Rule #1: Say no. Say it. Your body, your rules. This workshop requires boundaries. We can’t emphasize this enough. No is no is no. 7:38 DCP (During Cuddle Party) A man with shaking hands cries on my neck. We’re nestled together in the corner of an unfamiliar apartment, my waist tucked into his stomach, his… Read more »
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7:38 DCP (During Cuddle Party) A man with shaking hands cries on my neck. We’re nestled together in the corner of an unfamiliar apartment, my waist tucked into his stomach, his knee laced over my thigh. We lie on cushions, thoughtfully plumped before anyone arrived. If I twist my head slightly to the left, I… Read more »
I first started exploring BDSM when I was 13 years old. It’s been almost 10 years since then and I’ve spent most of that time feeling my way through the dark. The only way to really learn what your kinks are is to try them, but for most of that time I was afraid to… Read more »
“It looks like the flights are delayed,” Karen informs the dozen of us standing in the small lounging area of Victoria International Airport. “It might be another hour until they arrive.” Karen directs her attention to me. “Joel is writing an article about the project; would you like to ask some questions?” I smile. “Who wants… Read more »
A 10-day introduction to the ancient technique of Vipassana
The story of J-32 the killer whale
Pratt is the current editor of Nexus magazine at Camosun College, but he began his career by writing band reviews. Being a part of the heavy metal music scene in Victoria at a young age, Pratt started, like so many of us, by writing what he knew.
A dozen years ago, this medium was reserved for bikers and thugs, but no more. Tattoos have slid under the shirtsleeves of businessmen, onto the hips of soccer moms, and behind the ears of teenagers.
We are all but lonely travelers on this crowded planet. This past summer, I set out on a 33-day solo kayak trip from Victoria to Bella Bella—a distance of roughly 710 kilometres. There were many reasons for the journey that are best explained through the story. This article and the pictures shown are almost fully… Read more »
Students navigate a table through an open doorway. Sunlight streams through the many windows of the building. In the back, some people plant an herb and vegetable garden. Others paint a fresh coat of paint on the walls which enclose countless communal spaces. Looking less like a dormitory and more like a home, Victoria’s Brentwood… Read more »