But workers at the neighboring business knew it was no ordinary massage parlor. The shades were drawn. Clients — always men — would come in through a back door for appointments as brief as 20 minutes.
Every person lives his real, most interesting life under the cover of secrecy - Anton Chekhov. For some reason Garrett Rising decided, when he was 20 miles out of Boston and heading for New York, that he had to see the ocean: he needed that far horizon, he needed the sound of surf breaking, he felt, more than anything. He knew it would calm him, so he turned off the highway and headed east for the beckoning finger of Cape Cod.
Sabrina Furminger is a Vancouver-based journalist and author. She writes Reel People, a weekly film and television column, for The Westender. Her debut novel is The Healer.
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Hooking up with your coworker can end one of two ways: the hottest sex of your life, or with your boss walking in on you while you're bent over the sink with a guy, trying to explain that yes, those expense reports will be on his desk first thing tomorrow. Don't be that second person. We always flirted and there was serious sexual tension.
Dreams have long been considered a window into the subconscious, giving shape to our deepest thoughts — and none are more fascinating to me as a psychologist than those that take on an erotic form. The way men's and women's sexually charged dreams differ is intriguing men are likely to dream of sex with strangers and multiple partners, while women's dreams tend to feature intimacy with someone they already know. So is the way we often act out sexual scenarios in our sleep that we wouldn't take part in when awake.
The superintendent of a Massachusetts school district is apologizing to parents for what she calls a misunderstanding over a sex education policy that as written, would have applied to both high school students and first-graders. Provincetown Superintendent Beth Singer said in the letter e-mailed Tuesday that the district would clarify that elementary school-age students couldn't get condoms if they requested them from the school nurse. Singer said it became necessary to revise the policy's wording after it was "so badly understood and misrepresented by the media," according to the Cape Cod Times.
ET on ABC. Chris McCowen, the man who was convicted of raping and murdering Christa Worthington, is speaking out about being at the center of what was then the biggest case to hit the Cape in decades. Worthington, a year-old fashion writer and single mother, was found stabbed to death in her seaside cottage in Truro, Massachusetts, on Jan.