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Dominique Sisley

Dominique Sisley is a London-based journalist who writes a lot about sex, relationships, and how strange humans are. She requires regular watering and withers in direct sun.

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‘Can I Buy You a Drink’ Is Dead. Finally.

The boozy come-on was the most annoying pick-up line of the pre-pandemic age. Now it’s in hell where it belongs

The Slippery Story of How Jell-O Wrestling Became America’s Sloppiest Pastime

Covering your opponent in oil before violently hugging them for hours is one of Turkey’s oldest and most treasured sports. How did it mutate into the sticky, bikini-clad pastime of Jell-O wrestling we hoot and holler at today?

The Not-So-Stimulating History of Using Erectile Drugs on Women

The little blue pill really is just for those with penises. The pink pill is trying to solve the wrong problem. Why is it so hard to find a female Viagra that actually works?