Katherine Feeney

Katherine Feeney

Katherine Feeney heads the urban affairs desk for brisbanetimes.com.au. She is also one of Australia’s leading commentators on sex, love, dating and relationships via her popular blog CityKat.

What's the point of pillow talk? Plenty, if you want to bask in the afterglow

Katherine Feeney Does pillow talk mean anything or is it just a sweet nothing that prevents sleep and causes problems?

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Does it matter if I have a boy or a girl?

Katherine Feeney That we still prefer male to female in the West is a real dilemma.

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Orgasm Obligation

Why men need to relieve themselves of 'orgasm obligation'

Katherine Feeney Orgasm anxiety is taking the fun out of sex.

'I've decided to marry myself': same-self marriage

Katherine Feeney They say you find happiness in marriage.

The problem with having one child

Only the lonely? Is having one child selfish?

Katherine Feeney We thought people would respect our choice but having an only child seems to be the one subject still open to discrimination.

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CityKat

Dealing with uncomfortable sexual fantasies

Katherine Feeney What happens when your lover's bedroom request leaves you stone-cold and strung-out?

Ghostbusters

Living ghost Charlize Theron blanks Sean Penn

Katherine Feeney Ever stopped responding to texts, calls and emails from a lover? Then you're an impolite ghost.

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Is love worth the heartbreak?

Jennifer Lopez with her

Katherine Feeney How to recover after a divorce and then a break-up.

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Cups that runneth over

What's the male equivalent of a boob job?

The youngest member of the Kardashian clan, 17-year-old Kylie Jenner, fuelled speculation about a potential boob job with this revealing picture.

Katherine Feeney None of a man's sexual elements are as public as a woman's breasts, therefore no bit belonging to a man is up for as much public debate.

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Jessie's Girl

How to deal with a love triangle

Katherine Feeney What's with people who can't help but covet what can't be had?

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Green eyes

Does a polyamorous lifestyle reward followers with a better life?

Actors Ginnifer Goodwin, Bill Paxton, Jeanne Tripplehorn, and Chloe Sevigny starred in the popular HBO series <i>Big Love </i> which focused on polyamorous relationships.

Katherine Feeney Can open-relationships offer people true open-mindedness?

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Could same sex marriage kill off matrimony's most cringeworthy tradition?

Katherine Feeney If women proposing marriage is now acceptable, why aren't more doing it?

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CityKat

Cheating? It's complicated

Katherine Feeney Why is it that some people can lie in bed at night, next to their long term partner, and smile, stroke their hair, say 'goodnight, I love you,' then roll over and peacefully reflect on the sex they...

Cloud catastrophe

What to do with sexts from your ex

Katherine Feeney "Texts From Your Ex" may be a popular Instagram account but what should you do when a new partner discovers them?

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Selfie-obsessed

Are you game enough to go #nofilter?

Katherine Feeney Those who fake selfies of their sexual assets to the point of unreality have a tiger by the tail.

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Is not watching the birth man's biggest mistake?

Katherine Feeney "It would be like watching my favourite pub burning down," I guy I know likes to say. "That end's all about pleasure, not business – and I'd like to think the only thing pushing its way around...

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When menopause happens to modern couples

Katherine Feeney 'The end' is not so much actually that. In some ways, it is a new beginning.

CityKat

Katherine Feeney's guide to living with a love guru

Katherine Feeney How do you live with a lover who's had far more sex than you? Will you forever be in the backseat?

The trust test

Dealing with a lover scarred by cheating

Former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver's marriage crumbled after allegations he cheated.

Katherine Feeney Once cut, are lovers scorned forever scarred?

Can passion last the distance of lifelong love?

Hurry-honey: the pace of passion changes over the course of a relationship.

Katherine Feeney Love in middle age and older might be different to that of the young, but means that people love one another as they are.

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