I am particularly fond of the word rogue. Despite it harbouring negative connotations, I use it with affection and respect. Who said being a rogue is a bad thing? Forget that. Roguish is getting redefined. Take away unprincipled and dishonest. Keep mischievous. Highlight witty, intelligent, handsome, well-dressed, and British. Then use it in a sentence with Euan Rellie. Read more
When I travel, I become someone else. Perhaps it’s closer to who I really am. Who I strive to be at home. Regardless, I feel freer. I do things I may not do at home. I pack my life with as many moments as possible. Each one escalated. Playing in HD. Essentially, I live on more whims.
I went to Italy in October. Pasta, sun, history, wine and men. Inevitably men. I don’t know why more single women don’t flock to Italy for a burst of attention. While I was in Italy on my first mother-daughter trip, I knew there would be distractions of testosterone. Around every brick corner, under each archway, and on a variety of bar stools. The Italian stallion is no myth. Read more
I sometimes meet people at exactly the right moment. A moment when I need a sign to keep going. That I can and will succeed in achieving all of my dreams.
Writer’s block had afflicted me in the worse sense. I was practically burning up from it. Feverish not with words but with blank space. I was faced with a lined page with scribbles and crosses acting like grave markers to dead sentences. My apartment stifled the words and blocked them from emptying my head, so I did what any writer with an obstacle does… I changed my scenery. Read more
A burlesque performance is never long enough. The teasing could be stretched on for hours. Seduction has no time limit. Its sensual powers are eternal (if you’re lucky).
On November 10th, experience the seduction of burlesque like you’ve never seen it before. The Rio Theatre hosts Burlesque Long Form, starring Vancouver beauties Lola Frost, Cherry OnTop, Melody Mangler, Lydia Decarllo, Nicky Ninedoors, and April O’Peel. Read more