by Elle Chase I worked in a professional theatre company volunteering to do light, sound, house managing, set building and even producing in order to pay my dues and earn my way into the acting company. I did this all for no reward, no promise of a role or bit part. I did this to gain […]
Anais Nin and Henry Miller on Death and Dreams: I stumbled upon the above clip of Anais Nin and Henry Miller in conversation recently and couldn’t stop watching it. Two famous lovers, colleagues, icons, writers, discuss death and dreams in sometimes simple and at other times esoteric way. To me, this is a sapiosexuals dream […]
Just because I am open does not mean I let everyone in Just because I let you in doesn’t mean I do it for everyone Just because you get a second chance doesn’t mean you’ll get a third Just because I have some hard edges doesn’t mean I’m not soft Just because I flirt with […]
PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD BY JM SYNGE CHRISTY MAHON: It’s little you’ll think if my love’s a poacher’s love or an earl’s itself, when you’ll feel my two hands stretched around you, and I squeezing kisses on your puckered lips, till I’d feel a kind of pity for the Lord God (who) […]
Have you read 50 Shades of Grey ? If so, I would love to hear your thoughts! Please let me know what you think via the “comments” section below. In the meantime, check out one of my favorite articles on the book from Feministing.com.
“In secret we met— In silence I grieve That thy heart could forget, Thy spirit deceive. If I should meet thee After long years, How should I greet thee?— With silence and tears.” — When We Two Parted by Lord Byron (last lines)