Yes, She’s a Bitch

Is your mood controlled by hers? Is she almost always defensive? Does she get angry when you suggest she does something nice for you? Be honest, is there an imbalance in your relationship, where she’s doing the majority of the decision-making and you’re three years down the track without a fucking clue how this has … More Yes, She’s a Bitch

The Meet Market

I recently read a book titled, Dollars and Sex (Allen & Unwin) by Dr Marina Adshade and was intrigued by her market-driven summation of online dating. As someone who has had success with online dating, and seen others suffer in the labyrinth, the concept of seeing this option through an economic lens was edifying. Adshade proclaims that our checklist mentality is … More The Meet Market

An Aspergirl Indeed

If only I’d known she had Asperger’s. If only I’d understood her behaviour. If only I’d let her be herself. If only she’d been honest and brave. If only she knew how. If only. When Monique took a leap of faith and communicated her love for me, I fell for her words of affirmation. What … More An Aspergirl Indeed

Just Like My Father

As I get older I notice myself doing things my father does, and I hate it. Whether it be my speech, the way I eat my meal, or my complete lack of tolerance for bad drivers: I’m him. It’s unconscious. I don’t try to be like him, I just am. I have a particularly authoritarian … More Just Like My Father

He Ticks All the Boxes

Women have subscribed to an objective checklist mentality to dating. It’s no longer enough for a relationship to grow organically. Men are judged by a set of intangible attributes – a mental code of must haves – before a single glance or word has been exchanged. Admit it, you’ve heard that cringeworthy phrase, “He ticked … More He Ticks All the Boxes

The New Ten-pound Pom

If you’ve been dating recently, you’d have met a British bachelorette. I’ve dated a few in my time, and all seemed lovely on the first date. For them, we’re a novelty. British gals have flooded Sydney; all of our major cities. Promised a better life in Australia, they’ve set their expectations of Australian men very … More The New Ten-pound Pom

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