If you grew up in the 90s and early 2000s, you probably grew up idolizing “problem girls,” from Girl, Interrupted to The Virgin Suicides to Country Love. So when happens when you’re a generation raised on representations of girlhood laced with addiction, psych wards, suicide, and a plethora of other tragedies? By Maggie Clapperton
Back in the 90s, Britney was sold to us as the virginal prick-tease. But does that image have a sell-by date? Here, we look back at the marketing of Britney’s sexuality, from “Baby…” to “Glory”
Cat Damon—Slutever’s newest over-sharer—reflects on how we idealize past relationships in the present, the idea that someone can just “get away” from you, and the hand-job she maybe regrets not giving when she was 18.
Life is full of hard decisions… By Karley Sciortino. Image by Ellen von Unwerth