BY emily dirienzo
on Sep 22, 2010
Our offices may be in the city that never sleeps, but BUSTies live and work all over the country. BUST mag’s own sex columnist and resident sexologist at San Francisco’s Good Vibrations, Dr. Carol Queen is coasts away from the Mothership here in N.Y.C, but she’s about to be a whole lot closer, and we just can’t contain ourselves!
Mark your calendars (your sexy calendars!), because October 1st Tied Up Events is throwing a sex ... Read More
BY Kelly McClure
on Sep 02, 2010
When people talk about sex it's usually in a very summer blockbuster sort of way. All ripped t-shirts and things throbbing and pulsating all over the place. It's always "the best I've ever had," or "the hottest I've ever had." What's left out is usually the most intimate parts, the little awkward details like those body fart noises that happen when two sweaty people mush up against each other, and how satisfying/painful the hood of a car can feel when you're ... Read More
BY jodi sh doff
on Aug 30, 2010
Rachel Kramer Bussel reads a lot of porn. Her fingers are in a lot of erotic pies, metaphorically speaking. She’s edited (or co-edited) too many erotic anthologies to count. Okay, I confess. I counted. There are thirty, thirty books full of dirty stories she has personally read, or written, and approved for your personal consumption and one-handed enjoyment.
The newest additions to her burgeoning list of erotic anthologies are ... Read More
BY Emilie Branch
on Aug 25, 2010
If there’s a camera with a steady red light on in your bedroom while you’re having sex, you’re technically shooting a porn. This is a fact. If you’re boyfriend is holding the camera (even if there is no red light) than this is certainly true. You will probably break up, which is amplified if you’re a “celeb”. This is because more people (including the other famous ones) want to have sex with you than they do ... Read More
on Jul 29, 2010
Is your birth control making you smell "less attractive" to prospective males? That's the question scientists at Duke University are researching in a fairly new study conducted with lemurs as test subjects. In the study, female lemurs were injected with the popular birth control, Depo-Provera, also known as the shot. The female lemurs then allegedly sent out a "different scent molecule" than the control group. Males seemed to shun the injected females, leaving ... Read More
on Jul 21, 2010
Archaeologists made an interesting find last week. While excavating a site in Sweden, they found what appears to be a penis carved out of antler bone. Researchers are still speculating on the actual function of this phallic object, and possible uses include tool or weapon. However, other objects of phallic nature have been found before and this new find may mean evidence of ancient sex toys used by our ancestors.
Photo Credit: Peter ... Read More
BY Sophie Johnson
on Jul 08, 2010
Feeling a little randy this summer? We've got the cure: Summer, Sex, and Spirits! It's a benefit for Planned Parenthood of New York City that will take place July 8th at the Museum of Sex sponsored by BUST Magazine! The event takes its name very seriously, with an all-night open bar and after-hour access to the museum. There will also be performances by DJ Ayres (from The Rub) and Jess Jubilee (from Flashing lights), raffles, a silent auction, and a special VIP ... Read More
BY Intern Brittany J.
on Jul 01, 2010
Take a couple minutes to check out this photo essay from Mother Jones by Phillip Toledano. All photos and quotes come from his 2008 book, Phonesex. If you ever wanted to know who was on the other line when you dialed up, here you go.How do you feel about phone sex? Or more specifically about the phone sex industry? Have any fun stories like these ladies and gents?[photo: Mother Jones, Phillip ... Read More
BY Lisa Kirchner
on Jun 30, 2010
Thanks to a French (of course) drug company, there soon may be more than one option when it comes to morning after pills. Like, several mornings after. While Plan B works for three days after unprotected intercourse, the new drug–ella–is effective for five. Those two extra days can really count if you live in a rural area or face other obstacles to getting Plan B within that three-day window. Ella (also called ulipristal acetate), won unanimous backing ... Read More
BY Lisa Kirchner
on Jun 18, 2010
Reports coming out of the FDA don't look good for Flibanserin, the drug that's supposed to boost women's libidos. Interestingly enough, the problem seems to be that the little blue pill doesn't cause an increase in sexual desire, but in the number of "sexually satisfying events." Firstly, let me be proud to report that I can banish this weirdo euphemism in favor of the word ORGASM. Secondly, what? This is a problem...why?
Before you get wound up about side effects, ... Read More