'Future Sex' author Emily Witt recalls her encounters with looming sex gods, tentacle monsters, and pneumatic dominatrices.
A futurologist predicts our grandkids will turn each other into zombies and fuck with dicks on their foreheads.
Three years since the Gates Foundation handed out $100,000 each to several projects, progress has been slow, but steady.
In her new book, Emily Witt outlines the hidden restrictions of modern relationships and attempts to answer a deceptively difficult question: "What do you desire?"
We spoke to Emily Witt about her brilliant new book 'Future Sex', which takes on cultural myths around sexuality and sexual experimentation with a serious, radical eye.
In the future, our relationships will be neuro-enhanced.
For a pop culture moment so rare and beautiful, it is criminally under-analyzed.
It turns out that the boner-killing power of smartphones isn’t the only reason to be wary of internet-enabled vibrators.
In the early 90s, a team of San Francisco-based writers, futurists, and pornographers created a hybrid between Wired and Hustler.
If unfurling a dummy digital condom could prevent even a few sexual mishaps, could VR be the answer to poor sex education we’ve been looking for?
"Let's Get it On" it ain't.
Strange as it may seem, sexting represents the real us—the better version of us.