I met my current boyfriend on a recent cruise to the Caribbean. The chemistry was immediate, and we hooked up within a few days. We are both busy with our careers and we don’t live close to each other. We’re trying to do the long distance thing as best we can via email and phone. Last week, he sent me a very explicit text. I was surprised at how much I was turned on, and since then, we’ve been having a fantastic time regularly sexting the night away. Every time my phone buzzes to tell me there is a message from him, my body goes crazy. We have made plans to meet again next month. I’m secretly afraid that I have shared too much, and I can never live up to the person I am while sexting. How can I tell him this without feeling shy or judged?
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OPEN HOUSE: Tiffany’s visual stylist David Chang (pictured left), 31, and Rethink Communications art director Christian Beuer, 28, had incredibly low expectations for their first date. Three years ago, the two went for non-commital drinks at the Communist’s Daughter on Dundas West after a mutual friend set them up, and they managed to carry the conversation to dinner. The two now live together in an apartment in Roncesvalles/High Park, complete with a Shiba Enu named Maru.
Theatre Centre artistic director Franco Boni knows that healthy communities are built with human capital. The former director of the Buddies in Bad Times Youth Outreach Program, and AD of both the Rhubarb and Summerworks festivals, Boni recently won the George Luscombe Award for mentorship. Early next year he will crown his programming and development efforts with the opening of a fantastic new home for The Theatre Centre.
“Though the new legislation is ostensibly aimed at prohibiting the dissemination of ‘gay propaganda’ to persons under 18, in reality its damaging effects will be more far-reaching. In practice, LGBT marches, festivals, posters, magazines, books, films, welfare advice and safer sex education are likely to face criminal prosecution, as will individuals who identify themselves as gay in public.”
VIEW FINDER: FILL IT UP WITH FASHION—NOT GAS Forget the long drive to Grove City, PA or Woodbury Common, NY. For the first time ever fickle fashionistas will no longer have to plan a weekend getaway south of the border to score great deals on major fashion brands.