SEX WORK IS WORK
A Rousing Celebration of Sex Work—and Women’s Sexual Power
GOOD OLD DAYS
From the Beatles to ‘The Crown’: A Spiffing Tour of Britain
As nostalgia for British pop culture hits a fever pitch, I went on a handful of pop culture tours in London and Liverpool to see if these trips down memory lane were worth it.
David Mamet’s New Play About Harvey Weinstein Is a Dud
‘Bitter Wheat’ stars John Malkovich as a Weinstein-like Hollywood mogul and abuser. The play has been billed as a comedy and farce, but the audience isn't laughing.
His Magnum Opus Was an Arabic Sex Guide. His Wife Burned It.
Sir Richard Francis Burton’s wife Isabel feared ‘The Scented Garden’ would not be read in the ‘spirit of science,’ but ‘for filth's sake.’ Her fiery solution brought more scandal.
THE WRONG THRONE
Thousands of Brits Protest Trump With 16-Foot Farting Robot
Trump keeps insisting there have been no protests during his visit to Britain—but it's hard to see how he could have missed this.
Colbert Mocks Javanka’s U.K. Trip: ‘No Business Being There’
The ‘Late Show’ host returned from his weeklong vacation with a barrage of jokes about Trump’s big state visit in London.
MEXICANS BEHIND THE WALL
Cops Cleanse Dissent From Trump’s Royal Photo Op
Police snatch horns, hide protesters from the media. ‘Are you putting her behind a wall because she’s Mexican?’
SEX AND THE SWINGING CITY
How the Mother of the Miniskirt Changed the World
From a single boutique to a world style, one woman shook up her own country and then built an empire.