I thought we might have killed the term a couple years ago, but it's making a disconcerting reappearance this week.
Matt Damon, Alyssa Milano, Minnie Driver, Ian McKellen: They've all released their viewpoints about - or against - conflating sexual harassment with more extreme crimes, but I'd argue that none of them are pinpointing the real issue.
Oh yeah. I'm going there.
There is no penance in pool-side Pilates.
When you're having sex, you want to be in your body, not your head. But that's not always an easy feat.
If your gut reaction is "because men make more testosterone," this piece is for you.
It's not news that the online abuse of women is relatively rampant - how many times have you seen a female receive a comment along the lines of "you deserve to get anally destroyed, slut?" on a tweet or article she posts. But the language we see used as porn titles or descriptors might be one of many root problems.
Sexual compatibility is an ill-defined concept.
The notion that great sex is for the young has inhibited us from experiencing our best lives.
VR porn changes us from voyeur to porn star, but the ramifications aren't all peachy.
A closer look at the controversial, dessert-laden episode.
Dan Savage is the champion of a Valentine's Day that makes great sex the main course - but should we be using it every day of the year?
Often knocked for being the most vanilla of vanilla sex positions, missionary gets a terrible rap for being terribly boring. But is it really so bad?
And while we're at it, neither is sex.
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