In his coffee-shop column this week, Carter Soe PZ ‘26 introduces Rev’d Up Coffee & Classics, where punk meets coffee.
For seniors, spring is a time for reflection: on friendships, on academics, and, for one TSL columnist, on dating dos and don’ts. Our sex columnist reminisces on walks of shame before walking the graduation stage.
Hey Claremont crushes, long time no see! Let’s be honest: first dates are terrifying. Without further ado, I bestow upon you a list I sometimes wish I had tattooed on my arm: 36 conversation-starting questions — each one individually tested and proven to start conversation — for fighting the first date fright.
Sex columnist Cross-Campus Pining debunks some common body taboos, explaining how embracing natural bodies doesn’t equal less enjoyable sex.
Sex columnist Sleepless on Sixth Street walks through the five factors that foster attraction and weighs the pros and cons of playing hard to get.
Reflecting on their first experience with the 5Cs’ queer scene, sex columnist Cross-Campus Pining explains that experimentation requires open communication.
Sex columnist Sleepless on Sixth Street reminisces on the highs and lows of three hookups from their freshman year of college.
There’s no way you can legitimately believe tops and bottoms are making an equal investment in any given sexual encounter.
The following events are, for better or for worse, absolutely true. I present to you five of the most peculiar sexual encounters of my life.
CW: Perceived negative relationship dynamics My parents’ opposing personalities frequently put them at odds with one another — something that can, in an oversimplified way, be seen as my dad often treating my mom horribly, but also loving her more than I have ever seen anybody love another person. My