Oprah and Maya Angelou almost always know what’s best and they don’t want you to complain about San Francisco anymore. Here’s why. I get it. There are a lot of things that suck about San Francisco. Hoards of tech bros roam the streets performing awkward bromantic gestures towards each other. The gentrification shit
LA and the San Fernando Valley didn’t used to be the capital of the porn industry. It used to be San Francisco, back when porn movies were real movies shot on real film and shown in, well, “real” theaters. San Francisco was the first city in the US to show
I am extremely excited to announce the release of The Delicious Card! Delicious cardholders get awesome deals at over 30 of your favorite SF eateries! Membership is a great way to explore new places, support local businesses, and support local journalism.
Be sure to check out our Marriage 2.0 giveaway at the end of this piece. The ‘Citizen Kane’ of porn has finally arrived, and has its theatrical premiere at the Victoria Theatre on May 2. ‘Marriage 2.0’ is a groundbreaking new intellectual porn flick examining the polyamory relationship model
Thursday 8pm Doors, $15, 124 Columbus Ave @ Doc’s Lab! Our guests for this episode are DOPE! They include: – Carol Queen (Sexologist and Sociologist) – Michelle Tea (Author and Poet) – Hermione Way (Reality TV Star & New Media Journalist) – Musical Guest: Sambaxé Dance-Company – House band MegaFlame
The newly released book “Polly” is a true ‘memoir for the boudoir’, detailing the fast times, debauched morals and life story of Kinky Salon and the creative superstar behind San Francisco’s favorite and longest-lasting sex party. The book rolls out Sunday night at the Center for Sex and Culture event Sex
This is either ice cream or a vibrator – we’re not sure. Yupyupyup. You’ve read that correct. Who knew that you’d wake up today and find out that all your dreams were about to come true. Courtesy of your Fairy Godmother, er.. Good Vibrations: “the Pop-up Dildo Shop and Ice