In her latest column, journalist and author Emily Reynolds explores the differences between how we market ourselves on the internet, and the way we are IRL.
While it was initially seen as a way of bringing us together, the Internet has become a place we approach with caution – and this growing wariness might not be a good thing.
Sexting, swiping and selfies – in a new column, writer Emily Reynolds explores the strange new ways that technology is changing our relationships.
Recent research has shown that people born between the late ’80s and millennium are having less sex than ever. But is anyone really surprised?
In her new mixed media project The Story Of O, New York artist Natalie Frank examines the good, bad and ugly of women's erotic imaginations.
‘The ideal situation would go a little something like this: he’d finish skating, all hot, sweaty, and worn down. Then I’d get down on all fours and lick his shoes clean.’
From cannibalism and butt play to homemade sex toys, Phile is the new zine exploring sexual diversity around the world.
Erika Lust discusses the media’s dire treatment of sex workers, and asks why social justice movements like #MeToo have left them almost completely out of the conversation.
From sex work and sordid confessionals, to contemporary art and cult comics: we round up the most boundary-breaking independent publications.
Author Katharine Gates explores the lives of Sploshers, Crushers, Balloonatics, Pony Players, Feeders & Gainers, and Adult Babies in the newly republished Deviant Desires.
Artist and activist Kate Davis has been campaigning against the rise of sex dolls since 2015, exploring their development in her eerie new series, Logging On To Love.
In their bold weekly recordings, Krystyna Hutchinson and Corinne Fisher tackle the subject of sexuality; from fetishes and taboos to abuse and harassment.