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Sex! In Private and in Porn! In America and Israel!

September 13, 2017 | 0 Comments

I've been writing a lot about sex lately, everybody! Sex in private, sex in porn! In America and in Israel! After much work, my articles are out in the world. Here are my most recent three pieces (one on private sex, and two on porn), at Glamour.com and MEL Magazine! [...continue...]
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Hype!

July 14, 2017 | 0 Comments

I've been a busy lady this summer, and it's time for me to hype my successes! So please allow me to inform you about some really rad developments in the world of Lynsey G, at Glamour.com, MEL Magazine, the Missoula Independent, and Oneshi Press! [...continue...]

Recovering from NYC: Links, News, Radio Shows, & More

June 16, 2017 | 0 Comments

I’m back in Montana after a whirlwind trip to New York City to promote Watching Porn! I’m now recovering from my trip while also preparing two new articles, preparing for several interviews with some amazing publications, and completing a few other projects. Here’s the latest [...continue...]
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News and Reviews and Links and Video

June 8, 2017 | 0 Comments

Me signing at the Strand (with Cindy Gallop in the background being a badass). Photo taken by (badass) Lisa Vandever. Well. It’s happened. My book has been unleashed on the world! Watching Porn has been getting attention from all over the place, from radio shows to live events to the pages [...continue...]

I Took Over MEL Magazine This Week

May 12, 2017 | 0 Comments

This week I had three—count 'em, three—articles published at MEL Magazine. I basically took over the magazine, and you know what? I kinda liked it. This week saw the beginning of two new series: one about Porn Around the World and one pairing sex experts with "normal" folks in search of advice. [...continue...]
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Kink Is Dead! Long Live Kink! at MEL Magazine

March 23, 2017 | 1 Comment

I got to wondering: was the post–Fifty Shades kink bubble popping? Had pop culture's obsession with fetish and BDSM and Ben Wa balls reached its high-water mark? Was mainstream kink in America over? I started hyperventilating and dreaming up picket-sign designs along the lines of "We'll Never Go Back!" But then I righted myself and spoke to kinky folks from lifestyle consumers to the tippy top tops at FetLife and Kink.com about what the heck is going on. And I came away with a much more nuanced understanding of the situation. (Hint: The bubble may not have burst, exactly, but it has changed.) [...continue...]
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