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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Katherine Feeney Should you change to please your partner?
Katherine Feeney Waiting three days to contact your date is juvenile and offensive.
Katherine Feeney Are you really okay with being someone's bitch?
Katherine Feeney “I knew it was over because every time we had sex, I was super, super careful about not getting her pregnant.”
Katherine Feeney Is thinking about someone else while you're having sex cheating?
Katherine Feeney Lying there, listening to his breathing, she is checking to see that he’s still asleep. Slowly, carefully, she slides out from underneath tangled sheets which belie the pleasures of the night ..
Katherine Feeney Are dating websites for people with STIs a high-tech solution to an awkward issue?
Katherine Feeney “Struggle, service, courage and sacrifice,” are the values of Easter according to the spiritual leader of Australia’s 3.5 million Anglicans, Phillip Aspinall.
Katherine Feeney “Our results strongly support the hypothesis that men possess a sexual overperception bias.”
Katherine Feeney Does the size of the diamond on the engagement ring really matter?
Katherine Feeney Mind the gap: Finding the perfect age difference.
Katherine Feeney “I think it’s good, sometimes, that we go without sex.”
Katherine Feeney Big packages can cause some big problems.
Katherine Feeney It's time the couples who never had access to smart phones when they met to get on the sexting bandwagon.
Katherine Feeney Is compatability in the stars or your gut?
Katherine Feeney Just how important is the proposal?
Katherine Feeney Do you put up with more crap the hotter your partner is?
Katherine Feeney So some people prefer to think of sex as ‘lovemaking’. For others, sex is ‘just sex’. I like to think of sex as both, and – kookily – even as an activity that ...