Oh Joy Sex Toy is a weekly comics series that graphically explores sex and sexuality. In this installment, artist Erika Moen rounds up her favorite products from her entire year of testing out sexy stuff.
That's Not Cool, a national public education campaign that aims to prevent teen dating abuse, offers "callout cards" to stop unwanted sexts.
For several years now, studies have consistently shown that sexting is a common fact of teen life these days. A 2011 study found that roughly 20 percent of teens digitally share photographs of themselves either scantily clad or naked.
In her 2011 music video for "Yankin," the rapper Lady does whatever she pleases.
On September 29, the U.S. metal band Mastodon unleashed their video for “The Motherload,” a gratuitously twerk-tastic romp featuring women of color dancing against a Nine Inch Nails-esque backdrop. The backlash followed soon after, and when reached for comment, drummer Brann Dailor said he did not see the sexism of the video, saying that the band sought only to make something “fun” and “bizarre.”
As Geek Girl Con hits Seattle this weekend, celebrating the rise of an inclusive female fandom, I want to take a look back at an early women-created comic that has been largely overlooked despite all current focus on the history of women in comics.
When Lyn Chevli and Joyce Farmer first began publishing a called Tits & Clits in the early 1970s, they knew their comics were radical.
Oh Joy Sex Toy is a weekly comics series that graphically explores sex and sexuality. This week, artist Erika Moen lays out the basics of how to share sexy photos without crossing any ethical boundaries.
There are a few disturbing scenes in Wetlands. But they’re not the ones that are vulgar or sexual or unhygienic. In fact, the most bizarre scenes in director David Wnendt‘s new film are also surprisingly joyful.