As the black sheep of ’90s indie rock, Liz Phair pioneered a messy, raunchy and subversive approach to sex that changed both the male-dominated musical landscape and norms for female sexuality. Annie Fell reflects on how Phair’s debut album Exile in Guyville changed her life, and wonders if it holds up to scrutiny 25 years on.
Weekly sex news from Slutever. This week’s link roundup touches on everything from adult breastfeeding to a disabled woman finding empowerment through sex work. Happy reading, sluts!
Sophia Larigakis talks to Xin Chen about the hugely popular phenomenon of “Boys’ Love” in China – a genre of fiction that features sex and romance between gay men, created primarily by and for a community of heterosexual women known as “rotten girls.”
Weekly sex news from Slutever. This week’s link roundup touches on everything from the birth of the #SluttyGirlFears hashtag, to public fornication in gross places, to how to define sex addiction. Happy reading, sluts!
Weekly sex news from Slutever. This week’s link roundup touches on everything from myths about bisexuality to Anthony Weiner’s rogue weiner. Happy reading, sluts!
In the latest addition of non-professional and potentially triggering sex advice from Slutever, I try to solve the problem of why it can sometimes be so hard to cum with another human being in the room. (Sigh… we’ve all been there). By Karley Sciortino.
Weekly sex news from Slutever. This week’s link roundup touches on everything from Ted Cruz’s mommy porn situation to bad news about cheating. Happy reading, sluts!
If you’re a sex worker, being called upon to realize someone’s sexual fantasy is nothing new—at least, most of the time. Here, one male escort recalls a role play he will never forget.
Did you know there’s a special person hired to choreograph fucking on film sets? Yeah, us either. We sat down with Alicia Rodis, a woman choreographing sex, make-outs, rape scenes, and simultaneous orgasms for the big screen. By Michel Ghanem.
Our cultural definition of sex is very dick-centric. But there’s a lot of ways to have fun that don’t involve sticking it in. By Karley Sciortino