South Africa Sex Trafficking: Fact or Fiction?

This is our first guest post by Courtney D. Campbell, an independent filmmaker and director of Changing Directions Films LLC which he founded in Portland, Oregon.

Rurru does Mexico

Almendra Castillo, known as Rurru Mipanochia, is a Mexican underground illustrator, graduated from the “Facultad de Artes y diseño, UNAM. She lives in Mexico city and shows her sexual dissatisfaction in her artwork.

Coming of Age

Audio Smut is a radio show that delivers honest and emotionally engaging stories to educate and initiate public discourse about gender, sex, and relationships from a sex-positive, queer, and feminist perspective.

How One-Hour Orgasms Can Burn Away Suffering

Dr. Nida Chenaktsang, a world-renowned expert on Tibetan medicine, discusses the Buddhist sexual technique known as Karmamudra. Join him for a more in-depth talk Wednesday, June 11, 2014, 6:30 pm, at Trace Foundation (map). Reprinted with Dr. Nida’s permission.

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Orgasm Wars (NSFW)


We bring to you Japan’s Orgasm Wars!

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Nutcracker Rouge


‘Tis the season for NUTCRACKER ROUGE: A naughty version of the beloved family classic.

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A Persistent Office Mate // A Suffering Soul // Sex Addiction


From a persistent office mate to sex addiction to a suffering soul, Ms. M. gets real with honest and loving advice.

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WIRED Infographic on NYC Sex Workers Has No Idea What it’s Talking About


Sudhir Venkatesh has already had more than his allotted 15 minutes, but his most recent appropriation of sex workers’ lives gives us—sex workers, people in the sex trade, and allies—a moment to reflect on unethical researchers who have not yet realized that they are as much under the microscope as we are.

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Brazil’s #1 Puta


Gabriela inaugurated a way of being and doing politics. Born into a middle class family in São Paulo, she left her college studies in 1970s to work in prostitution. In the late 1970s, she organized the first protests against the frequent human rights abuses she witnessed among her colleagues.

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