Last month, I collaborated with fellow journalist Aaliyah Harris when we went out on the town to explore LGBTQ+ nightlife in London on a Saturday evening. Check out our IGTV video below, featuring interviews with the people we met that night. https://www.instagram.com/tv/B9oZeaJAb3D/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link Filmed & Produced by Aaliyah Harris & Conor ClarkEdited by Aaliyah HarrisAlso featured … Continue reading LGBTQ+ Nightlife IGTV: Finding Love in London
During the final year of my BA Journalism with Study Abroad degree at City, University of London, I created a magazine with five other students for publication in April 2020. In the role of Editor, I oversaw the magazine from its design to the content within it. Sorry Not Sorry exists to liberate our readers from the … Continue reading Sorry Not Sorry: Editor’s Letter
These horoscopes consist of two-card tarot readings. The first card represents influences in your love and sex life that are coming to an end, while the second card indicates new energies on the horizon. Simply identify your astrological sign and read the interpretation to find out what awaits you this month. For more insight, try … Continue reading April 2020 love-themed Tarot card readings by Emma Lord
Whether you’re running around London or running around the world, you never know when you might need to get ready for some anal action. Be it a quick clean at the office or a speedy squirt on a flight, these douches don’t discriminate and will prepare you for whatever’s coming your way. All douches featured … Continue reading Douches for dudes on the go
The safety threat some believe gender neutral toilets pose to women has sparked up debate once again, following remarks made in the House of Lords by Lord Lucas, a backbench Conservative peer. Lucas claims these facilities make women feel “unsafe and uncomfortable,” especially when they are on their periods. Although research is limited, there are … Continue reading Gender Neutral Toilets: are they better for everybody?
For the 26,000 people in England taking part in the PrEP Impact Trial, the drug is available for free on the NHS. Everyone else wanting it, however, does not have the same luxury and can pay anywhere from £17.50 to hundreds of pounds per month for it, depending on where they buy it. But why … Continue reading PrEP isn’t free on the NHS in England, but it needs to be
Is homemade porn making the industry a more acceptable place to find a career? Can those starring in it make a difference to sexual health awareness? Conor Clark investigates The stigma of admitting you enjoy watching porn has existed for as long as porn has, but starring in it has always been the biggest stigma … Continue reading Making Porn the Norm: the rise of OnlyFans and its unintentional promotion of sexual health awareness
Only three minutes into the show, someone has already stripped on stage in front of over 1,000 people and the next contestant is waiting on the side-lines to do the same. The packed crowd is cheering as the strobe lights fill the busy room, the song changes and the next person takes the stage. There’s … Continue reading Porn Idol: Drunk and Stripping on a Thursday, oh my!