Nymphomaniac? It’s Like Nothing You’ve Ever Seen Before
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Nymphomaniac? It’s Like Nothing You’ve Ever Seen Before

On Saturday, I joined thousands of avid cinema fans all across the country for a back-to-back debut screening of the brand new Lars Von Trier film Nymphomaniac. The entire event lasted just under six hours – it included a live introduction from London and a post screening Q&A session – so it was a feature … Continue reading

How To Be A Woman (Who Can’t Stop Thinking About Fucking)
Feminism / Relationships / Sex / Sexuality

How To Be A Woman (Who Can’t Stop Thinking About Fucking)

Despite my ardent and enthusiastic feminism, I’ve only just read the remarkable Fear Of Flying by Erica Jong. It was first published in Britain in 1974, but it remains one of the most searingly honest depictions of womanhood that has ever been written. I’m naturally very suspicious of feminist literature written before the 90s – … Continue reading

Tom Daley Admits To Dating A Man, So The Whole World Screams Gay
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Tom Daley Admits To Dating A Man, So The Whole World Screams Gay

This afternoon, British Olympic diver Tom Daley made an announcement. It wasn’t ostentatious or showy, it wasn’t designed to silence dogged rumours, or further his own celebrity. It was startlingly plain and unadorned – two words that don’t usually apply to the perma-tanned nineteen year old. He didn’t weep or turn on the amateur dramatics. … Continue reading

Is The Male Feminist Nothing But An Oxymoron?
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Is The Male Feminist Nothing But An Oxymoron?

Male feminist – two words that don’t look, sound, seem or feel like they should be spoken together. Surely, putting these two words together creates a vicious oxymoron. It could even be argued that these two words are direct opposites of one another, that they should never be spoken together. It’s not true, but it’s … Continue reading