Lynn Enright’s first book, Vagina: A Re-Education, has just been published – she sat down with me to talk about why we need to talk about our vaginas more, the importance of knowing the right words for the right bits and why we still prioritise male pleasure in heterosexual sex. Plus: what her dad thought about her VAGINA tote bag….
What’s it like growing up with curly hair, in a sea of ghds? In the latest episode of How to be Sound, I chat to ‘Curly Cailin’ Gabriella Strano (top) about her curly journey, the ‘Curly Girl’ method, puff cuffs, buffs, pineapples and wet plopping.
James talked about what exactly people mean by “PC gone mad”, the variety of STIs he has experience of and how he’d choose to describe himself, given that his main source of income is social media brand partnerships. (Hint: it’s not “social influencer”)…
From €650 silk dresses to €15 leggings, designer Helen sat down to talk about her new high-street collaboration with Dunnes Stores, the ethics of impulse buys, how she loves Bono and why she encouraged her daughter Halle to pursue plus-sized modelling….
I chat to comedian Joanne McNally about whether or not comedy should exist in a safe space, if cultural appropriation is something we really have to worry about and why her parents dressed her brother up as an SS officer….
This week on How to be Sound – Rosemary (above right) discovers that all you need is love (and a good broadband connection) as she talks to Rena Maycock (left) of Intro Matchmaking and scrolls through yoga instructor Tess Purcell’s Tinder!
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