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Guy Ramsay's plaintive refrain about the rarity of oral sex in this column last week reminded me of a survey conducted a few years ago by one of those men's magazines (read: pornography for straight men). In it, 100% of respondents moaned that they weren't getting enough head. I repeat: 100%.
A film about the ill-fated 9/11 flight brings the horror to life as not even a documentary could, writes Shaun de Waal.
The Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, which runs in Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban, spreads its wings, reports Shaun de Waal.
Bridget Jones's Diary is a lot of fun, as Bridget works through her own entanglements and embarrassments while dealing with the complications that have suddenly erupted in her parents' lives, writes Shaun de Waal.
Sometimes it seems that the only legislation all parties in an African Parliament can agree on is one that persecutes gays and lesbians.
Shaun de Waal assesses three views of the state of the continent and wonders whether radio can help to stop the 'Big Men' retarding progress.
The eyes of the deceased icons in Conrad Botes's paintings bring them back to life.
Let us not overstate the wonderfulness of The Artist, writes Shaun de Waal