What one moment seems to me like nothing, the next moment, through Rivka Galchen’s eyes, becomes the world. I think one could ask nothing more from a her collection of stories.
"Fifty Shades of Grey" is the new BDSM novel currently dominating the nation’s menopausal demographic.
Pastor Mark Driscoll's new book is a reassuring Christian sex manual disguised as a "marriage guidebook" that's been pissing everyone off for the past two weeks.
Leagues of Japanese fangirls are going rabid for yaoi, the gay manga porn that involves steamy sex scenes drawn in graphic detail of pretty boys falling in love and tossing each other's salads.
The best way to describe what "House of Holes" is about is if your Writing 101 professor made you write 20 stories about headless women fucking Dali's iron-dog-lampshade-penises.
Retarded hunchback hobos always get the hottest babes.
This week I got drunk with my friends and we all read a book that explores the moral quandaries that arise when red dick meets white pussy.
Usually when I think about romance writers, I picture sad middle-aged women sitting in paisley-printed divans, nursing their pet kittens from their own saggy tits. Laura Moore is not this.
While sex toys aren't really my clam's jam, now and then I stumble upon a contraption cute enough to arouse my curiosity.
Georges Bataille is the smartest sick fuck you'll ever read. If you don't know who he is, imagine Nietzsche and Julia Kristeva violently copulating while the Marquis de Sade showers piss up their nostrils and Susan Sontag films the whole thing with...