These are the fucking facts.


For the last three years, I’ve spent 40 hours a week talking to people about sex.
Everything about it.
From what exactly one should stick up their bum, to the frustrations that come with living with a disability and having your sexuality not be recognized.

The light and the heavy.

Through this, there are some things I have figured out for certain.
I am certainly certain that:

  1. All human beings, regardless of sexual orientation, gender, race, class,  and ability, should have the right to experience bodily pleasure and sexual expression, safely and consensually.
  2. Many people have some pretty funny ideas about sex. And how couldn’t we? We live in a world where we see sex everyday, all the time, in one-thousand-and-one different places, but we don’t really talk about it. There is a wealth of imagery and a poverty of words.

And so, in this place, I want to write to you about the fucking facts. Some real facts about fucking.

I want to write about feeling good, about feeling bad, and everything in between.
I want to write about what you should and shouldn’t put in your bum.
I want to write about having an abortion in Nova Scotia, Canada; about the peeing-on-people phenomenon; and about feeling sexually empowered.

The light and the heavy.