About Rachel Kingsley
Rachel believes even though society has become more open about sex, it’s still a highly taboo subject. To become more open and accepting, she believes we need to start with education. Rachel shares her experiences.

Sexploration with Rachel: BDSM

September 14, 2014 Rachel Kingsley

Editor’s Note: This week’s column is #NSFW (not safe for work). Read at your own discretion. I started dipping into BDSM when I was around 18, and I haven’t missed vanilla sex since. Being in […]

Sexploration with Rachel: Threesomes

September 7, 2014 Rachel Kingsley

Editor’s Note: This week’s column is NSFW (not safe for work). Read at your own discretion. It’s no secret that threesomes have become the Holy Grail of sexual fantasies—sharing your partner with another person is […]

Sex trafficking exists in Atlanta

November 10, 2013 Rachel Kingsley

According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, sex trafficking is the most common form of modern-day slavery in the United States. Usually targeting women and children, estimates put the number of victims in the millions.

Pride in sexuality

October 22, 2013 Rachel Kingsley

In June 1970, America celebrated its first pride parade for the one year anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, which were nearly week-long riots between the New York gay community and the New York City police […]

Love in the time of HPV

October 20, 2013 Rachel Kingsley

Michael Douglas has said that his throat cancer was caused by oral sex. Douglas isn’t wrong—his particular cancer was caused by a strain of the Human Papillomavirus (or HPV). HPV can affect throats, mouths and […]

Why women fake it…

October 1, 2013 Rachel Kingsley

All of us have seen that iconic scene from “When Harry met Sally.” You know, the one where Meg Ryan fakes an orgasm over lunch just to prove to Billy Crystal’s character that men can’t […]

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