In the spirit of giving, here’s a round-up of our favorite Slutever articles of 2018. Topics include: whether falling in love makes you basic, the realities of SESTA-FOSTA, being a fat sex worker, asexuality, long distance relationships, brothel feminism, and John Waters’s filthy heroines.
Was the queer sex in The Favourite historically accurate? What should you get your kinkiest boyfriend for xmas? How does being in a wheelchair change sex? This and more (extremely important) info in our weekly #sexnews :) Happy reading, sluts!
Here at Slutever, we are obsessed with Sir Babygirl—the moniker of bisexual, nonbinary* musician Kelsie Hogue. Her new single, “Haunted House,” is dancy, girl-crushy, and impossibly catchy. Watch the video here :)
Notoriously, lesbians don’t party as hard as gay dudes. But while it’s true that we can’t keep a consistent weekend nightlife scene for the life of us, there’s a lot to be said for being a queer lady or NB/GNC person in the big Apple. Here’s a brief survey of NYC’s #LesbianCulture, courtesy of the lady*-loving Slutever staff.
Sir Babygirl was known as a memer, then her single “Heels” changed everything. Lizzi Sandell talks to the up-and-coming musician about flirting with girls, world-building, and her upcoming album Crush On Me.
Movements for sexual liberation have historically been about the freedom to desire. But what about the freedom not to desire? Sophia Larigakis discusses the movement for asexual visibility, and whether asexuality should be considered a form of “queerness.”
Poet Lisa Luxx debates a queer woman’s responsibility in unpicking her patriarchal behavior in the bedroom.
Gregg Araki’s films were repping queer, sexually fluid and non-monogamous characters way before it was trendy to be “woke.” But that’s not the only reason to watch his surreal sex epics. By Kristen Cochrane.
Bionic babes, queer sci-fi utopists & future feminism(s)—here’s a brief overview of the cyberfeminist movement. By Sophia Larigakis. Main image by Juno Calypso.
This no-nonsense DJ and radio host is dismantling the stereotype that women are only vocalists in bands, and throwing the best and most inclusive parties in Toronto. By Kristen Cochrane. Photo by Joel Lee.