sex-positive

1.24.18

What Does Sex Positivity Look Like Today? We Asked Five Sexperts

Karley Sciortino, Eileen Kelly, Mia Li, Carol Queen, and Ari Fitz discuss being pro sex from their various corners in writing, advocacy, vlogging, sex work, and sexology.

10.4.17

Understanding Sexual Pleasure Isn’t Just Fun—It’s Crucial

What if sex education centered around pleasure, rather than fear?

7.28.17

A Paraguayan Artist Illustrates a Positive Portrait of Female Sexuality

The women Regina Rivas brings to life aren’t afraid of their bodies.

4.20.17

These Pussy Pipes Remind Us “We Have Been Smoking Out Of Dicks”

Nico Mazza makes pipes that are woman-positive, sex-positive, and functional art objects that are fun to smoke out of.

4.27.16

Slutist's Legacy of the Witch Fest was a NSFW Celebration of the Feminine and the Divine

Members of Wax Idols, Sabbath Assembly, and Void Vision reflect on a bloody, glittering evening of burlesque, witchcraft, and female empowerment.

12.10.15

The WHO Hopes a Hashtag Can Reduce China's 13 Million Abortions Per Year

Sex education is woeful where it exists in China, and the consequences are stark — unplanned pregnancy and abortion rates are sky high. The WHO hopes to change that with a new campaign.

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11.12.15

​'Ladybeard' Is the Feminist Magazine Talking About Real Sex

This is what glossies will look like once patriarchy is a thing of the past.

9.23.15

A Professional Orgasm Whisperer Told Us How to Work a Sex Machine

When you've delivered over 2,000 orgasms in three years, you learn a thing or two about getting people off.

3.14.15

Filling Gender Holes at Brooklyn's Funniest Sex Comedy Show

UCB alums Alise Morales and Betsy Kenney mix standup, Fleshlights, and PornHub's #1 MILF in the name of women, sex, and comedy.

11.17.14

There's a Film Festival for People Who Get Turned on by Bicycles

"As long as people have been getting on bikes, people have been getting off on bikes," says the Reverend Phil Sano, founder of the Bike Smut Film Festival.

5.8.14

I Got Paid $150 to Get Tickled on Camera for a Subscription Fetish Site

For $150 and the cost of parking, I agreed to be tickled on camera in a hotel room in Burbank, California, for a subscription fetish site.