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!
A new study claims British women are more likely to lose interest in sex earlier in long term relationships than their male counterparts. Given that women are less likely to lose their sex drives, this likely has little to do with libido and more to do with something else (did someone say monogamy? Lack of clitorial stimulation?).
How can your partner help you heal if you are a survivor of sexual abuse? The New York Times’ ‘Dear Sugars’ series looks into it.
“Polyamory takes a lot of scheduling.” The Cut’s latest Sex Diary features a week in the life of a married ethical nonmonogamist.
Artsy writer Alexxa Gotthardt looks at New York Dadaist Clara Tice’s erotic artwork.
Wired provides us with a thoroughly informative “Brief History of Sex on the Internet.”
Life-sized Drake cardboard cut-outs, rimming, gay as in happy, and loose backseat Uber twizzlers – sex writer Maria Yagoda let “total strangers” ask her anything about her sex life.
Republican and general troll Ted Cruz (A.K.A. Attempted Banner of Dildos) liked a mommy porn tweet and everyone loled.
A film made by the queer porn community called Queer Porn Americana – which features depictions of queer and trans people having sex – is embarking on a worldwide screening tour.
Turns out the age old adage “once a cheater, always a cheater,” is on point.
Photographer Maggie West is creating what sounds like a gorgeous NSFW installation for Amber Rose’s 3rd annual Slut Walk.