I just spent an hour trying to work out the payoff matrix of dating in college, as represented in the NYT. (Need I remind readers that I am a nerd?) I did this because when I read the article it
The thing I get asked about more than anything else is orgasm – specifically, women’s orgasms. How to have them, how to give them, how to have better ones, how to enjoy them more, why they are they way they
There are many body parts that you might not know have names! Many of them are excellent boggle words. Many of them should be used more often in erotica, rather than the tired old standards. My newest favorite example: Ala.
There is a lot of science (well, let’s say there is a lot of “science”) about mate choice, what’s attractive to whom and what that means for us as a species. For example, in general we, all of us humans,
It’s not my goal to be a downer, but I can’t let this one go. Maybe it’s because I’m going to see the Vagina Monologues tomorrow and so I’ve got violence against women on the brain. In December, in Turkey,
On a Saturday afternoon with nothing much on until the evening and a new toy like a blog, it’s all too easy to get sucked into self-involved analysis. But I learned something that gave me a bubbly infusion of delight,
College students, man. They ask the best and the hardest questions. This is what they asked me yesterday: “When you’re really interested in someone and then you get into a relationship with them and all your interest just evaporates… why
I’m a PBS watcher, and NPR listener, and a National Geographic reader. A reason I prefer nerd media is that popular media so often presents sexuality in a way that either objectifies women, reinforces dangerous stereotypes, is factually incorrect, or