October 2014

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Early this year I was a part of a group exhibition in Melbourne and here in Sydney called “Company of Men”. Even after all the dramas of my prints being lost in transit by the courier company, I’m taking the plunge again and being a part of it early next year. I did a shoot today specifically for the exhibition and it’s a bit of a departure from what I’ve been doing lately and anything I’ve done in the past but I think it’s still quite me.

The exhibition is an opportunity to do something a bit different as it’s all queer artists and they are some bold artists. Last year aussie porn model Rogan Richards was doing performance installations in a sunken pit in the gallery that involved wigs, mirrors, nudity and masturbation. I’m


We all know I like twins. I love the idea of having sex with twins. It should be no surprise that I’ve pondered twins and many thoughts about twins for quite some time. One of those many thoughts I’ve had about twins is concerning nudity. If a set of twins is generally shy and doesn’t get nude in the locker room etc, does that shyness still apply to each other or does the fact that they look exactly the same over ride any shyness?

In my head the logic follows that even if they may be uncomfortable nude around others twins usually have such a close bond that they wouldn’t mind being seen by each other. Add to that the fact that they have exactly the same appendages then there would be absolutely no reason to be shy around each other. Any twins out there


With the gay rights movement in full swing, there’s a lot we can learn about where we’re going based on the lessons and experiences we’ve seen unfold in the women’s liberation movement. The modern women’s liberation movement started over 50 years ago. On paper, women have achieved societal and more importantly perhaps, legal equality with […]

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“What do you think the inside of a radio station would look like…?”, Terrence asked. We were standing on the footpath, admiring the facade of Koori Radio, as part of a tour of Sydney’s Redfern by the Architectural Association, It’s the kind of question a large group would, undoubtedly, have had a multitude of answers, based largely on what they’ve seen on television and film. The difference this time was there was no “large group” to answer the question: there was just me.

When I first turned up at Redfern Post Office, the starting point the the tour, and soon noticed there was no one else hanging around, I thought I’d made a mistake. I thought maybe I had the wrong address. I thought I’d put the wrong date in my calendar. Then I thought they might have cancelled the tour and I’d missed the email notification. But right on time, Terrence turned up, introduced himself and confirmed I was

IntroductionA mixed orientation marriage (MOM) is where one partner is heterosexual and the other is same-sex-oriented (gay or lesbian) or bi-sexual.

The situation we find ourselves in is not usually one of intentional deception. (In some cultures, families and geographical areas this may be different however, as it is a matter of survival). For most of us in a western culture, our marriages were the result of us conforming to a society, who at that time, believed homosexuality was a crime, a perversion and a mental illness. We married thinking that it was the right thing to do and that it would help to change what we perceived was faulty within us. I know this was the case for me. I wanted ...

Dear Anti-Islam Solicitor Mr.Balzola, I’ve got hold of Mr.Gaynor’s testicles and I’m going to squeeze them so tight his balls will pop out of his scrotam. I’m not going to back down on my legal action against Mr.Gaynor so threaten me as much as you like you Anti-Islam turd. Mr.Gaynor will never forget the name […]
Dear Alexandra Brown Crown Solicitors Office, I refer to your letter below dated the 20 October 2014 to Anti-Islam Solicitor Robert Remo Balzola. The Attorney General Mr.Hazzard is fully aware of the pernicious tactics of Mr.Balzola and his bigoted Catholic mate Mr.Gaynor ( the respondent ) because Mr.Gaynor asked his supporters / followers to contact […]
River just keeps coming up with her Sunday Selections for our delectation.  My photo cupboard is nearly bare of un-themed oddments, but here are a few.

R's unpaid workplace called him desperate for someone to come to work. As he did not have anything planned and in spite of my warnings that they will expect more and more from him if he succumbs to such calls, he went. To his surprise they called him back to the office when he had finished and they said, while we don't normally do this, we were desperate, so thank you, and presented him with a bottle of decent champagne and a thank you card.

Not sure where this came ...