Bennington returns with news from a new home: the subway tunnels under New York.
I’m not an “anti-vaxxer,” he only wrote that because he wants attention.
Cousin Quibbits has a spiritual visitor and resumes his criminal ways to get back where he belongs: home.
BQ ponders the rapture and his old friend Jesus Christ on an Amtrak trip back to Boston.
Bennington’s journey to the end of the East Coast continues with pervert renters and avian assassins.
I promise not the touch the cicada cocaine.
The forsaken Quibbits clan member is coming out of his cage and he’s doing just fine (Part One in a series.)
Call him by his name: Rooster Rutherford Quibbits.
Slipping meanings and semiotics of our most vulgar phrases.
Rooster gets cucked by his agent Maury, and doesn’t appear to care all that much.
Someone please go to the Quibbits residence in Massachusetts, we’re publishing this under duress.
RQ isn’t at all worried about the nearly 10-day absence of his wife Monica, so he sings (in sorrow).
The notion of some inner psychological third sex was questioned by the very homosexuals and transexuals it was intending to legitimize.
There isn't a lot of evidence that pornography—in itself—is causing sexual problems.
My days at Larry Flynt Publications.
Reputable organizations eventually experience major problems.
Ask 10 people and you may get 10 different answers.
But you don’t see me making a big deal about it.
The city where you can buy anything.
A brief guide to the Vietnamese sex industry.
Is gender liberation a modern delusion?
Unfortunately, not through an on-air demonstration.
Esperanza Fonseca and Jamie Peck join Nomiki Konst for a conversation about OnlyFans, sex trade, and the sex work industry at large.
Wishman promotes Dildo Heaven and chastises Ebert over his sexual frustrations (Wishman died only five months after this interview aired).
Jamie Peck of The Antifada talks about how to console a one minute man and reads one of the weirdest DM's she's gotten.
Kristen Ghodsee, author of Why Women Have Better Sex Under Socialism, discusses socialist sex education and how Eastern European state socialism helped women gain more independence from men and, by extension, have better sex lives.
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