool grandma helping her granddaughter get an abortion. Kristen Cochrane discusses the film, and looks back at the (generally awful) ways that abortion has historically been dealt with in film.