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The grey itself

Mutuality was not present that night.

Control

The paleness of your legs made them vulnerable in the light that shone in from his bedroom window.

Staying sex-positive during a global pandemic

The Coronavirus pandemic, of which the far-reaching consequences will not be fully appreciated for many years, has seen a short-term shift from young people...

A Literary History of the F**kboy

The narrative of resistance and domination in relationships has been the recourse of storytellers since pre-Christian times, with the same lurid, visceral quality evident in Greek myth as in the modern trend of disturbingly violent porn. Yet these primal, animalistic tropes of female subjugation now exist in a ‘civilised’ society, whose vernacular is one of #TimesUp, sex positivity and high-street feminism.

Lady Pat. R. Honising – BJ or BJs?

Dear Agony Aunt, I’ve come across a bit of a crisis and I don’t know what to do. I’ve recently started seeing a boy and...

In Defence of Excess

"You feel attacked, but you also feel seen – and really, is that not one of the most important things people look for when watching a film – to feel seen? "

‘Just Good Friends’

Is it possible to be Friends with Benefits and it not end in tears? Here's how to keep your heart safe.

Let’s Talk About: Incels

A brief guide to the alt-right's answer to a lonely hearts club

Life Divided: Dating App or Dating Crap?

Does Tinder hinder human interactions? Does Bumble fumble with how we find a sexual partner? Anna Lewis and Samuel Juniper debate just this

Letter to: My Freshers’ Week Fling

“It started out with a kiss, how did it end up like this?” to quote Brandon Flowers. And by “like this” I mean us...

Lysistrata Review – ‘some over-directing vitiates a few performances’

Katie Sayer's anticipation of Oriel Classics Society's interpretation of a bizarre Greek comedy turns out to be a tragedy

Oxford ranked best student city for long-distance lovers

New research suggests students are only willing to spend £20 on a regular journey to visit a significant other

Revealed: 80s freshers’ introduction to sex

The Little Blue Book gave first-year students information and advice about sexuality, contraception, and STDs

Our prudish British culture means the death of good sex

The UK’s approach to sex education is dated and dangerous

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