If you’ve read Clutch over the past year and change that I’ve been here slaving away at my keyboard then you already know how much I love highlighting women who aren’t afraid to do their thing and pursue their goals.
From Issa Rae’s breakout hit Awkward Black Girl to Numa Perrier’s The Couple and The Number, Nneka’s soulful mix of Nigerian sounds and protest music to Philly’s own Santigold, I love women who throw caution to the wind and create. So when fellow Clutchette Arielle Loren announced that she was starting her own magazine focusing on women’s sexuality, I was stoked.
Loren’s mag, Corset, is a delicious mix of boundary-pushing photo spreads, thought-prokving articles, and pure sexiness. According to the mag’s website, Corset is “the go-to magazine for all things sexuality. Embracing human curiosity, restoring sensuality, and celebrating sex, CORSET delivers enlightening, empowering, educational, and entertaining content to readers ready to step beyond their comfort zones and uplift a necessary discourse.”
This latest edition of the mag focuses on orgasms: How to achieve one, how exercise can improve your sex life, and how tantra and your chakra can help you get off every single time. Good stuff, indeed.