February Slut of the Month: Mistress Lucy Sweetkill

An enthusiast of the unconventional, Mistress Lucy Sweetkill is co-owner and co-proprietess of one of NYC’s most decadent and discerning dungeons, La Maison du Rouge. This fem domme siren delves into her conscious sadism and kink positive outlook as our February Slut of the Month. I am: Mistress Lucy Sweetkill (aka Daddie Lucy) By Day: Dominatrix, […]

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Lizz Winstead: The First Lady of Political Satire Talks Protest, Fake News & Feminist Party Jams

The first lady of political satire, Lizz Winstead is a multi-hyphenate performer whose humor is equally at home on network TV and in an activist coven. The Minnesota native co-created comedy behemoth The Daily Show in 1996, founded reproductive rights organization the Lady Parts Justice League in 2012, and published a book of essays, Lizz Free or Die, in 2013. Winstead’s […]

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Knifesex’s Deipna: Songs For Dance And Devotion

Conjuring evocative post-industrial noisescapes for ritual and ecstatic dance, Knifesex‘s Deipna is a feast for the senses. Named after Hekate’s dark moon ritual supper, Vanessa Irena’s new 3-song-EP is both an offering to the goddess, and a hypnotic, pulsating paean for us. We asked Irena—who is also the producer/vocalist of The Harrow, founder of female solo […]

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Chakrubs’ Fetish-Inspired Shadow Line Elevates The Darkness Within Us

Chakrubs’ stunning crystal sexual wellness products straddle the line between spirituality and eroticism, and with the new Shadow Line, offer tools to delve into the darkness we carry within. Founder and creatrix of Chakrubs Vanessa Cuccia explains the impetus for her new collection: Six years ago I created Chakrubs. Sex with crystals has since become mainstream, […]

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Naomi Elena Ramirez: Reframing The “Other Woman” Through Dance

Naomi Elena Ramirez‘s “The Temptress, Seductress, and Other Woman: Fictions of desire and responsibility” is about the uncompromising positions—both literally and figuratively—that patriarchal narratives force women into. At the premiere performance of her piece at Gibney Dance on a split bill curated by Luciana Achugar, the artist fused movement with music, recorded text, and a photographic score […]

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January Slut of the Month: Sophie Saint Thomas

Starting off 2017 with a babely bang, Sophie Saint Thomas is our January Slut of the Month. A writer and provocateur with bylines in Playboy, Vice, Cosmopolitan, High Times, and many more, Sophie is notorious for her fearless explorations of the erotic and the occult. She was named one of Brooklyn Magazine‘s 30 under 30, and explored childhood sex fantasies […]

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Jex Blackmore: Satanic Feminism As Activism

As part of our Legacy of the Witch festival last April, Slutist presented a talk in conjunction with Catland Books by artist, activist and national spokesperson for The Satanic Temple Jex Blackmore. We finally have the video footage available for those who were unable to make this powerful presentation on Satanic feminism, activism, and the witch as […]

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Damali Abrams, Glitter Priestess: Divine Feminine Healing For A Culture Of Chaos

Whether in Seoul or Barbados, The Grenada National Museum or The Whitney, interdisciplinary artist and educator Damali Abrams has traveled the world making and sharing her creative work. From a lineage of healers, herbal medicine has always been part of her private life, but in Abrams’ current incarnation as Glitter Priestess, she is finally offering her services to […]

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October Slut of the Month: Taylor Irezumi

A model, artist, writer and cemetery stalking Kinderwhore, Taylor Irezumi is our October Slut of the Month. This animal-loving vvitch is practiced in the art of internet magick and has been blocked by Donald Trump on Facebook — which is one more reason why she’s a fitting pre-Samhain slut for us. Read on to learn about Taylor’s witch […]

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How We End: Exes, Breakups & Unreliable Narrators

At turns crushing, sweet and funny, How We End captures the death knell of romantic and sexual relationships. Written by Hannah Schneider with imagery by Kate Stone, the book is based on true accounts and speaks to the universality of breakups and the unreliability of memory through 41 short stories told by an unnamed narrator. One woman gets left at an LL […]

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