Kink was integral to developing my sexual identity free of the stereotyping of Black women I experienced.
Twenty-five years ago, Janet Jackson’s fifth studio album provided a legacy of sexual liberation, until the 2004 Super Bowl debacle proved it was all an illusion.
Annie Sprinkle and Elizabeth Stephens facilitate spontaneous sex talks on the streets of Athens.
Her mix of childlike cuteness, sex appeal and political engagement confuses the fuck out of people who are stuck in the past.
In the 70s, Americans celebrated promiscuity. Today, it terrifies us—and we may never unlearn that fear.
From body-positivity to #freethenipple, there's a lot of talk about living in a sexually liberated society. But are we really all that free?
By foregoing legal recognition of American BDSM players, we don't just deny their rights, we deny their personhood.
Locked G-strings for men, French celebrities, and husbands using flashlights to check if the guys having sex with their wives are wearing a condom.
For those who’ve felt the pains of society’s razor sharp cookie-cutter, Bowie is a beacon.