Interviews

Jenelle Leigh Campion: Interview with an Artist/Healer/Witch

November 13, 2015 | 0 Comments

Jenelle Leigh Campion Please please please, go read the interview I did with artist/healer/witch Jenelle Leigh Campion for Luna Luna Magazine! Jackson Square Display by Jenelle Leigh Campion Jenelle is a shamanic healer, artist in many media, podcaster, feminist, MFA holder, sacrocranial journey [...continue...]

Reorganized website! Now with tags!

November 3, 2015 | 0 Comments

The good news is that my website is now fully, perfectly categorized, reorganized, and almost-completely tagged. Every blog post and article here is now grouped properly, should be under the correct heading on the drop-down menu (which should be revamped soon), and eminently more SEO-friendly! Hooray! [...continue...]

Luna Luna: No Safe Word (an Interview with Arrie Davidson)

July 31, 2015 | 0 Comments

Photo by Shane Velazquez I’m not going to tell you in my own words why you need to read the interview I did with Arrie Davidson, aka Faux Pas le Fae, about her new show, “No Safe Word,” debuting tomorrow night at Dixon Place. The show is a sort of movement-based performance that [...continue...]

I’m Back From Vacation & Here Are Some Links!

May 21, 2015 | 0 Comments

A feminist pornographer's philosophies, hot visuals, the clitoris, videos about consent and food-sex-education, Shine Louise Houston, BuzzFeed, Cindy Gallop's audacity, Madison Young's upcoming art event, and my journalistic butt-kicking! [...continue...]

2014 Year in Review (everybody else is doing it)

December 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

Last selfie of 2014? Maybe! Hello, my beautiful wintertime darlings! As 2014 draws to a close, everybody is doing Facebook posts and blog entries about their year in review. I was grumpy at first and was all, “My 2014 was dumb. I’m not writing one of those.”Because this year has [...continue...]

A Dispatch from a Dark Corner: Kayvon Zand

December 19, 2014 | 0 Comments

Te scene was an intense mélange of over-the-top fashion statements, artful nudity, impossibly glamorous makeup, and performance art, all mixed in with strobe lights, fog machines, and the museum’s exhibits (which included a bouncy castle made of inflatable boobs). Afterward, I talked to Kayvon Zand about where the party fits into the New York nightlife scene, self-expression, art, and (obviously) sex. [...continue...]
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