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BBC Phil/Schwarz review – Coult’s bewitching Pleasure Garden goes back to nature

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Tom Coult’s new Composer in Association role with the BBC Philharmonic commits him to three substantial works over the next three years, the first of which, Pleasure Garden, received its premiere here. The violin conc...

Bicipite: Live Global Stream II review – 90 minutes of pure throwback pleasure

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The laptop screen pulsates with images of hands in lurid colours that distort and repeat ad infinitum. The retro neon graphics of Bicep’s live stream announcement gradually give way to elegant organic visuals; these i...

Good vibrations: five of the best sex podcasts for your aural pleasure

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I still remember my sex ed class in high school. Every other week, my teacher would have us read from sexual health books that had last been signed out by students two decades prior. With graphic pictures of STIs surr...

Goop’s sex therapist on her radical approach to sexual pleasure

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Somewhere in southern California, Shandra Barrera and Camille Slusher sit with mirrors between their legs, staring at their yonis. They are participants on Sex, Love & Goop, the Gwyneth Paltrow fronted Netflix ser...

OnlyFans isn’t revolutionising sex work, and using it ruined things I once did for personal pleasure

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I joked to another sex worker recently that five years ago every journalist asked us, maddeningly and repeatedly, about sex robots. Adesso, the obsession is OnlyFans. As a full-service sex worker (“full service” is the i...

Root of the problem: the brutal creation of a billionaire’s pleasure garden

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Villagers gather round kitchen tables, squabbling about the fate of huge trees, some of which have stood for centuries in front of their homes. What does one tree matter if its removal means the roads will be improved...

Self Esteem: Prioritise Pleasure review – Britain’s funniest, frankest pop star drums out her demons

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Throughout Prioritise Pleasure, her second album as Self Esteem, Rebecca Taylor searches for a feeling she can rely on. Her stomach and heart seldom align. A callous lover makes her doubt herself. “Casual” texts from ...

Sheila Atim: ‘Six wings, chips and a drink. That’s my guilty pleasure’

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It’s fun to write MBE after your name occasionally. I got the honour in 2019 for services to drama. I have complex feelings about it and it hasn’t made any tangible difference to my career, but it solidified my sense ...

Il 50 best albums of 2021, No 1: Self Esteem – Prioritise Pleasure

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For many pop artists, the pandemic has been an exercise in downsizing. Taylor Swift used the sudden lull to eschew big pop moments in favour of tactile folky electronica that soothed and sedated; Lorde and Billie Eili...

The Guardian view on moth-watching pleasure: the pest and the beauty

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“Night opens; night traversed by wandering moths; night hiding lovers roaming to adventure.” So runs a rapturous passage in Virginia Woolf’s The Waves, a novel she had originally considered titling The Moths. The inse...

The Pleasure Garden review – bittersweet musical romance amid the roses

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It is 1850s south London and the Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens is in its last decade of offering spectacular public entertainment, including concerts and circus acts. More adventurous types head for the secluded rose-stre...

Tokyo review – lust and loneliness in Japan’s pleasure quarters

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Love hotels and cross-dressers make Tokyo’s nightlife eye-popping – and that’s just in 18th-century woodblock prints. The Ashmolean’s seductive overview of the Olympic city’s art sets these classics alongside images o...