The first time I bought this book, I was in college. Continue reading “Not That Kind of Girl by Lena Dunham”
In spite of what they say, this book goes to show that blondes, in fact, do not have more fun. The juicy memoir about reality television and Vegas show star Holly Madison reads a bit like a reality show portraying a fairy tale with all the important elements: villians, heros, a trapped princess, a foreboding mansion, and an escape. Continue reading “Down the Rabbit Hole by Holly Madison”
This review was originally written for The Center for Sexual Pleasure and Health
This collection of essays focuses on those in the pornography industry whose families and friends are aware of their pornographic association, either through discussing it themselves or being outed by others. These essays make sex workers relatable; they have families, friends, and lives outside of their jobs. They have good and bad work days, coworkers they love and coworkers they hate. Continue reading “Coming Out Like a Porn Star edited by Jiz Lee”
Content Warning: Discussion of sexual assault and personal experience. This article was written for Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
Rape and sexual assault are not black and white concepts to me. Continue reading “#SexualAssaultAwareness”
Trigger warning: Emotional abuse Continue reading “Let Me Smell Your Fingers: A Memoir”