(by Lexie Walters and Alice Moy) IN ONE MAJOR AREA we are still NOT equal. PUBLIC TOILETS! If we had to wait longer than a man to be served in a bar or to use a cash machine, there’d be uproar. But there are few complaints made about the fact that we have to hang… Continue reading Equality? Huh!
by PALOMA UH; “tweaked” by Lexie Walters* ————————————————————- THE BOYS TOILET in my first school had ‘wild west’-style swing doors which allowed us to check on the inhabitants as they sat there. Yes, when you’re 5 in Spain and you attend the “little” school I did, you briefly think you’ve made it to… Continue reading Schooldays in Spain (by Paloma UH)
by PALOMA UH “tweaked” by Lexie Walters. ————————————————————- SO WHAT’S DRIVING ME CRAZY? MEN! I’m a 125-pound, 23 year old Spanish girl, I’ve lived in London and Philadelphia as well as Rioja country in Spain. I’ve been driving since I was 15 (on private land), and in the last 8 years… Continue reading DRIVING ME CRAZY (or “My Troubles Behind The Steering Wheel”)
Tiny todger or super sausage? We all remember the excitement or disappointment on first seeing a boy’s full-sized floppy. But some girls can even remember, at the age of 4 or 5, watching their brother’s specimen in the bath. I personally saw my cousin’s first. According to my mother I was mesmerised by it when… Continue reading “MY FIRST WILLIE”