John Maus at the End of the World
The Minnesota songwriter reemerges from a six-year absence to a world that looks entirely different. But has he changed along with it?
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Plus, breaking news: Did Mona Lisa have syphilis?
Men Talk About What They Think Women Feel During an Orgasm
"When a woman has an orgasm, techno music is playing in her head. If it's not techno, you know she's faking it."
Exploring the Enduring Appeal of 'Your Mum' Jokes
In 2016, the world's oldest comeback should seem outdated and sexist – but for some reason it's more visible than ever.
Petite Meller Explains the Basics of Freud
The French pop star runs us through a beginner's guide. Study up!
Kim Taylor Bennett
Freud’s New Baby Love: Analyzing Petite Meller
This peculiar Parisian splits her time between singing and studying for a masters in philosophy so we sat down and tried to work her out.
Why Is Incest Porn So Popular?
There's been an increase in the consumption of "family role-play porn", but is incest really what the fans want, or is it just people craving something more outrageous than the last thing they saw?
The Terrifying Consequences of Your Internet Addiction
In Nicholas Carr's <i>The Glass Cage</i>, the Pulitzer-shortlisted author makes a compelling argument against our reliance upon technology, as well as highlighting the perils of being forever trapped in the beam of our smartphones.
We Asked Some Porn Stars What They Dream About
Running over children and squirting like a fountain.
The Stages of Grief for the Chronically Single
I had to go through a bunch of emotions before I could finally end up at my current state of being not at all worried about my perpetual singleness. Those emotions look strangely like the traditional stages of grief.
Science or Art: Which Can Tell You More About Your Sex Life?
A new exhibition at The Wellcome Collection pitches the research of sexologists against x-rated art.
Rachel Segal Hamilton
Why Do Some of Us Feel Sad After an Orgasm?
Investigating the post-coital blues.
Daniel Woolfson, Illustration: Chris Harward