Not having sex

I’m not having sex at the moment. I haven’t been for a while actually… It’s bizarre that this is a difficult thing to say. Yet here I am writing about my sex life and many might assume that by not having sex, I would then not have a sex life. Interestingly enough, my sex life has been amazingly active. As a woman and an individual … Continue reading Not having sex


I sat with a client a while ago and heard myself describing being black: confident, loved, secure and constantly celebrating that combination, as a form of ecstasy, a post-blackness without having to have ever moved out of, through or even into what being black might, could, and does mean. I am aware that post-blackness might imply that moving out of ‘blackness’ is something that could … Continue reading Post-Blackness


It is not often that I allow myself to be surrounded by strangers that I have not invited to be strangers in my life. As a performer, I often invite strangers into my surroundings but in a very controlled way that still leaves me in control of myself and the general group.  Over the past 10-days I have been living, working and playing with complete … Continue reading Strangers

The VAG.

I can not spend enough time talking about vagina. In my perfect world, there would be a whole university dedicated to the education of enjoying, loving, respecting and understanding your or someone else’s vagina. In this university one whole year would be spent on deconstructing the damaging, universal belief that the vagina is a ‘difficult’ part of the human body. This year would also look … Continue reading The VAG.