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BI-COASTAL : Sunny LA to brooding New York. Dressing up in shiny latex to taking off a simple bra. We've expanded our range, geographically and topically.

BI-COASTAL

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Stoya's Letter

Sunny LA to brooding New York. Dressing up in shiny latex to taking off a simple bra. We've expanded our range, geographically and topically.

Credits

Writer Ryan Keely

Photographer Steve Ronin

Los Angeles is a place.

Mitcz once told me something like a joke, about the LA highway system. We were talking about this one particular exit that was on the left side of the road. He described the civil engineers laying out the whole system very logically, having a party, getting wasted, and revising quite bizarrely..

Los Angeles is diverse.

Los Angeles is a series of cultural pockets, all patchworked together, spilling into each other and trading influences and elevating humanity.

Los Angeles remains--for now--the capital of US mainstream porn production. 

One of our favorite mainstream performers, Ryan Keely, graces our pages with her words and body. She writes about sex in LA, and is photographed by Steve Ronin in... you guessed it... LA.

Steve also photographed nude artist and porn performer Olive Glass, and contributes Instax images of one of my favorite humans, Charlotte Stokely.

Allan Amato continues exploring nude photography in a gallery with myself and Owen Gray. I was delighted to meet Owen in person, and Allan's work is consistently stunning. 

Speaking of delight and male performers, Mickey Mod joins me for a Los Angeles episode of Around the World in 80 Ways. I adore having sex with Mickey. With condoms, without condoms. In Europe, in North America. Tired, alert, cozy, vigorous. 

We've got a film review and a book review, both erotic, of course. Jesse Sage returns with an essay on the concept of empowerment, my friend Onur riffs on rock and roll, and I interview performer Sadie Lune and photographer Natasha Gornik.

The whole team hopes you enjoy it.


Best,

Stoya


Credits

Writer Ryan Keely

Photographer Steve Ronin

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