The Women of Sex Tech conference, which moved online due to coronavirus, was banned by YouTube at the last minute.
The Unicode Consortium has approved a bunch of new emojis, one of which is named “pinched fingers.” Sure.
Someone sends you a nude. You think it's hot. Say, "Hot." That's it.
The House Speaker essentially blamed congresswoman Katie Hill for the revenge porn campaign that drove her out of office.
The ubiquitous masturbation device marketed to men was ahead of its time—and became the bellwether for a more fluid, inclusive future.
The 1998 patent on "interactive virtual control of sexual aids" has expired, but that doesn't mean we should have a sex toy free-for-all.
"If anyone was going to be posting my naked photos, it was going to be me, and I was going to get paid for it."
Finally, a cool study.
A connected sex toy syncs with every ebb and flow of the cryptocurrency market.
Kate Devlin is reimagining the future of human-robot lovemaking.
Who assumed women want to fuck dolphins?
Will butt plugs ever go fully mainstream? It's about time.