Investigating the world of “belly torture.”
Investigating the world of “belly torture.”
Since the WWE icon died of a drug and alcohol overdose, a battle has emerged over whether America will remember her as a groundbreaking feminist athlete or a reality TV tragedy.
'How to Murder Your Life' chronicles the rise and fall of a young writer as she struggles with addiction – but with a great sense of humor.
And the “unhealthy health writer” has a new memoir.
This week's sex diary.
Carrie Jenkins makes the philosophical case for polyamory.
A profile of Damon Lawner and his mansion.
A profile of Candy Barr—porn star pioneer, burlesque legend, Texas folk hero.
A program in Washington state aims to teach johns about healthy relationships - and the patriarchy.
Throughout 2015 and 2016, amid a series of conversations I had socially with gay and bisexual men about chemsex, new, darker elements to this scene began to emerge; details from unconnected participants that mirrored each other – the same incidents, the same crimes, sometimes even the same culprits. Together they formed a picture: that beneath the surface reports about chemsex – the endless hedonism, the irresistibly intense sex – there is a much blacker sea, unmapped.
Carrie Goldberg is a pioneer in the field of sexual privacy, using the law to defend victims of hacking, leaking, and other online assaults.
On America’s deep and persistent fear of the black penis.
What happens when you target sex ed at boys?
Inside the thriving subculture of Japanese men who eschew sex and romance with real live people in favor of real relationships with 2-D characters printed on body pillows.
The internet has made porn ubiquitous. It’s also ruined the industry.
On the obsession with the sexual and social habits of American teenage girls.
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.
Inside the political battle over reproductive rights in Texas.
The adventures of a pro bono gigolo.
She claimed to be a porn recruiter who just needed to see the women have sex with her photographer once before she could book them for jobs. But she and her photographer were the same person — a freelance tech journalist named Matt Hickey.
Barbara Williamson co-founded Sandstone, one of the most famous radical experiments in group sex and communal living of the 1970s. Then she got wild.
The aftermath of a childhood filled with subway flashers, teachers who asked for hugs, and boys who joked about your breasts.
Four men stood on the edge of the Shenzhen Health and Family Planning Commission, threatening to jump in protest. They referred to themselves as “China’s 21st century eunuchs,” damaged by medically-dubious surgeries.
The Cosmo editor and author of Sex and the Single Girl’s rocky real-life relationships.
What it was like to report on feminism for Playboy in 1969.
After a flawed sexual assault investigation, a Naval Academy instructor made it his mission to prove he did nothing wrong. The discovery of a lost cell phone told a more complicated story.
The immersive mise en scène of a Hollister flagship store, redolent of California beach towns that don’t exist, “lazy, hygienic sexuality,” and weed.
“Word choice is hard here. Should we say “raped” automatically if a grown man has sex with a teenager? Does it matter at all if the 15-year-old, now much older, describes their encounter as one of the best nights of her life? What is our word for a ‘yes’ given on a plane that’s almost vertically unequal? Does contemporary morality dictate that we trust a young woman when she says she consented freely, or believe that she couldn’t have, no matter what she says?”
Paris Hilton, Princeton phonies, and the prince who blew through billions—a collection of articles on young money.
“They cruise the city in chauffeured cars, blasting rap, selling pot to classmates. How some of New York’s richest kids joined forces with some of its poorest.”
Georgia and Patterson Inman, 15-year-old twins, are the only living heirs to the $1 billion Duke tobacco fortune. They are also emotional wrecks who have barely survived a hellacious childhood.
On the brother of the Sultan of Brunei, Prince Jefri Bolkiah, who has “probably gone through more cash than any other human being on earth.”
An overachiever on what he did and didn’t learn at Princeton.
A profile of Paris Hilton at the height of her fame.
An invite-only social network for Georgetown assholes.
How two sisters, heirs to the Bronfman fortune, may have blown $100 million supporting the cult-like group NXIVM.
A profile of Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue, the Malibu-dwelling, “fantastically corrupt” dictator-in-waiting of Equatorial Guinea. Teodorin, as his friends call him, is considered by U.S. intelligence to be “an unstable, reckless idiot.”
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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.