Lovers

Enjoying Sex, In Fiction

Richard Masefield | Posted 29.10.2014 | UK Entertainment
Richard Masefield

Our sexuality is naturally (and I do mean naturally) a part of what we are. So fiction has to deal with it in one way or another (and I do mean one way or another). The spinsterly Jane Austen hints of 'intimate attachments'. Charlotte Brontë permits Jane Eyre more freedom of expression with her 'bone of his bone and flesh of his flesh' allusion to intercourse with Mr Rochester.

Dropping the Wife Bomb

Nicola Six | Posted 10.02.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Nicola Six

So much has happened lately I don't really know where to start. I've almost been sliced clean in two by a falling window pane, I've been threatened by a lesbian who thought I was hitting on her girlfriend and I've been effectively kidnapped, twice.

Don't Touch That Phone: Ex-Lover App Guarantees Grave Drunken Dial Consequences

Huffington Post UK | Sara C Nelson | Posted 05.07.2012 | UK

We've all been there. Moping over the one who got away. Sleep walking through life, remembering all those great times. Bursting into tears at the ...

Sugar Daddies: A Decent Replacement for the Old-Fashioned Lover

Helen Croydon | Posted 28.07.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Helen Croydon

It's an odd sight for a Sunday night - a sea of women in cocktail dresses and vertiginous heels sipping champagne in a boutique hotel bar dipping marshmallows into a chocolate fountain.

A Third Of Mums Believe They're No Longer Attractive To Their Partner

The Huffington Post UK | Georgia James | Posted 01.12.2011 | UK Lifestyle

More than three-quarters of mothers have less sex than they did before they had a baby, while a third believe their partner no longer finds them attra...