SEX: Dirty talk 101

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“Let your inner creative out and slowly increase the stakes. The risk is part of what makes it so exciting” BY GEORGIA BUTLER Talk dirty to me. It’s a phrase that should fill your extremities with excitement, an opportunity to confess to every imagined touch and maybe even actualize them. But say talk dirty to [….]

TRAVEL: Constance Craving

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Danielle Mustarde pedals her way to inner peace along the shores of Europe’s postcard-perfect Lake Constance WORDS AND IMAGES BY DANIELLE MUSTARDE Here’s the thing. I love living in London, but I’m a northerner at heart and, every once in a while, the horn-blaring, underground-rumbling, fume-filled capital can get a little… much. I mean, was it really [….]

PRIDE: You! Me! Us! We!

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Pride In London announces official theme for 2020 via powerful video calling for “allyship, love and understanding” BY DANIELLE MUSTARDE Pride In London have announced their official theme for this year’s Pride – #YouMeUsWe, and it couldn’t be more timely, as it calls out hopefully for a “crucial need for allyship in order to heal rifts between [….]

Dr. Rosena Allin-Khan: “I want to be a voice working with you to take what you need and want forward”

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DIVA magazine publisher Linda Riley interviews Dr. Rosena Allin-Khan BY LINDA RILEY In her own words, Dr. Rosena Allin-Khan is: “Current MP for Tooting, Labour deputy leadership hopeful, and an all-round fabulous lady.”  She has served as MP for Tooting since the 2016 by-election, and Shadow Minister for Sport between October 2016 and January 2020.  [….]

Dawn Butler says: “Whenever there is a platform, we need to ensure that we amplify the voices of the LGBTQI community”

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DIVA publisher Linda Riley interviews Dawn Butler BY LINDA RILEY Dawn Butler is the first elected black woman in Britain to ever become a minister, the only BAME leadership candidate and has made history by being the first person ever Afro-Caribbean person to make the leadership battle without any Union backing.  She has also served [….]