Katherine Feeney

Smart, passionately participatory and nakedly truthful, the CityKat blog with Katherine Feeney is where sex isn’t taboo, it’s a talking point. With a mind open to every modern love, seduction and relationships dilemma you care to confess, join Kat and her brazen band of commenters every Wednesday and Friday for one of the most explicitly enticing conversations on the web.
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When you start putting your pet before your partner

Puppy

Katherine Feeney “Must not have dog,” is the tagline of my single girlfriend on her online dating profile. She is determined not to strike up a relationship with anyone who has another warm-blooded significant-other...

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A day for the pursuit of love and happiness

No more hearts and flowers (Thumbnail)

Katherine Feeney Modern society's quest for excess can reduce Valentine's Day to a day of consumption.

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Never mind the age gap

edna

Katherine Feeney Why are we less in love with the idea of older women loving younger men?

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Face facts: a prenup is commonsense

Marriage

Katherine Feeney Binding financial agreements should be made a mandatory aspect of monogamy.

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Hook-ups and stuff-ups

romance

Katherine Feeney What stage in a relationship is the best one for sex – pre-dating, post-dating or only after marriage?

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Can you keep love (and affection) alive when you're 55?

Older woman.

Katherine Feeney I don’t envy any woman over 55 looking for love in Australia right now.

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New year, new boobs

Breasts.

Katherine Feeney A new year, a new you - but where do you draw the line? And should we judge the choices of others?

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The ten-box conundrum

Couple in bed

Katherine Feeney When it comes to love, should anything less than ticking all the boxes suffice?

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How CityKat and its glorious contributors saw 2013

City Kat

Katherine Feeney Reviewing year seven of the CityKat blog.

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Are some of us just destined to be doormats?

Katherine Feeney Is the concept of 'deserving better' a myth?

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'I think he enjoyed sex better with his ex'

three

Katherine Feeney A heart to heart with a friend brought out the myriad insecurities that many women face.

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When you can't talk to the opposite sex without booze

drink

Katherine Feeney What are the pitfalls of picking up pissed? And will drunk daters ever really find love?

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Demanding in-laws: where do you draw the line?

in law

Katherine Feeney I'm about to acquire some new parents through marriage. Thankfully, mine are lovely (hi guys!).

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'Til death do us part (with cash)

money

Katherine Feeney The price of weddings has gone up. Again. Now, a survey by a national bridal magazine shows, Aussies will spend upwards of $54,000 on their nuptials.

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When a boys' trip generates two versions of events

Facebook

Katherine Feeney Self-censorship on Facebook is a tricky business. A damned-if-you-do, damned-if-you-don’t predicament.

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Relocating relationships

Are you in the move for love?

luggage

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

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Why don't we talk about sex any more?

sex

Katherine Feeney You trust someone enough to share your life with them ... but the more you get to know them, the less intimate you become.

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The 'Penis beaker'

Sex isn’t a dirty thing

beaker

Katherine Feeney So why would a husband keep a ‘‘penis beaker’’ on his bedside table with which to wash his johnson post-coitus?

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Making Mr Right

man

Katherine Feeney Can you change a man? And if you can, should you?

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Can sanctioned affairs improve a marriage?

Affair

Katherine Feeney Not quite swinging, not quite cheating. Sanctioned affairs have emerged as a way of ensuring the longevity of a marriage while essentially rewriting the rules.

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