Category Archives: You say ‘sex’ like it’s a bad thing

I need to read a Zadie Smith next.

“Boys are just boys after all, but sometimes girls really seem to be the turn of a pale wrist, or the sudden jut of a hip, or a clutch of very dark hair falling across a freckled forehead. I’m not … Continue reading

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Of Shakespeare, cliches and sex

In a chance disagreement with an ex-(almost)friend, I proclaimed that some of Shakespeare’s lines are the most cliched phrases used. For example, ‘What’s in a name?’ or ‘Friends, Romans, Countrymen, lend me your ears…’. Hamlet is one of my favourite … Continue reading

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Did I hear you ask what I fear?

I dread having to pretend to want him. I dread having to pretend to want to fuck him. I dread having to make the first move, every single time. I dread having to lie there naked and coy, seduction personified, as proof of … Continue reading

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Power play

And a powerful quote on sex. ” It’s called fucking for a reason. I never wanted a boy afraid of breaking me, I want a man that will grab my flesh firmly and fuck me properly. ” – Cicciolina.

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#justsaying

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Make up your mind, woman! No, I don’t mean lipstick.

What’s with these ‘I’m happy to be a woman because…‘ forwards? On one hand you go around proclaiming you don’t need a guy to open your ketchup bottles and on the other, you are happy to be a woman because … Continue reading

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