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Public Relations: My Experience as a Sex Worker in Love

May 21, 2012


Kitty StrykerSex worker, activist with SWOP, blogger and general rabble-rouserPosted: 05/17/2012 “So what do you do?” is a question I used to get asked a lot at the pub in London. Generally, I sized the person up and decided how far up the exposure scale I wanted to go. (If you’re curious, my answers, from […]

Among the asexuals

February 27, 2012


In a society obsessed with sex, it’s hard if you have no sexual desire at all. Some are searching for a new form of intimacy Rosie Swash The Observer, Sunday 26 February 2012 No sex please…: student Mary Kame Ginoza, 19, and David Jay, 29, the asexuality movement’s poster boy. Photograph: Alyson Aliano “OK,” writes […]

Intimacy Intensifies in Women’s ‘Second Adulthood’

January 8, 2012


By Suzanne Braun LevineWeNews guest authorSunday, January 8, 2012 Despite conventional wisdom dictating that intimacy ends at midlife for women, Suzanne Braun Levine says this is untrue in her new book “How We Love Now.” In this except, she describes how love actually changes and deepens. (WOMENSENEWS)–Being in love knows no age limits. The kinds […]