Gang-bang buffet tables, deeply earnest 'Letters to the Editor,' ghost-writing Kierkegaard references into model bios in Barely Legal, and how a half-decade of reviewing porn eroded the thin line between the author's alter egos and self.
Wednesday, July 16
Tuesday, July 15
The debate surrounding Truvada, the first drug approved by the FDA to prevent HIV.
Monday, May 26
Somaly Mam’s harrowing story of her own flight from sexual servitude and the stories of hundreds of girls she rescued from Cambodian brothels brought her fame and helped raise millions for her non-profit. Does it matter if none or few of the stories are true?
Wednesday, April 16
Inside the lack of an investigation into Florida State Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston.
Tuesday, April 8
“That educated women’s eggs are in demand is one thing, that they are willing to provide them is another.”
Tuesday, April 1
Thursday, March 27
Thursday, March 20
How activists are using science to show that someone can be truly attracted to both a man and a woman.
Friday, February 14
Wednesday, February 12
Sex in the Olympic Village.
Previously: The Longform Guide to the Olympics.
Thursday, January 9
Allegations of child sexual and Satanic ritual abuse overtake an Austin suburb.
Friday, January 3
Capt. Stephen Hill became famous when he came out as a gay soldier during a 2011 GOP presidential debate. Here’s how he got to that point, and what happened after.