Every time I agree to a new very public appearance about my personal life I have to question my sanity. With the recent Toronto Life article in their February 2013 sex issue, I’m re-evaluating my position on a few things related to my now – even more public – persona.
I am sort of . . . → Read More: Sex Without Borders: Public Response
I was interviewed recently by Sexy Typewriter about my open relationship. Or so I thought. If you’re reading this and you’re not a Facebook or Twitter friendly, it’s highly likely that you linked to me from the Toronto Sun’s website. Or the Edmonton Sun … or one of the many Suns across Canada (apparently what . . . → Read More: Ohai Stake Burners …
When I first had the idea for Playground around the end of last summer, I had a lot more time on my hands. I had quit my job a few months prior to finish working on my non-monogamy guide book – which I promise to finish sooooon – and had seemingly all the time . . . → Read More: Why Playground? Why Now?
My wedding ring and I have a strange relationship. When I’m at home, I often pay it no attention, abandoning it on a random shelf as soon as I walk in the door. It never sleeps with me or sees me naked. I won’t let it eat at the dinner table and it certainly . . . → Read More: One ring to rule me
I really like the concept of ‘community’ in theory. I know there are countless people out there who have felt lost, alone, strange, weird, etc. until they stumbled upon a group of like-minded souls. Kindred spirits who would embrace them into their circle with open arms. “You no longer have to feel alone”, they might . . . → Read More: All-inclusive: Not just for margaritas
“I don’t care which way you swing, Samantha, as long as you’re honest.”
I will always remember my mum telling me those words in our kitchen when I was about 15. I don’t think we were talking about anything serious at the time but for some reason I held onto that knowledge – that my . . . → Read More: I’m Here. I’m … ?
Exploring the pros & cons of anonymity
I am very proud of the panel I’ve put together for Aprils’ Momentum conference. Faced with the challenge of running a very personal blog that features both helpful pieces and my own dating stories, anonymity is something that I deal with on a regular basis.
. . . → Read More: Who is SexyKitty69?
Recently, while analyzing my place in the sex+relationships blogosphere, I came to a realization: I am not a sex blogger. I might discuss a lot of things related to sex, but sexuality is more my bag, baby. My old, private blog used to be very detailed; I would talk about bits and . . . → Read More: I Am Not A Sex Blogger
On October 20, GLAAD and the Spirit Day Facebook group are asking you to wear purple. Spirit Day was created to honor LGBT youth who feel that life is not worth living due to the hate, bullying, and cruelty they face daily.
Bringing together people across the world to rally behind a cause is certainly . . . → Read More: More Than The Color Purple
It’s easy to join a dating site and list yourself as bisexual. There’s no rule that says what that has to mean – and there shouldn’t be. You might be open to kissing girls. You might be open to dating them just as you would guys.
It’s hard for me to say if I was . . . → Read More: Bisexuality: My Story