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The Coloniality Chronicles – Part Two

Last month, I was finishing some edits on a piece about decolonising education. I explain how β€œhistorically, the British education system has neglected to meaningfully

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Guest Post: β€˜How Was It For You’

β€œSex education should feel like an exhilarating adventure rather than a boring lecture… We may be just beginning our education or filling the gaps at

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Omniphobia, noun, fear of everything

Here in England, we are beginning our slow return to how things were in the before times. And I’m scared. Not of the virus. But

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On writing realistic sex scenes

I’ve been writing erotica for 14 years, which is, in fact, longer than the length of time I’ve been having partnered sex. When I was

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Emotional wounds and literary clout

Yesterday, I turned 32. There’s nothing special about the age itself, but this year my birthday is significant, as I’m still celebrating my recent signing

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My new approach to dating

From July to October, while the COVID-19 restrictions had been relaxed in London, I was involved, to varying degrees, with seven different men. The dynamics