Tag: Taboo

“Nothing human disgusts me”

“Nothing human disgusts me”

| May 1, 2012 | 1 Comment

I absolutely loved the 1964 film, Night of the Iguana, based on the Tennessee Williams play of the same name.  I thought it was a fine example of storytelling and filmmaking, an exploration of fascinating characters with beautiful performances from the cast particularly the powerful Richard Burton and the breathtakingly beautiful and talented Ava Gardener.  […]

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St Lucia: Of Cabbage & Kings

St Lucia: Of Cabbage & Kings

| October 28, 2011 | 0 Comments

A Rally With Something to Celebrate They milled around, jostling each other for space, filling completely – and even to overflowing – the vast open space where they had assembled. And they all wore tee-shirts … one wondered whence came the funds to purchase and print so many tee-shirts. Some waved flags – thousands and […]

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A Cougar’s Call…

A Cougar’s Call…

| October 9, 2011 | 0 Comments

Age is no more than a number. This is one of the oldest clichés and for some it may prove to be true. Historically, it has never been an issue for older men and younger women in a relationship. In fact, it is the norm in some societies. On the other hand, it has always […]

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Friends with benefits: Is sex becoming a Cliché?

Friends with benefits: Is sex becoming a Cliché?

| August 29, 2011 | 0 Comments

The practice of having sex with someone, but only remaining friends with them is becoming very popular. Thus, is it that sex is getting so irrelevant that two people can just ‘do it’ with no strings attached? Are we saying that sex is now becoming more of a physical action than an emotional connection or […]

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