Finding My New Place In The Crowd

It doesn’t feel like that long ago that Steph and I were considered the strange misfits among everyone we knew for being non-monogamous, but on the other hand, yeah ok, it sort of does. If 2014 still has us living in a society where we have so many backwards thinkers wandering around wreaking havoc, then 2006, when we . . . → Read More: Finding My New Place In The Crowd

Four of Hearts

A few years ago a friend of mine put me in touch with (my now friend) Eric Haywood, who was, at the time, working on a movie called Four of Hearts about four people, one open marriage, and a foursome that changed everything. (Sorry, that totally sounded like a pitch!)

Eric really wanted . . . → Read More: Four of Hearts

Sexy Casting Call

Hey guys, a sexy TV show is doing some casting in Toronto and the production company has asked me to help find them some brave and interesting people of all genders and sexualities to join their cast of characters and do some fun things on camera (end of August to mid September.)

I’m meeting with . . . → Read More: Sexy Casting Call

“I’m a feminist who enjoys being dominated during sex. Help!” – My response

Continuing the theme of me responding to recent Globe & Mail sex questions, I’ve foolishly decided to tackle one about feminism and BDSM. While I consider myself both a feminist and a submissive woman, there are so many angles to consider when writing a kink related piece that I’m not certain I’ll be able to . . . → Read More: “I’m a feminist who enjoys being dominated during sex. Help!” – My response

“My husband hates my sex toy. What do I do?” – MY response

I don’t normally have such strong reactions to stories about masturbation, but a recent column from the Globe & Mail filled me with rage. Her answer to the readers’ below question bordered on ridiculous. While I’m all for people having their own opinions on sexuality, if people are paying you to have an opinion you . . . → Read More: “My husband hates my sex toy. What do I do?” – MY response

So, I Wrote a Book

It’s all a bit of a dream to me now. I crossed “Write a Book” off my bucket list a few weeks ago and now I’m starting to settle into whatever my new reality is going to be. To say that the last few months of getting it all done were the hardest months of . . . → Read More: So, I Wrote a Book

Lessons Learned from Month One

It would be a lie if I said that the book is on schedule. I want to be finished by March, but I’d also accept April or May, so perhaps I’m not doing as badly as it feels right now. This first month of full time “booking” has not been without its challenges or distractions, . . . → Read More: Lessons Learned from Month One

Sex Without Borders: Public Response

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

My Christmas Evolution: Why I’m a gift giving cynic

If you’re lucky, Christmas can be a wonderful time of the year. It’s the farthest right on the yearly calendar, that time to hopefully relax before we hit the typewriter key, bringing us back to January’s left. There’s no denying that Christmas as an adult ranks on a completely different scale as it does when . . . → Read More: My Christmas Evolution: Why I’m a gift giving cynic

The Everything to do with Sex Show: Mainstream’s Alright With Me

When the Everything to do With Sex Show asked me to participate in social outreach for their event on November 2-4, I can’t lie, I was hesitant. Just one week after theirs, I am pouring my heart and soul into my own sexuality conference happening November 9-11, Playground 2012. It seemed strange to be promoting . . . → Read More: The Everything to do with Sex Show: Mainstream’s Alright With Me