6 Reasons It Hurts When You Have Sex
We asked three sexual health experts for their advice on how to manage pain during sex.
Should You Tell Your Ex's New Partner They're Dating an Abuser?
Social media makes it easier than ever to keep tabs on an abusive ex, but is it ever a good idea to warn their new partner about them?
Exploring Black Women's Sexuality and BDSM in NYC's Oldest Dungeon
The one-night-only art installation and performance "Sexual Fragments Absent" transformed Manhattan's oldest dungeon with emoji videos, disturbingly beautiful sculptures, and interactive play performances.
Music Festivals Finally Take a Stance Against Sexual Violence
With the Safer Spaces initiative, some of the biggest weekend events in the UK have finally committed to tackling sexual assault and rape at their events.
The 'Killer Women' Writers Collective Is Turning the Page on Sexist Crime Novels
Crime fiction is routinely accused of misogyny, but a new group of female novelists are trying to change the genre for the better.
'The Puppy Was Stone Cold Dead': Inside the Cruel Black Market for Designer Dogs
What's more lucrative—and cuter—than selling drugs? Selling pedigree puppies on the black market. We investigate the £100 million underground dog smuggling trade.
'Shocking Celebrity Nip Slips': Secrets I Learned Writing Clickbait Journalism
I spent six months writing traffic-baiting articles about 'nearly naked' red carpet dresses and Hollywood bikini shots. Here is my dispatch from the dark side of online celeb journalism.
Why More Women Are Having Sex on Drugs
For some girls, sex isn't sex unless it comes with a generous portion of coke, MDMA, or weed. We speak to various women and experts about the dangers of mixing drugs with pleasure.
When Women Get Addicted to Sexting
Sex addiction doesn't have to take place in real life. For some women, the smartphone has transformed into a virtual hunting ground for sext partners.
Why Molly May Be More Dangerous and Deadly If You're a Woman
Popping molly is more complicated than you think—especially when you're a girl.
There's a Rape Problem at Music Festivals and Nobody Seems to Care
Sexual harassment and assault don't cease to exist once women get weekend wristbands and pitch their tents. So why aren't organizers doing more to protect them?