Love, Sex and Movements
The media and our culture change greatly how we conceive of and perceive sexuality in our minds. This section sheds light on these influences and the opinions which makes our universe the way it is.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is sex work bad?
Choosing to engage in sex work can involve a lot of agency, and is not necessarily bad.
Is media biased towards sex?
Many sex stereotypes, including how it is suppossed to happen, and is sex necessary in our lives, has been created by media. Though media is also responsible for actively challenging these notions.
Is it acceptable according to religion to have sex before marriage?
Many religious practices discourage pre-marital sex, but now that is slowly changing. Couples do opt for not having pre-marital sex for other reasons than religion
Stories on this topic
Bringing Down the Patriarchy with Kaytlin Bailey
Woodhull Freedom Foundation, today
On Thursday, we went live with stand-up comic, sex worker rights advocate, and whorstorian Kaytlin Bailey to talk about the history of sex work in the United States. Her performance, “U.S.
On Thursday, we went live with stand-up comic, sex...
Sing me to bed
Clementine Lips, yesterday
The lights turned on and illuminated the stage. It was of modest size, she wasn’t a superstar (yet). But it was still packed with people excitedly waiting for her to go on stage.
The lights turned on and illuminated the stage. It was of modest size, she wasn’t a superstar (yet).
You've got to know these 7 celebrities who came out in 2020
Nimisha, Jul 02
What is so special about celebrities coming out anyway? Many these days may claim that the primary reasons celebrities come out is to increase their presence, and boost their marketing.
What is so special about celebrities coming out an...
The most amazing thing happened: Dr Amy and M.Christian of Loves' Outer Limits interview Shakun of Tickle.Life!
Dr. Amy Marsh, Jul 02
Join Dr. Amy Marsh, sexologist, and M.Christian, erotica and sexuality writer, for an interview with our first special guest, Shakun Sethi, founder of Tickle.Life! Ms.
Join Dr. Amy Marsh, sexologist, and M.