I’ve been digging through and clearing out the stuff I’ve left at my parents house, helping them convert my childhood bedroom into a guest room. I’ve been going through and documenting the things I don’t particularly wish to keep, but wanted to share before they got tossed. Thankfully, between the old notes from middle school, […]
Happy Friday, everyone! Today’s question is inspired by the fact that the spouse and I are moving next weekend, and as part of the preparation we’ve been going through our stacks of read (and unread) magazines and figuring out which ones we still want to subscribe to.
We’re busily reading in preparation for an upcoming book review post as well as doing some research to answer a few questions submitted by some lovely Persephoneers, so we’re reaching back into our archives to find another one of our favorite “we take one for the team and see what happens when we follow magazine […]
We’ll be back to answer all your burning questions next week, but this week we take a look back at one of your favorite “we try it so you don’t have to” posts: taking Cosmo’s advice on incorporating candy into your sex.
Top o’ the noon to all of you! It’s Tuesday, so here we are again with today’s Lunchtime Poll. I thought I’d ask about our old friend Print Media.
Certain Cosmo sex tips have gained a level of infamy among people who enjoy poking fun at Cosmo sex tips. This week, we go there, where neither of us had gone before. That’s right, try to contain your excitement and horror: scrunchies.
We asked for bad sex advice, and you sent us some! Cosmo got one thing right – we had never used the treats they suggested in “Very Naughty Things to Do With Candy” during sex. That’s pretty much all they got right…
By now, you know that we love sex, and you may also know that we’re big nerds who love to read. So we jumped at the opportunity to get a sneak peek at the second issue of Salacious, a queer feminist sex magazine.
Good Day, Persephonites! If you weathered last night’s weather throughout the Midwest, I’d totally give you a cookie if I could.
In January, Bon AppÃ©tit, one of the classic magazines for foodies in the U.S., moved its operations from Los Angeles to New York and brought with it a brand new editor, Adam Rappoport. Prior to taking the helm at BA, Rappoport was the style editor for GQ magazine.
This week I set my DIY-sights on an unoffensive but extremely boring lamp shade that resides in my living room.