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)