Mon, 20th: ‘ I did steal it’ An ode to a 22 year old. Eliza Lawrence.
Thu, 16th: The Ultimate Interview by Melissa Gardens. MARK POWELL; TAILORING IN THE AGE OF SOCIAL MEDIA, AND THE IMPORTANCE OF A WOMAN IN A SUIT.
Sat, 4th: Space. ‘In the Nest’. A poem written by Imogen Rose Philips.
Fri, 13th: IS SEX REALLY THAT GREAT? A thought and opinion written by Shaz.
Thu, 12th: ODE TO A SHMUCK. Written and pictures by Bush Baby.
Wed, 13th: ‘This is a poem about being up your own arse’ . A poem, a rant and an interview all in one. Code name- Thomas Aquinas.
Tue, 5th: Special Poem. Message from a man to a boy. Chanderkiran Thakur.
Wed, 9th: LOVE AND SEX IN AN ONLINE WORLD. SEBASTIAN CRAY. A POEM.
Tue, 8th: LOVE AND SEX IN AN ONLINE WORLD. CARENZA HUCHE.
Thu, 3rd: SUMMER FLINGS. Eliza Lawrence.
Fri, 21st: BODY GIRL. Peter Jacquaye.
Tue, 18th: 1. WHO ARE WE ATTRACTED TO?. ‘A CLASSY WANK BANK’. Weekly Edition
Fri, 23rd: PAIN. ‘Moths’ poem and picture. Anonymous.
Mon, 12th: PAIN. Nettles. Anonymous.
Fri, 9th: PAIN. Poem by Toby Dexter.
Sun, 4th: PAIN. ‘THE OTHER SIDE OF YOUR PAIN’. INDIANA JEFFREYS
Sat, 20th: Pain. ‘Bliss, Kiss, Pain’. A poem written by Edward Meltzer.
Thu, 18th: Pain Rant. ‘You’ve been shit, mostly’. Anonymous
Wed, 17th: Ache. A sensitive poem by Erin Alexandra.
Fri, 12th: ‘THE WOMEN’S FRUIT’. Paintings by Emily (Pie) Herring. MUSE- Lia Chiarin.
Wed, 10th: PAIN. ‘Wanting. Enticing. Resisting. Hurting’. Anonymous. Someone very dear to me.
Sat, 6th: Pain, or an inch of it. ‘LOVE LINE’. A poem by Peter.
Tue, 2nd: PAIN. ‘A RANT’ By Eliza Lawrence. Written a while back..
Fri, 28th: ‘The Bed’, photographs by Martha Treves.
Wed, 26th: BED. POEM AND ILLUSTRATION BY HECTOR MACDONALD.
Mon, 20th: ‘THE LAST IMPRINT’ BY JAMES COCKYANE. No particular theme.
Mon, 13th: ‘THE OLDER WOMEN AND THE DIRTY BATHROOM FLOOR.’ STORY BY ANONYMOUS MAN.
Sat, 4th: ‘She touches me’. ANONYMOUS POEM. BY ANYNOMOUS.
Sat, 11th: IS SEX IMPORTANT ? POEM BY SELIN ATES.. ‘sex is wrong, go elsewhere’
Tue, 24th: DESIRE. Anonymous. Poem/ Rant. ‘Desire stretches to press pause’
Thu, 19th: NO SET TOPIC. Poem and illustration about frustrated love. Written by Kai Landolt.
Fri, 13th: Bodies. Photographs by Carina Harford.
Mon, 9th: DESIRE. ‘BODY LANGUAGE’. A piece by Sophie Lawrence.
Fri, 6th: MY DOG, MAUDE’S SEX LIFE. Not themed. By Eliza Lawrence.
Wed, 4th: BODIES. Your fire.. A poem.
Wed, 21st: BODIES. ‘SPINE’ by James.
Mon, 19th: BODIES. ‘THE MODERN WOMEN’ illustrated by Charlotte Smith.
Fri, 16th: BODIES. After bodies have touched. An illustration by Aggi Kenig.
Sun, 11th: MOMENTS AFTER. A poem perfectly suited to ‘was it good for you?’. RAFE JENNINGS.
Wed, 7th: TURN ME ON. ‘Man in the rubber glove’. By someone mysterious who sent this to me in the shadows.
Sun, 4th: THE EXPERIMENT. BECCY PHIPPS (THE EXPERIMENTER). Illustrations by Ellie Beale.
Wed, 16th: ‘Turn me on’. ‘Clearly you’ve never been to Singapore’. Story by Eliza Lawrence.
Tue, 15th: TURN ME ON. SUBMIT ANYTHING THAT TURNS YOU ON..
Mon, 14th: Morning after. William Eccles. A dedication to the man, Leonard that left this week to go somewhere else.
Mon, 7th: Special Monday Morning after delight. Song by Valentina Dunn.
Thu, 3rd: MORNING AFTER. SOPHIA DOWSON COLLINS. ‘Star Crossed Lovers’
Tue, 1st: MORNING AFTER. ”Thanks for a lovely night”. Sean x
Sun, 16th: MORNING AFTER. SPECIAL POEM WITH INTRODUCTION FROM CAROLINE ELMS.
Fri, 14th: MORNING AFTER. Selin Ates. Unashamed.
Fri, 14th: MORNING AFTER
Mon, 10th: FIRST TIMES. Imogen Philips. The paradise Garden.
Sun, 9th: FIRST TIMES. Tasha Jane Bishop. A simply amazing story from a inspirational women.
Sat, 8th: FIRST TIMES. Melissa Gardener. The importance of your first time.
Tue, 4th: VIDEO. ARON SHELEMY ON ‘GOING EXPLORING’ VIRGINITY.
Tue, 4th: FIRST TIMES. VERITY BROWN. RED NOSED VIRGINITY
Tue, 4th: FIRST TIMES. SELIN ATES. SELF POTRAIT.
Mon, 3rd: FIRST TIMES. VIDEO. AGNES KENIG. POWER OVER PARENTS.
Mon, 3rd: FIRST TIMES. VIDEO of Caroline Elms.
Mon, 3rd: FIRST TIMES. VIDEO… Moi talking about first tooth kiss.
Mon, 3rd: FIRST TIMES. VIDEO. SELIN ATES WHEN ASKED ‘WHAT DO YOU THINK OF WHEN I SAY FIRST TIME’ ? Can be any first time, kissing, feeling.
Mon, 3rd: FIRST TIMES. MIND OVER MATTER. INDIGO LEWIN
Mon, 3rd: FIRST TIMES. POEM
Mon, 3rd: FIRST TIMES. POEM. CAROLINE ELMS
Mon, 3rd: FIRST TIMES. CAVITY VIRGINTIY. ELIZA LAWRENCE ( MOI )
Mon, 3rd: FIRST TIMES. NETTLE BUSH VIRGINITY. Not wanting to be named.
Mon, 3rd: FIRST TIMES. Agnes Kenig. The language of virginity needs to change.