My review of Dublin street performer GerryCo101 for Music Review Unsigned. Two out of six stars.
For many, oral sex is the best part of a sexual encounter. But sometimes it can be a bit intimidating. Read about what I was surprised to learn about myself at a sexual empowerment workshop on the Good Vibrations Blog.
I’m super excited to have had a piece published on Thought Catalog, the wisdom-filled, twenty-something digital bible! Read it here.
I’m co-founding a Dublin chapter of Hollaback!, an international movement designed to fight the street harassment (cat-calls, groping, lewd comments, scare tactics, etc.) of women and LGBT individuals. And there’s an article about us in today’s Sunday Times! The site officially launches November 19 and our badass launch party will be November 20, but you can see a sneak peak now at dublin.ihollaback.org.
Do all women fake orgasms? What are the implications of an attitude that favours boosting your partner’s ego over pursuing real pleasure? Read my thoughts on the Good Vibrations Blog.
Is it just me, or does Halloween equal the season to get laid? I discuss the effect donning a costume can have on releasing your inhibitions in my latest post on the Good Vibrations Blog.
Nadine Carina uses her cat as an instrument on her new EP, Little Bits. Read what I thought about it here on Music Review Unsigned.
In my latest post on the Good Vibrations Blog, I share how I came to discover I like being choked, and how it can hard to ask for what you want if you haven’t experienced what you don’t want.
My interview with E, the male half of the UK pop due Cushh, is on pages 16 and 17 of the October issue of Music Review Unsigned. After taking two years out to work on their fashion line, he tells me about shifting their energies to their forthcoming CD.
What’s the difference between moaning and screaming? In my latest post on the Good Vibrations Blog, I examine the things we do to mask our discomfort during sex.