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Priscilla Frank

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Past articles by Priscilla:

Tomi Ungerer Has Died, But His Frog-Centric Sex Bible Will Live Forever

Remembering the time the children's author and erotic illustrator responded to a mob of prudish librarians with a well-placed F-bomb. → Read More

Why The Satirical Slasher 'Velvet Buzzsaw' Has The Art World Screaming

Dan Gilroy's Netflix movie, starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Toni Collette, has inspired divisive reactions in the gallery scene. Are people humorless, or is... → Read More

We're Trapped Inside Netflix's 'Russian Doll'

Despite all the comparisons the tripped-out dramedy from Natasha Lyonne and Amy Poehler inevitably evokes, it’s like nothing we’ve ever seen before. → Read More

The Maniacal Costume Designer Behind 'The Masked Singer' Speaks

Marina Toybina has designed costumes for everyone from Taylor Swift to Pineapple. → Read More

How Do You Choreograph A Teen Sex Scene On TV? Start With Animal Mating Rituals.

On the set of Netflix's "Sex Education," an intimacy coordinator helped ensure a safe environment for the young actors performing unapologetic sexuality. → Read More

With The Arrival Of 'Fyre,' The Netflix vs. Hulu Documentary Feud Continues

The two companies have submitted to the very social media culture their films attempt to critique. → Read More

Finally, TV Dares To Represent Women Who Wank On Their Bellies

Belly masturbators, back jackers, pillow humpers and blow-dryer fetishists: Netflix's “Sex Education” sees you all. → Read More

Misogynoir, Celebrity Worship Made The Media Botch Reporting On R.Kelly-Aaliyah 'Marriage'

Early reports from entertainment journalists and observers show how critics who are fans can miss the mark. → Read More

'The Masked Singer' Is Great Content For Furries, Hellish Nightmare For Everyone Else

The year 2018 was a surreal freak show of epic proportions. But with Fox's latest reality singing competition show, 2019 boldly says “hold my mask.” → Read More

And The Best Romantic Comedy Of All Time Is...

We asked HuffPost readers to vote on the rom-com to beat all other rom-coms, and the results are finally in. → Read More

And The Best Romantic Comedy Of All Time Is...

We asked HuffPost readers to vote on the rom-com to beat all other rom-coms, and the results are finally in. → Read More

Is 'The Break-Up' A Romantic Comedy? A Debate.

When is a rom-com just a comedy about two sad people destroying each other’s lives? → Read More

An Interview With The Married Couple Behind 'Simply Irresistible,' The Cinematic Aphrodisiac The '90s Forgot

How did such a beautiful disaster get created? I reached out to writer Judith Roberts and director Mark Tarlov, who are married, to find out. → Read More

Elsie Fisher Loves Conspiracy Theories, Is Ready To Pay Taxes, Is Definitely Cooler Than Most Of Us

The 15-year-old star, who just received a Golden Globe nomination for her role as an awkward teen in "Eighth Grade," hydrates like she's an adult. → Read More

Inside The Nesting Doll Fandom Of 'My Favorite Murder'

A podcast about true crime birthed one of the most obsessive fandoms on the internet. And then parts of that fandom left the podcast behind. → Read More

Go See 'The Favourite,' You Corny-Faced Blunderbuss

The 18th century period piece, starring Olivia Colman, Rachel Weisz and Emma Stone, is a gorgeous ode to scammers and queens. → Read More

The Story Behind Degas' 'Little Dancer' Is Disturbing, But Not In The Way You Expect

What happened between Edgar Degas and his 14-year-old subject, Marie van Goethem? Writer Camille Laurens conducted years of research to find out. → Read More

Once Too F**ked Up For Feminists, Comic Legend Julie Doucet Has Found Her Fans

When she started her series of semiautobiographical comics, “Dirty Plotte," in 1988, her work was so profane, feminist bookstores wouldn’t touch it. → Read More

Netflix's 'The Holiday Calendar' Is Even More Enjoyably Mediocre Than 'A Christmas Prince'

The latest streaming holiday flick is your classic boy-meets-girl, girl-gets-magic-calendar tale. → Read More

There Were Zero Better Things This Week Than Ezra Miller's Dementor Chic Red Carpet Look

Except for maybe white people failing to start a new city because of The Cheesecake Factory (and racism). → Read More