Haviland Stillwell and Riese answer your wanting to want sex with her question on video, with special guests Marni & Ashley!
How to stop faking orgasms and start being honest about how you like your damn soup.
“Why are my arms so skinny? People can be friendly. Fuck, she’s so cute. Am I getting enough iron?”
How do you successfully flirt with that adorable barista?
What do you do when you want to open a book and she wants to open your legs?
“This week’s topic is a smorgasbord of the law and sexuality inspired by Autostraddle!”
Can you fall in love and have a successful relationship with somebody you’ve never met?
I had already committed, in my mind, to taking on consent activism for the rest of my life. Then I came out of the closet.
“The laws surrounding what you can and cannot show of your own body in public are so complex and convoluted that I could not even begin to cover them all in a single blog post.”
On a typical Friday night you are: “Finding a place to put all these dead bodies.”
Debate is raging about the economics of sex versus women’s desire — but what does it mean for lesbians?
Sometimes we are reminded we live in a heteronormative world in the unlikeliest of places.
Can a top be a bottom without selling her soul? And how to talk to a partner who isn’t what she used to be.
We discuss interracial couples and how the gay marriage movement could learn a thing of two from their struggles.
“As an aspiring talk show host who also happens to be a lawyer and a formerly engaged Gay American, I know a lot about the ins and outs of marriage, legally and emotionally.”
“It’s okay to be angry. It’s okay to feel misled. It’s okay to feel stupid. It’s okay to listen to ‘Jar of Hearts’ on repeat.”
“I’m rather tired of people reacting with shock when they find out I dress the way I do and identify as a bottom.”
Before sex, during sex and after sex. Sex, sex, sexy sex.
Will your girl eventually want another girl? Is your long-term relationship robbing her of sexual growth and personal development? This is a good opportunity to talk about yourself under the guise of helping someone else.
So let’s say all your friends are straight and they’re totally okay with you being gay but also sometimes say the most irritating things ever? A conversation on how/when to deal.