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CW: Discussion of transphobia On the back of my Patreon launch I've been thinking about the amazing creators I subscribe to on that platform. So, without further ado, here are the four creators that I support on Patreon right now, with a special surprise celebrity guest at the end (spoilers: it's me). The featured image … Continue reading Five Creators to Support on Patreon
I am exceptionally pleased to announce that I have launched a Patreon! I've been planning this since the start of the year, scheming and sweating over the best gifts and perks I can offer anyone who wants to support me monetarily. I'm very excited that this means I can release extra content, including a Patreon-exclusive … Continue reading Patreon Launch
Every once in a while, I get naked for money in the name of art. Life modelling is the craft of maintaining a pose, or several poses, over a specific period of time while people draw you. This can mean keeping one pose for several hours, or working through numerous short poses. It's often a … Continue reading How to Work as a Life Model
Back in November I reviewed a quick and cosy novella called A Hidden Hope. It was a delightful afternoon's read, so I was very pleased when I managed to get my greedy gay hands on book number two in the Romancing the Page series. In the first story in the series, Natalie and El are … Continue reading Review – A Perfect Balance: A Romancing the Page Novella, by Laura Ambrose
Every January, people make the decision to try to be 'new'. People decide that something about themselves isn't good enough and that a well-chosen resolution will somehow change things. If you're like most people, your ambitious New Years resolution will already be out the window. That's ok. I promise, that's genuinely ok! No need to … Continue reading New Goals, Same Amazing You
As a therapist I've noticed that, when a person reaches a certain point of grieving, they are able to go through dark times with a soft and thoughtful focus - they are able to delve deeply into everything they've lost, pull something out of it, and look at the hurt with a kind of tender … Continue reading Review – Mistakes Were Made, by Juliette Sebock