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Week of Jul 27, 2015
The Day My Therapist Dared Me to Have Sex With Her
by Michael Stahl
My analyst and I grew more intimately connected each week of treatment...but I never saw this indecent proposal coming.
Lessons Learned from a Childhood Spent Touching Myself
by Chloe Stillwell
From the tender age of four, rampant masturbation was my secret shame. It took an awkward sex ed class at a Christian private school to inadvertently teach me I wasn’t alone.
Marta Wasn't Desperate for Money. She Just Knew Porn Was the Life She Wanted.
by Katia Repina
The making of an adult film star.
I’m a Straight Man, and He’s My New Sugar Daddy
by Henry Latourette Miller
When one broke Brooklynite embarks on a new side job as an escort for hire, he finds himself swimming through a murky world of easy money, broken promises and naked truths.
How a Real-Life Carrie Bradshaw from Missouri Became Chile's Number One Sexpert
by Mark Johanson
One American woman finds fame as a sex-toy pioneer and saucy media personality tearing down taboos in one of Latin America’s most conservative countries.
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Week of Jul 20, 2015
The Town Devoured by Dust
by Brady Lawrence | Text by Reese Wells
What happens to a town when its main water supply is diverted to a big nearby metropolis?
The Body Behind the Little White Church
by Alison Stine
A 25-year-old Ohio woman goes missing for eight days. When her body is finally found, a tiny Appalachian town is rocked by shocking secrets of infidelity, polygamy and cold-blooded murder.
Planning My Father-Daughter Dance Without My Dad
by Lilly O'Donnell
Each day my perfect trip down the aisle grows closer, my mind wanders ever closer to my father, who, even in death, is teaching me that grief doesn’t have to overshadow joy.
Can DIY Flipbooks Become the YouTube of Prisons?
by Stacey McKenna
When a five-decade sentence puts bars between an intense friendship, one artsy couple dreams up a low-tech way for inmates to experience those fleeting, magical moments the rest of us take for granted.
How One American Citizen Was Forcibly Drafted Into the South Korean Army
by John Power
Illinois-born Young Chun thought a stint teaching English in Korea would be a quick and easy way to pay off his mounting post-college debt. He could not have been more wrong.
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That Time the Internet Sent a SWAT Team to My Mom’s House
by Caroline Sinders
When I set out to research the out-of-control harassment problem in gamer culture, I never dreamed my mother would be caught up in the middle of it all.
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