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Taking the concept of ‘first time’ to a new level…

It’s a first for The Virginity Project and I’m surprised it’s taken this long. Today’s story comes from a man who was born a woman. Throw the prospect of virginity loss into the mix and there’s an interesting, if poignant story. As if losing virginity by itself were not complicated enough…I wish ‘Adrian’ the very best on a big journey of discovery.

On another – not unrelated – note, The Guardian runs a feature I wrote today on the subject of people who ‘have not found love’. When I was first offered the commission, I almost turned it down [...]

‘Get your rosaries off my ovaries’

Where to begin with today’s story? Well, it’s a Virginity Project first for a start. The first person I have encountered who had a legitimate reason to worry about ‘dying a virgin’. Rachel had boxed ‘two rounds with cancer’ by the time she was 20. That puts things into perspective right?

She also makes some timely insights into American life on the eve of the American election. The Virginity Project tries to stay out of politics but at the same time cannot help praying that the American Republican Taliban do not win Tuesday’s election. I am sick to the back [...]

Party like its 19 2012

Oh my lord, I’m bored. Of this story. Not just this story specifically but the entire energetic balance of this debacle. You’d think Kristen Stewart was the first and only 22 year old woman in the world ever to make a mistake. I’m not suggesting we all go out and have an affair with a married man. It’s not funny or cool or nice for the people who are involved. But strangely, most people do not set out to maliciously hurt people when they embark on such actions.

Yes, if you live in the public eye, you must ‘die’ in [...]

Twenty-three

One goes about life. One browses the Internet; one sees things and hears stuff. Sometimes one finds something hilarious or touching and one wants to find a way to work it into a post but can’t quite find a way how and so one set’s oneself the challenge of segueing something random into one of your stories.

I’ve often wondered why the scent of pine trees is so much better at night. I lead a physical life but like most people, I lead an olfactory one too. Smells are like a memory bank and the smell of pine takes me [...]

All is fair in love and war?

I can’t deny as I walked around the new Yoko Ono exhibit in London this week that I had no idea how much she had accomplished as an artist way before John Lennon came on the scene. ‘Never mind Yoko Ono wrecking the Beatle’s career’, as someone noted recently, ‘the Beatles wrecked Yoko Ono’s career’. But no one mentions that because the Beatles were seen as a more significant force at the time. Which for some reason leads me to an exchange I had recently with a young man that I struggle to present to you.

It’s tricky when you [...]

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