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This is the last blog I intend to ever write, unmarried

Katherine Feeney Amidst all the joy of getting married, there will be hurt, writes Katherine Feeney.

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What we learn from our parents' relationship

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Katherine Feeney Did your parents have a happy marriage? If they didn't, are you screwed? Too many of us are beginning on the backfoot, and I wonder, what hope is there, if any?

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Physical instruction

Going from good to great by mating with your mate

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Sensuality

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Partnership

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Teaching

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One Person

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Looking At Camera

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Katherine Feeney Would you enlist a friend to improve your sexual technique?

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Mind the gap: finding the perfect age difference

Minding the gap ... does age difference matter?

Katherine Feeney Mind the gap: Finding the perfect age difference.

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A bride by any other name ...

Union of choice

Katherine Feeney What's in a name?

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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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All about the G-Spot (and the A-Spot, the O-Spot...)

Katherine Feeney How long does it take to bring a woman to climax?

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Finding the right label in the lingo of love

Katherine Feeney CityKat.

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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Partners: more the merrier, or is less best?

Katherine Feeney It got me thinking again about open relationships. Or rather whether we’ve come to a point where commonly held assumptions about what it means to be in a relationship aren’t really common.

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Getting a seat at the table

Katherine Feeney Husbands and wives only - how do you earn the right to speak out against your lover’s others?

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