The Normalcy of Perverse Thoughts

There is no human jurisdiction on the mind. We are morally, ethically and lawfully bound by rules in society. However, inside ourselves, our thoughts are not seen or heard without confession. Throughout history, and particularly in religious brethren, the idea of perverse sexual thoughts and acts have been widely condemned. But what if the thoughts are … More The Normalcy of Perverse Thoughts

LAID BARE: Review

FEATURE – BOOK REVIEW Editor’s Pick What a fool believes, he sees. Jesse Fink, author of LAID BARE: One Man’s Story of Sex, Love and Other Disorders was a fool. A fool for love for really quite a long time. In truth, he probably always will be. And after much soul searching – through the … More LAID BARE: Review

Word to the Wise

I have been lucky enough to have lived in several different countries and been exposed to a plethora of different cultures. I am by no means an expert, but I feel I can impart the following knowledge with the benefit of experience and my catalogue of friends, acquaintances and random idiots. Here it goes: Don’t … More Word to the Wise

A Dreaded Evening

People go to another city where nobody knows them, or knows their family. They don’t know about the time you called your teacher “Mum”, or the time you drank a two litre bottle of cider in the park and “had an accident”. You can change your accent, or shake off unwanted nicknames. It was Boxing … More A Dreaded Evening

Who Said a Woman Can’t Have Sex Like a Man?

FEMALE FEATURE Sybarite is our Features Writer from London, UK On a breezy Friday night in London, two best friends meet for drinks to celebrate our friend’s 30th at a high-class private club in Mayfair. Non-hookers welcomed. Obviously. Obligatory birthday pleasantries out of the way, we acquainted ourselves with couple after couple, Single Boring Male after … More Who Said a Woman Can’t Have Sex Like a Man?