From the Morrill Memorial Library: Making room – News – Norwood Bulletin – Norwood, MA

My husband and I are three-time greyhound adopters, and we said a sad farewell to our last hound in March. Lahni was nearly 13 years old and was the hardest luck case in our bunch. She had been adopted out, then returned to the agency about nine months later. Upon inquiring why, we learned she … Continue reading From the Morrill Memorial Library: Making room – News – Norwood Bulletin – Norwood, MA

Croatia has enchanting words for genitalia. Why doesn’t the UK? | Adrian Chiles | Opinion | The Guardian

I am friends with a Croatian couple who translate erotic fiction. This is eye-opening – not least my realisation that the UK doesn’t have nearly enough female-friendly euphemisms Source: Croatia has enchanting words for genitalia. Why doesn't the UK? | Adrian Chiles | Opinion | The Guardian

The erotic theatre of the pool edge: a short history of female swimwear | MENAFN.COM

(MENAFN - The Conversation) Human beings have a surprisingly long relationship with the concept of swimwear. After all, the first heated swimming pool is believed to have been built by Gaius Maecenas of Rome in the 1st century BC. Before the early 1800s, it was relatively common to swim either nude or simply in your underwear. … Continue reading The erotic theatre of the pool edge: a short history of female swimwear | MENAFN.COM