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Married Men’s Group Facilitator

Posted on Tue-09-2020 by Jack Deakin

Carl Marshall, the first facilitator of the Married Men’s Group, talks about the group and its history.   How did the group come about? Well, in 2002, I left my marriage of 20 years as I realised that I was gay. I was very distressed, disoriented, and in need of support, and a friend directed […]

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Turning the Tanker Around V2.0

Posted on Wed-09-2020 by Maria Hughes

Today’s guest blog is brought to you by Noël Fanthôme. At the end of my last article, I left you with the image of my extensive sexual exploits having caused a computer to raise its electronic eyebrows, together with the sworn commitment to remaining celibate in order to maintain the principles of lockdown. My developing […]

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Social distancing doesn’t have to mean socially distant

Posted on Wed-07-2020 by Maria Hughes

By our Ageing Better Network Enabler (community development worker), Maria Hughes. Lockdown, self-isolation, shielding . . . if your job is to facilitate bringing people aged 50 and over together in social groups, to combat social isolation, a global pandemic can severely hamper your efforts. Research has shown that being socially isolated and lonely lead […]

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Cruising

Posted on Tue-07-2020 by Jack Deakin

This blog was written by our Sexual Health Outreach Worker, Chris Dunbar. Sometimes, having sex in the safe confines of your bedroom just doesn’t cut it. You may be looking for somewhere new, seeking thrill or adventure, or just not be able to have the sex you want within your four walls. You may have […]

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Fisting

Posted on Tue-07-2020 by Jack Deakin

This post is written by Chris Dunbar, our Sexual Health Outreach Worker. When it comes to activity in the bedroom, no one can tell you what you can and can’t do. Trying new things often makes it more exciting and fun, particularly if you are the adventurous type. The important thing is to make sure […]

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