Monday, January 26

but is it art

Tom sent me this today which led me to this.
Whether a novel about a women's sexual experience with her hemorrhoids is a 'taboo-breaking' journey in fetishism or just a pile of shit is irrelevant to me at the moment (will read and report), but what I'm interested in is why everyone's bandying the word 'feminist' around?

That's attractive dear...

Friday, January 23

lonely hearts

the column got a whole lot of response that i guess i was actually surprised about.

although i'm always a little wary of men who claim their wives aren't putting out enough, i gotta say that i felt genuine angst from some of the male readers - guys who love their wives but simply aren't getting any lovin' despite real efforts to make it work.

It got me wondering where all the loving goes after a few years of being in a monogamous relationship. are their wives simply not interested in sleeping with their partners anymore? did their sex drive disappear with kids and mortage payments and early onset menopause? or are we simply not engineered to be faithful to one partner for an extended period of time?

Thursday, January 22

W24 - Defending The Other Woman

Dorothy Black is taken aback by wives and girlfriends who point a guilty finger at the mistress. And the mistress only

The other night, over sushi, Lady Lou dropped a little bombshell between the ginger and the nigiri...

'I saw him again.'

I almost choked on my saki.

You see, 'him' is Frankenfuck, my pet name for the married man she had eventually decided to stop seeing after two years of a discreet affair. But he was back. Manstrosities never know when to quit while they're ahead. read more...

When i came back to south africa after a few years abroad, i was really surprised at how many people were shoving copious amounts of blow up their noses each week and how many people had affairs.

thing is, i'm not so sure it's natural being monogamous but i think i'm still too old-fashioned and socialised not to be hurt by it.

Friday, January 9

W24 - Miss K's designer vagina

Dorothy Black thinks there's a fine line between beautification and butchering when it comes to the designer vagina

'In with the out and new with the old!' declared Miss K to us around the New Year's table the other day. She was talking about her vagina. Or rather more specifically, her labia. This was her New Year's gift to herself – labiaplasty. read more...

Sparky sent me this after he'd read the column. Very funny. Or not.

Couldn't bring myself to upload images but we are a very odd species.

I have profound thoughts that I'm too lazy to type about now. Still need to get connected at home but STILL can't make up my mind about how...