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‘Doctor Voluptua’ Is the Psychiatrist who Treats the World’s Most Bizarre Sexual Problems [Sex]


I don't envy sex therapists. Navigating the maze between the emotional and physical issues that go into sexual arousal has got to be tricky -- and it's even worse when you throw in the difficulty of talking to your patients about their most intimate problems...

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Art and Superheroines: Psylocke as Drawn by Greg Land vs. Jerome Opena


We got a big response to my last piece on sexualization in superhero art, and I'm back today with another look at the same premise: that comics art tells a story, and on a certain level, you can judge it according to how well it tells the story it's trying to tell...

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‘Small Favors': A Girly Porno Comic about a Woman in Love with her Conscience [Sex]


Good erotica should make you want to reach under the covers when you read it, and warm yourself up to the level of the acrobatic characters on the page. Great erotica should leave you in a happy post-pornographic glow, filled with thoughts about how fun and loving sex can be...

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‘Stuff About Sex': Preview the Top Shelf Digital-Only Sex Ed Comic for Young Men [Sex]


How does a 26-page black and white digital-only comic by a smaller indie publisher like Top Shelf find itself on the ComiXology bestseller list, sandwiched between Avenging Spider-Man and the New 52 reboot of Batman...

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Ross Campbell Talks Curvy Girls, Sexy Boys And Warrior Women [Sex]


When ComicsAlliance first decided to devote a February fortnight to highlighting great sexy comics and the great artists who produce them, Ross Campbell was the first creator I thought of. Not only has the cartoonist a master of the female form, he's also one of the few artists who celebrates that form in the myriad of ways it appears in reality, from the curvy girls of his Wet Moon graphic novel series to the steamy sexpots of The Abandoned and Water Baby to the formidable warriors of Mountain Girl and his brilliant redesign of Rob Liefeld's Glory...

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Everything You Ever Wanted to Learn About Sex from Webcomics (But Were Afraid to Ask)


At first glance, Danielle Corsetto's webcomic Girls with Slingshots seems like an unlikely place to find a little sex ed. Although it's always been a bit more on the adult side, with its tequila-induced hallucinatory houseplants and near-apocalypse caused by shortage of vibrator-powering AA batteries, GWS is one of webcomics' closest successors to the syndicated newspaper comic...

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The Honesty of Exploitation: Sex in the Art of Milo Manara [Sex]


In discussions about the great living cartoonists, the name Milo Manara is rarely bandied about, a state of affairs that is both impossible to believe and very easy to explain. Manara is a comics artist of uncommon ability, a master of linework and layout, whose storytelling chops deserve to be mentioned in the same breath as those of Kirby, Crumb, Toth, Moebius, or anyone else you'd put in that same grouping...

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Parting Shot: The Scott Pilgrim Cast Strikes Pin-Up Poses in a Bryan Lee O’Malley Valentine


Belated Valentine's Day sexiness from the Tumblr of Scott Pilgrim creator Bryan Lee O'Malley, with Ramona, Kim Pine, Lisa Miller, and Wallace Wells in pin-up poses.

Art and Superheroines: When Over-Sexualization Kills the Story [Sex]


A common problem for cape comics is what is best termed an out-of-proportion amount of sexualized art. It probably has its roots in superheroes as a power fantasy for boys, and it follows logically, if a bit sadly, that women would be portrayed as the ideal sexual partner, rather than an objectively idealized character...

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‘Curvy’ Takes a Sex Tour of the Candy and Pirate-Filled Multiverse [Sex]


The first chapter Sylvan Migdal's NSFW webcomic Curvy reveals something I've long suspected: we live in Boring World. Out in the multiverse, there are dozens of worlds, each with a different theme -- Candy World, Pirate World, Superhero World -- and we're stuck in this ordinary world where vegetables are good for you and kids can't become mermaids when they grow up...

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