Sex work decriminalization is becoming an issue for 2020 (Rolling Stone)

Why straight men are joining masturbation clubs (GQ)

Who is the real Mrs. El Chapo? (Rolling Stone)

How air purifiers became the newest wellness craze (Medium)

How MDMA is saving marriages (Fatherly)

Parents are retouching their kids’ school photos and their photos on Instagram (Glamour)

Rich kids are using Apple watches to cheat in schools (The Outline)

Guys in Disney social clubs are wilding out at the happiest place on Earth (MEL Magazine)

Can Alexa and Facebook predict the end of your relationship? (Vox)

Waterboarding for pleasure: when kink violates the Geneva conventions (Rolling Stone)

Competitive eating is basically getting paid to have an eating disorder (MEL Magazine)


Why do men blow burps out of the side of their mouth? (The Cut)

Inside the mommy-friendly, scientifically sketchy world of breastfeeding supplements (Vox)

The dangerous, racist world of vaginal lightening (Vox)

A decade after the iPhone, there’s still no good smart phone for kids (Medium)

The elite cabal of mall Santas making up to $20,000 every Christmas (Vox)

How sexual assault survivors are using ASMR to recover from trauma (Teen Vogue)

Inside the thirsty world of babywearing DILFs on Instagram (MEL Magazine)

On what to say if someone asks if you’re breastfeeding (New York Times)

On why young women are convinced motherhood is going to suck (Bustle)


On why straight guys send each other their dick pics (The Cut)

On the suicide of August Ames and the sex worker mental health crisis (Men's Health)

How to function at work as a sleep-deprived new parent (The Cut)

Where to buy Kristen Bell's lipstick on The Good Place (Racked) 

On the sexual assault allegations against porn star Ron Jeremy (Rolling Stone) 

Is internet porn making 20-something men impotent? (Rolling Stone) 

On becoming a mom in your 20s, and whether it's possible to "have it all" (New York Magazine)

On the cultural history of the underboob (Playboy Magazine) 

On the myth of the "unicorn," or straight ladies who love having threesomes (New York Post) 


On bridal gown contracts, the wedding cost no one talks about (New York Times)

On why millennials are borrowing money from their parents to freeze their eggs (The Outline)

On the penile plethysmograph, a controversial test used to punish sex offenders (Vice) 

On women who make a living smoking weed on Periscope (Refinery29)

On the cultural history of the porn pizza delivery guy, the XXX industry's most enduring character trope (Eater)

On "mooning," the tech dating trend that's replaced ghosting (GQ) 

On the psychology of why teen girls shoplift (Racked)

On the truth about masturbating during pregnancy (Fusion)

On the brunch bread basket, the restaurant industry's biggest scam (Extra Crispy) 

On women who become exhibitionists (Broadly)

On a secret sex club for bicurious women (Mic


On James Deen and the toxicity of male feminism (Mic)

On why more women than ever are paying for sex (Daily Dot) 

On why so many straight women get off to lesbian porn (Daily Dot)


On the cult legacy of Wee Sing in Sillyvillea 1980s direct-to-video children's musical (Vice)

On the secret world of financial domination, a fetish where men get off to giving women money (Salon)

On how I started a massive Amelia Bedelia Wikipedia hoax (Daily Dot)