Sex work is a cornerstone of society, and there are more ways to support people who do it than just tipping generously (though that's a great start).
Unrealistic depictions of genitalia in porn – and society’s fixation with female virginity – have pressured some to use dubious “vaginal rejuvenation” creams and gels.
The Prophet Muhammad is thought to have been a big advocate of foreplay.
Ruby Rare hated pulling pints for the people gentrifying her neighbourhood, so she chucked in her bar job to teach sex education.
The British star of Netflix's hottest series sounds off on season two, celebrity and shunning the lure of Hollywood.
"A few seconds after he put it on me, I could feel my vagina burning up."
Asa Butterfield and Ncuti Gatwa of Netflix's hit British teen series spoke to VICE about thot pics and the importance of sex positivity.
Canada’s public health department banned the sale of toxic herbal suppositories marketed as “self-love inspired womb care for every woman.”
Parents are worried that public schools aren't handling sex-ed very well, so they're sending their kids to "sex-ed camp."
Porn, trial-and-error, Sidney Sheldon—LGBTQ+ youth tell us about their initiation into the world of sex and sexuality in a country where sex ed is either super-hetero or missing altogether.
You might know that a porn film is a performance, but your younger sibling probably doesn't.
“We should be teaching people that it’s okay to have sex for pleasure. For fun and connection and things that have nothing to do with procreation.”