Anytime, Anywhere: The Growing Appeal of the Free-Use Fetish

In a free-use fantasy, partners can have sex with each other whenever they want, no holds barred. But in reality, freedom is anything but free.

Why Our Conversation About Consent Still Misses the Point

A convo with ‘Tomorrow Sex Will Be Good Again’ author Katherine Angel about what’s lacking in our bedrooms — and how to fix it

The Long, Painful War on Stealthing

Stealthing looks like assault, feels like assault and is widely seen as assault, but no laws exist to prevent it. Could a new California bill change the tide?

When Rapists Use Sexts as a Legal Defense

Flirty digital messaging plays an increasingly important evidentiary role in cases of alleged sexual assault — mainly to cast doubt on the victim