Every year, Time, an American magazine which passes unnoticed by the world for 364 days of the year gets its moment in the sun by announcing the “person of the … Continue reading
In a small bookshop on Shudehill in Manchester sometime in the 80s I picked up a thick, leather bound tome, the size of a ledger. Inside was a bound collection … Continue reading
Why the awkward, slightly clickbaity conjunction in the title? Castro is dead, and Mair is imprisoned until death for the murder of Jo Cox. That’s not enough reason to pair … Continue reading
Content note for police violence in a picture two thirds of the way through this piece The death of Fidel Castro has proved that where 3 members of the left … Continue reading
There’s been plenty written about the way the Met Police are addressing sex work at the moment. There’s a great article by Frankie Mullin here. I don’t disagree with anything … Continue reading
Not by us, but by a great family law transparency project; here.
In a galaxy far, far away two people started writing about their sex lives, with a focus on the sex between them, which played with power and desire. Neither believed … Continue reading
Watching Obama shake hands with President-Elect Trump today was a study in self-control. With all the class and grace that has been the hallmark of his presidency (even when he’s … Continue reading