“Adult discomfort…is endangering children. That is how I feel about it.” —Andrea Barrica, founder of O.School … Continue readingThe Juicy Cuts: Andrea Barrica of O.School on Why We Need to Talk About S-E-X
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 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 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
You may know that I’m a relentless optimist. Particularly when it comes to writing about sex and sex work, I’m especially upbeat. Especially in times like these, when there’s so much trying to divide us, I think the unity and happiness of sex are more important than ever. So, you won’t be surprised by the upbeat attitude behind the articles I wrote for Glamour and MEL, and the interview I did with Sex City Radio. … Continue readingLynsey G: Relentless Optimist
Things have gotten super busy over the past few weeks, and though I am still planning to do more reviews of Trump-related porn parodies, I’ve been unable to find the time! So, whoops! I haven’t updated for a while! I hope to write again soon with more pertinent fare! But in the meantime, hey, here’s some interesting reading for you… … Continue readingWhoops I Forgot To Write! So Here’s News & Links!
7 LINKS TO KEEP YOU BUSY WHILE I’M ON VACATION! (Including important info about demonic portals and nutrition, thinky articles on adult entertainment, me being famous, and old photos of Tim Curry in drag!) … Continue readingApologies and Links
The short PSA at the end of this (spot-on, important, brilliant) segment on sex ed in America should really actually be used as a sexual education tool. … Continue readingSex-Ed PSA from John Oliver and Friends