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From TheJournal.ie Making men's fantasies a reality: The life of a professional dominatrix in Dublin Mistress Lara

Making men's fantasies a reality: The life of a professional dominatrix in Dublin

For the first time in her 10-year career as a professional dominatrix, Dublin’s Mistress Lara has decided to tell her story.

Irish couples tried to figure out S&M toys and it went just as well as you'd imagine

“This feels like a hostage situation.”

From TheJournal.ie The first Fifty Shades of Grey reviews are out and the critics are loving it Raves

The first Fifty Shades of Grey reviews are out and the critics are loving it

Most people are agreed that it’s tamer than they were expecting but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.

From TheJournal.ie Bondage master gets life sentence for arranging wife's murder Master Bob

Bondage master gets life sentence for arranging wife's murder

Bob Bashara is said to have had his wife killed so he could devote more time to other women who shared his love for bondage and sexual domination.

From TheJournal.ie Man sentenced to five years in prison over cling film sex game death Bondage

Man sentenced to five years in prison over cling film sex game death

47-year-old Alun Williams had been wrapped head to toe in cling film and PVC and suffered a heart attack.

7 details that show the Fifty Shades of Grey author has a boring life Fifty Shades Of Dull This post contains images

7 details that show the Fifty Shades of Grey author has a boring life

Orgies, decadence and the creative use of handcuffs? Not quite.

From TheJournal.ie Column: Sex? No thanks, we’re Irish Opinion

Column: Sex? No thanks, we’re Irish

Irish attitudes to sex have come a long way since the dark old days – but we’re still not quite there, writes Beth Wallace, the organiser of Ireland’s first sex festival.