The author visits Camp Trans, an annual protest organized after the Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival evicted a transsexual woman.
Thursday, May 2
Sunday, March 3
On the development of companion robots in Japan.
Tuesday, February 19
Chasing the embers of hedonism in Morocco and Tunisia, as Salafi mobs and new regimes wash over the brothels, beaches, and nightclubs of what used to be the Arab world’s most liberal cities.
Sunday, February 17
Applying big data analysis to Internet Adult Film Database, the IMDB of porn.
Monday, January 7
In a matter of months she became one of the world’s most famous porn stars. Three years later, she was dead. The rise and fall of Savannah.
Thursday, January 3
With abortion access limited in many states, should some home abortions still be a crime?
Friday, November 30
A community says its children are being targeted by a group of pedophiles. But did widespread sexual abuse actually take place?
Wednesday, November 28
He was a nobody who became a porn star, a porn star who became a destitute freebaser, an addict who set up his dealer to be robbed, and finally witness to a retaliatory massacre at the house they called Wonderland.
Friday, November 2
The rise of One Direction fanfiction that imagines the band members in relationships – with each other.
An essay on Jimmy Savile, British television and child sexual abuse.
Friday, October 19
Life inside Long Island’s largest cluster of sex offenders.
Monday, October 15
On Queens’ stubbornly unchanging Roosevelt Avenue, where immigrants pay $2 a song to grind against hired dancers and shuttered houses of prostitution have given way to rolling brothel-vans.