I’ve been making the rounds of the internet yet again, folks. This time is a veritable parade of positivity, and you can get in on it. … Continue readingPositivity Parade: Two Podcasts, a Video, and More!
Part I of Lynsey G’s interview with Lynn Comella, author of “Vibrator Nation,” where we discuss sex education, sex toy shops, and stereotypes. … Continue readingThe Juicy Cuts—Lynn Comella, Part I: Sex Ed, Toy Shops, and Stereotypes
In Part 2 of this interview with Lioness CEO Liz Klinger, we discussed the role of pleasure in overall health, orgasms as art, and competitive vibrators. … Continue readingThe Juicy Cuts: Lioness’s Liz Klinger, Part 2—Pleasure, Your Health, Orgasm Art Gallery, and Competitive Vibrators
In Part I of my interview with Liz Klinger of Lioness, we discuss making sexuality visible, ignorance about sexual anatomy, and concussions vs. orgasm. … Continue readingThe Juicy Cuts: Lioness’s Liz Klinger, Part 1—On Making The Unseen Visible and Concussions’ Effects on Orgasm
In this segment of a long interview with neuroscientist Nicole Prause, we talked about people’s obsessive discomfort with studying sex—especially p0rn—how science really works, and disproving theories. … Continue readingThe Juicy Cuts: Nicole Prause, PhD, Part 3—On Obsessions, Disproving Theories, and Science Over Assumptions
In Part 1 of my lengthy interview with Nicole Prause, a neuroscientist who studies sexuality and he brain, we discuss the amazing lack of knowledge around the physiology of orgasm in people with vulvas. … Continue readingThe Juicy Cuts: Nicole Prause, PhD, Part 1—On Recognizing Arousal
“I think queer p0rn is opening a lot of doors for people and helping to expand the sexual boundaries of all kinds of people. It’s really important to show different kinds of bodies, safer sex methods, consent, treating performers like people, etc.” —James Darling … Continue readingAn Old, Moist Interview with James Darling