Are you familiar with Karley Sciortino? Maybe you've read the sex column she writes for Vogue.com. Or seen the video she made for Vice, in which Sciortino gets down with a male sex doll on camera. Or maybe it was the decidedly NC-17 episode of the Netflix series Easy, where she plays a prostitute. Sciortino's work bridges memoir, performance art, investigative journalism, social activism—and gifts her audience with an unwavering dedication to firsthand experience.
Sometimes people have sex in groups of three or four or more. So how the heck does consent work in, say, an orgy? When you consider just how many people say they’re interested in the idea of group sex: 95 percent of men and 87 percent of women reported multi-partner sex fantasies—it’s easy to see why this is an important issue to address.
The Mad Men and Good Girls star enjoys exploring female complexity. She portrays messy and heroic in every performance, even when it scares her. “That’s my goal every day: to tell my truth through someone’s script," she says. "And hopefully it touches someone else."