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
Way back in 2013, I spoke with activist and queer icon Buck Angel about his evolution, his activism, and his passion for rescuing animals. … Continue readingInterview with Adult Film Producer & Performer & LGBT Icon—Buck Angel
Everybody, I’m kind of freaking out! I’ve got new installments of each of the comics I’m writing for Oneshi Press out right the heck now! In case you missed it, I’m publishing a graphic novel and a comicbook series, eight pages at a time, in the Oneshi Press Quarterly Anthologies. … Continue readingNew Installments of my Two Comics!
I am 110% here to watch Donald Trump get taken down a peg (or hopefully several–hell, I hope he gets kicked out of office for this mess) by a woman who is also a sex worker who is ALSO a republican. The poetry of the situation is perfect beyond reckoning. And I’ve got plenty of popcorn ready to watch it go down. I’m also here to capitalize on Stormy’s resurgence by linking to the interviews I did with her. … Continue readingThe Stormy Daniels Bandwagon is One I’m Fine with Jumping On
I was fortunate to sit down with Meg Ross, the CEO and founder of The Nooky Box, in her backyard with a glass of wine and a recording device. And then I was fortunate enough to send the edited result of our conversation about entrepreneurship, feminism, sex-positivity, inclusivity, and, of course, lube, to the wonderful ladies of Luna Luna Magazine, who published it! … Continue readingAn Interview with Meg Ross, Founder of The Nooky Box