Prize Draw: Moments that Mattered

When I was a child, I was always the academic one. I loved school and genuinely enjoyed my lessons. My only life plan was to do A-levels and then go to university as I couldn't really imagine spending my days doing something other than learning. My younger sister was very different to me in those... Continue Reading →

Get your kicks on Route 66

I know many of you may disagree with me, but I think Grease is an amazing movie. It captured my heart as a child with the songs, the dancing, the friendships and the fashions, but it retained its special place in my affections after I grew up. Why? Because it has so many sub-plots that... Continue Reading →

The A-to-Z of Sex Toys: XYZ

With the help of the lovely ladies at Lovehoney, I have begun to discover that there is a sex toy for every bit of fun you can think of, and a whole load more that you can't. Each week I shall look at a different category of sex toys but, like my last A-to-Z, they... Continue Reading →

Competition Time: Over 18s only!

Today sees the third and final competition in my clearing-out-the-flat series, and the prize this time is rather smutty indeed. This little parcel of goodies will contain a copy of Tracy Cox's "100 Hot Sex Positions", which I reviewed for BitchBuzz last year. Even if you're not one for working your way through many sexual... Continue Reading →

Competition Time: Vintage goodies

It's time for the second of my clear out giveaways, and today's prize might be useful to those of you with an interest in vintage fashion. The main part of this prize is a fantastic book called "1940s Hairstyles" by Daniela Turudich that has a great step-by-step guide to recreating loads of vintage looks. I... Continue Reading →

Queering the Fantastic

Last summer I helped found an international gay book prize in my lunch hour. My Mum had a right go at me for it. The Green Carnation Prize for modern writing by gay men had a fantastic shortlist, if I do say so myself. Three debut novelists and two established writers - ranging from 1950s... Continue Reading →

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