is fan fiction ethical?
Fan fiction is a way for many teens to express themselves creatively and navigate their sexuality. But when the imagined erotic scenarios involve real people without their consent, things are more complicated.
nobuyoshi araki's massive, new retrospective is surprisingly personal (and nsfw, obviously)
The Museum of Sex exhibit will look back at the controversial photographer's groundbreaking career.
the book shining a spotlight on sexual subcultures and diy fetish
From erotic fan fiction to niche kinks involving shaved heads and sneezing, Katharine Gates' revised tome Deviant Desires: A Tour of the Erotic Edge peels back the curtain on the more obscure side of sexual subcultures.
an oral history: madonna’s 'erotica' by the people who helped create it
To celebrate its 25 birthday, we revisit Madonna’s provocative classic "Erotica" via the album’s key collaborators.
strip clubs, nudes and erotica: the life and legend of the king of soho
When Soho feels less seedy than ever, and London's nightlife is on its knees, there's never been a better time to celebrate the legacy of Paul Raymond, the man behind Soho’s sexual revolution.
shannon may powell’s photos capture the heart and soul of what turns us on
The photographer wants you to see erotica as more than sex.
how 'the baroness' is reinventing erotica through the female gaze
Matthew Holroyd and Ché Zara Blomfield discuss the female gaze in modern sexuality.
kristen liu-wong’s world is erotic, horrific, violent and awesome
The artist paints normal girls who just happen to be terrorising the planet.
your favorite gender-fluid erotic journal is back
Take a look at the new issue of 'Odiseo,' exclusively on i-D.
erotic model tessa kuragi talks fantasy and female empowerment
Nick Knight's surreal star opens up about sexuality, censorship, and why 'normal' is terrifying.
why erotica publisher paul chan only uses women writers
The Guggenheim grant winning artist and his experimental publishing house stroke our largest sex organ with a new series of erotic fiction.
odiseo is the thinking person's gender-fluid erotic journal
Can snails be erotic? This publication thinks so.