While most of us grew up identifying as a Carrie, a Samantha, or a Charlotte, it turns out that, with some hindsight, Miranda may just be the most aspirational character of Sex and the City’s iconic foursome. The creators of Every Outfit on Sex and the City think so, anyway. Lizzi Sandell talks to the two women behind the account about Mirandaphobia, dating, #btw dykery and politics.
“Boys’ Love” is a genre of emo erotic fiction that features gay beautiful boys, created primarily by and for a community of horny heterosexual women known as “rotten girls” — and it’s become enormously popular in China. But like, how does that happen? Sophia Larigakis investigates.
Life is full of hard decisions… By Karley Sciortino.
What happens if parents are just as useless and confused about sex and consent as their teenage kids? Troy Michael Bordun talks to Jennifer Reeder about “Bitchy Teases,” motherhood, and teen sexuality in her new film Knives and Skin.
On the 30th anniversary of When Harry Met Sally, Annie Fell wonders whether Nora Ephron’s idiosyncratic perspective on romance, fantasy, and sexuality is still #relatable.
Is virginity a social construct? Should we take our sex dreams seriously? Did the #MeToo movement leave sex workers behind? This and more in our weekly #sexnews :) Happy reading, sluts!
Kristen Cochrane goes in-depth in this list of seminal films from the New Queer Cinema movement, that you need to see, like, RN.
The question on every 16-year-old girl’s mind… By Karley Sciortino
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.
Losing your V-card is never entirely uncomplicated, and it rarely turns out as planned. Read my latest Breathless column for Vogue here :)