Here we focus on the way sex is talked about online, whether it's via Reddit threads, or on Twitter or Facebook. We talk about the politics of sex, including topics like feminism and men's rights.
How the Trump administration is making it hard for LGBTQ teens to learn about safe sex
Its focus on abstinence-only sex ed is especially harmful to queer teens.
If you want to burn calories during sex, don’t have boring sex
Time to retire the missionary position.
What it’s like to work in the sex industry in the wake of #MeToo
These women-led companies are all about boundaries.
This sex worker-run site is fighting back against SESTA
It's safe, secure, and anonymous, says founder Melissa Mariposa.
Stormy Daniels’ story isn’t just about Trump—it’s about women being silenced
Daniels' appearance on '60 Minutes' was a way of pushing back.
Craigslist shuts down its personals section, blaming ‘sex-trafficking’ bill
First Reddit, now Craigslist—which site will be next?
Now is probably a good time to learn what a healthy relationship looks like
Not all relationships are toxic.
Americans still prefer sex to social media
A new study says we'll willingly give up alcohol, though.
Women running sex tech companies deal with an abhorrent amount of harassment
Men, apparently, can't handle women making products for themselves.
Everything you ever wanted to know about sex in the Olympic Villages
Confine thousands of hyped, ultra-fit young people—and, of course, they're going to get it on.
Can someone please tell this man that the vagina is not like a rotting piece of tuna?
This isn't a sex education lesson, but a cautionary tale not to f**k rotting fish.