Perfume I got asked – why do we make perfumes (especially for women) out of sweet things we find tasty, like mango or apples, but not savoury things we find … Continue reading Thoughts for the Week: Fantasies, Prostitution & Perfume
Nye and Bilan, lived in the brothel’s attic room, long since out of business, the damp and mould having crept along too much of its smoke daubed walls. Now, instead … Continue reading ‘Meant to Be’ – Chapter from what they call silence
I’m a Hooker! The blog posting platform Medium has a useful reading statistics organisation. Unlike on WordPress, it differentiates between people who have clicked on your post, and those who … Continue reading I’m a Hooker! I’m a Sex Worker!
The prostitution debate has a curious texture to it. It is fervently and belligerently held, relies regularly on simplistic, narrow theorizing (and lets face it, basic ignorance), and encourages its … Continue reading How to be a Prude
Russell Brand, recovered Bon Vivant! and the-dark-side-of-Benny-Hill Lady Chaser, believes the 12 step program, as disseminated by Alcoholics Anonymous, is a fitting template for wider global change. The revolution, whatever … Continue reading My Four Steps Steps…To Partial Recovery
I like to try, these days, and make a differentiation between classical liberal feminists, who believe using social processes to obtain some murky concept of equality and liberty, and those … Continue reading Thoughts For the day: Isms
THE year is 2032. Britain is a vastly different place. You can now choose from 12, instead of four, sizes of recyclable mug at your local coffee house — which, … Continue reading 2032