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Mistress-keeping - an ancient right, or modern wrong?

Katherine Feeney One of the most common complaints I have received over the seven years I've been writing this blog is that sex, after a while, dies.

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Does birth order influence relationship success?

Siblings

Katherine Feeney Survey suggests those born first stand a better chance of landing a loving, long-term relationship than their siblings.

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How do you keep your sex life alive when kids come along?

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Katherine Feeney Shagging doesn't stop once kids arrive on the scene. It just gets a lot more challenging.

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How CityKat and its glorious contributors saw 2013

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Katherine Feeney Reviewing year seven of the CityKat blog.

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Relocating relationships

Are you in the move for love?

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Katherine Feeney How long should you be with someone before you pack up and move for them?

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What can gay men teach straight people about sex?

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Katherine Feeney Here’s what my friends have taught me:

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Single? Whose fault is that really?

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Katherine Feeney So you’re single. Whose fault is that really?

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Male circumcision a cutting issue for new parents

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Katherine Feeney Would a wife ever buy her husband a circumcision in return for a new pair of breasts?

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Learning to live by accepting death

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Katherine Feeney Learning to live by accepting death.

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Changing trends

Does the future belong to unmarried parents?

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Katherine Feeney Are kids better off brought up by married parents?

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Partnered up and longing for the single life

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Katherine Feeney What happens when you find yourself wishing you were single again?

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Friend dilemmas

The desperation of the dateless

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Katherine Feeney “But he seemed really lovely!” I’m peeling my girlfriend off the lap of a man who is clearly a jerk.

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Celebrating the motherless

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Katherine Feeney So what about having Motherless Day?

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When cute couple names get nasty

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Katherine Feeney Are you really okay with being someone's bitch?

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The CityKat year in review

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Katherine Feeney Here we are again. Six years of sex, love, dating and relationships. Not bad team. Not bad at all. And my, haven’t we done a lot this year? Following is a re-cap, including my favourite ...

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Reaching or settling?

Katherine Feeney Some people are reachers - ever onwards, ever higher, they’re the sort who can’t stop. Other people are settlers – they find roses, stop, smell, and stay the hell put.

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Speak now, or forever hold your peace

Marriage

Katherine Feeney Oh dear. Now they’ve made it official. “We’re engaged!” The profile status update you knew would come, but dreaded.

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Let's sing about sex, baby

Katherine Feeney CityKat.

Natalie Bochenski Salt n Pepa? AC/DC? Katy Perry? Who sings the best sex song?

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Finding the right label in the lingo of love

Katherine Feeney Remember in high school (or primary school for you ‘early bloomers’) when you finally plucked up the courage to ask, “will you be my ___friend?”

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Does marriage make the man?

Katherine Feeney “Every man needs a wife before he hits 30 to save him from himself.”

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