It’s no coincidence that witches and feminism have received more media attention than ever in the past few years. The concurrent rise of pop culture feminism and female (super)power on screen and online is less about manufactured moves for ratings and clickbait than it is about a return to powerful archetypes of femininity. And within this month alone, […]
We’re oh so excited to have Slutist’s Legacy of the Witch festival included in Gothamist’s 20 Cool Things To Do In March. To up the ante, we’ve added two additional performers to the bill, which are sure to bring even higher levels of spellbinding titillation to the stage. Legs Malone Legs Malone is the Girl With […]
Kinkly’s annual list of “sex blogging superheroes” was released today, and we’re so honored to be included yet again! The company is totally badass, as usual, including Hey Epiphora, Queerie Bradshaw, and Smut For Smarties, to name a few. Thanks for voting for us, everyone! Big announcements soon about what’s in store for 2015…
Down For Whatever is a feminist sex, dating and relationship advice show by the lovely (and witty) Myisha Battle. The podcasts have featured folks discussing everything from BDSM, sex work, and foreskin to sex positive feminism and what it’s like to date a lot of people simultaneously. Oh, and Slutist editrix Kristen Korvette makes an […]
We are beyond psyched that Glamour UK (Britain’s #1 women’s mag) has chosen Slutist as one of their 7 favorite sex blogs! The June 2014 issue features a brief interview with founder/editrix Kristen Korvette and an excerpt about representations of female masturbation onscreen, inspired by this post from February. Cheers to international love!
Slutist turns 1 this week and we wanted to thank all of our readers and contributors for a wild ride of a year! If there were only enough kittens and bottles of lube to send to everyone…As we continue to grow our brand of intersextional feminism (15 writers and counting!) we thought it would be […]
Slutist has made Kinkly.com‘s list of Top 100 Sex Blogging Superheroes of 2013! Being in the company of Tristan Taormino’s Pucker Up, Queerie Bradshaw, and Hey Epiphora makes it twice as sweet. Check out the full list here.
It rolls off the tongue pejoratively or pleasurably, depending from whose mouth it originates. Somehow, it has yet to recede into the mundane cadre of well-worn disses, and instead grows more prickly and powerful: in 2013, slut still has bite. The Atlantic included it in their 2012 list of “Worst Words” after it was thrown […]