By: Alexandra Weiss (April 10, 2021) in The New York Times “The high-priced hustle of financial domination, where “pay pigs” send tributes to their cash masters.” She Gets Paid Just To Humiliate Her Fans
By: UNKNOWN (March 24, 2021) in Sky News “Dr Shanna Swan has found that chemicals called phthalates are causing human babies to be born with malformed genitals.” Human Penises Are Shrinking Because Of Pollution, Warns Scientist
By: Oliver O’Connell (March 24, 2021) in Independent “Governor Spencer Cox signed legislation on Tuesday requiring that phones and tablets block pornography.” Utah Bans Pornography On Cellphones
By: Julia Carmel (March 26, 2021) in The New York Times “Their venues are closed and their stages are dark, but New York City’s burlesque performers are itching for the return of feathers, tassels and harnesses.” What Is Life Without Burlesque?
By: Katharine LaConte (March 26, 2021) in BuzzFeed “I’m Generally Curious If These 17 Common Sexual Fetishes Are Things You’d Actually Try.” These 17 Sexual Fetishes Are Some Of The Most Common — Would You Try Them?
By: Katharine K. Zarrella (April 3, 2021) in “The Wall Street Journal” “WFH comfort put the bra on life support, so why are women from Megan Thee Stallion to Miami Beach moms swapping sweatshirts for corsets? An investigation into the counterintuitive spring trend.” Corsets Are Back, Thanks to ‘Bridgerton’ and Party Fever
By: Mysterious Witt (March 12, 2021) in Your Tango c/o Medium “When Celia, a dominatrix I met at a writer’s group, told me how much money she earned per hour, I was astonished. What she made in an hour on the job took me a couple of days to earn.” Why A “Nice” Girl Like…
By: Caroline Rose Giuliani (March 4, 2021) in Vanity Fair “Intimacy between two people is like ping-pong, but with three people, it’s like volleying a ball with no net, and no blueprint. That openness has changed my life.” A Unicorn’s Tale: Three-Way Sex With Couples Has Made Me A Better Person
By: Enid Tsui (March 11, 2021) in South China Morning Post “Dance performance ‘Under Line’ – a ‘physical narrative’ of taboos – is the most titillating program in Tai Kwun’s six-week arts festival starting April 2. Immersive play ‘A Poem in Jail’ was inspired by a poem a women inmate carved into a bed at…
By: Zixu Wang, Xin Chen and Caroline Radnofsky (March 5, 2021) in NBC News “Boys in China traditionally are expected to be strong leaders, get good grades and excel at sports. But the gender balance in China is changing.” China Proposes Teaching Masculinity To Boys As State Is Alarmed By Changing Gender Roles