RADICAL ECSTACY Workshop Weekend, Dublin, July 18/19, 2009
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EROS MUTINY proudly presents

Dossie Easton Workshop 18/19 July 2009

RADICAL ECSTACY
“SM Journeys To Transcendence”


Saturday 18th & Sunday 19th July, 2009, Dublin, Ireland

Dossie Easton, renowned American sex educator and co-author of The Ethical Slut, visits Dublin this July to share the first Irish presentation of Radical Ecstacy.



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The Revolution...Online
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Stolen from Graham Linehan's blog (http://whythatsdelightful.wordpress.com/):

"...the more people who see it, the better. It’s The Revolution Will Not Be Televised, a documentary by two Irish film-makers, Kim Bartley and Donnacha O’Briain. While filming a profile of Hugo Chavez in 2002, they were lucky enough to be right in the centre of things when the coup kicked off, and the result is just thrilling. Watching how Chavez’s opponents use lies, intimidation and violence to depose a democratically-elected, hugely popular leader is gripping enough, but when the tide turns, and the people rise up to re-take control, it’s enough to get you cheering.
I know it’s a pain in the arse to watch lengthy things like this on a computer monitor, but once you get ten minutes in, you won’t be able to turn it off. Viva Chavez! Viva Venezuela!
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I will add that it doesn't give the full picture of the whole events of those historical days in April 2002. That is not its agenda, as it is made from the perspective of the two Irish filmmakers who were right in the centre of it all. It has also been criticised for transplanting chronology of footage. Nonetheless, this riveting and moving documentary concisely displays the power of the mass media and the importance of knowing who owns it. Also known as 'Chavez: Inside The Coup'.

Check it out:
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=5832390545689805144

Dublin fetish & Bondage night
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As requested by some enterprising folks, our wee event happenings in Dublin: www.nimhneach.ie

BiCon - There and back again
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We're home safe in Dublin. Lovely juicy pix & blatherings to come.

Now, ssssssssslllleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeppppppppppzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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God's bodkins - it's The Tudors!
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Hey nonny-nonny, I just did two days as an extra on the American Showtime series, The Tudors, about young Henry VIII and his shenanigans. One day at Drimnagh Castle and yesterday in Christchurch cathedral. It was good fun, if occasionally boring while waiting for takes. About 60 extras were needed for some scenes, so there we were dressed as 16th century courtiers, counsellors, ladies-in-waiting, maidens, wenches, middle-classes and The Poor.

I was a courtier, who'd be hanging out in court and trying to curry favour with Henry. Costume was stockings, big bulbous short trousers, knee-high leather boots and a many-buttoned tight jacket to match trousers. And a loose hip-length cape over the shoulder. Bit laborious to even have a piss. Also I have a beard, which I rather like and think I'll keep for a while. I'm almost certain I was very visible in a few shots yesterday - what's the point being an extra if you cannae see yourself in at least one shot?

For those who may be interested, the first series is due to be shown on this side of the pond in the autumn. They're making series two now. It's short on total fact, but wild on intrigue. It's been a big hit, I hear, portraying Henry 8th as a spoilt sly bastard, romping, fucking, and killing whomever crosses him. Johnathan Rhys Meyers plays Henry. Jeremy Northam plays Thomas More - he was funny on-set. More info here: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0758790/ And theresome clips on Youtube too.

Need I report about the plentiful heaving bosoms on-set? And some of the hunky guys lolling about? Shite money, btw, but I'm in for another 6:30am start tomorrow and shall endeavour to get a few pix.

Dream of BiCon people
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Last night, while catching up on lost sleep after a oops-where's-my-compass lost weekend, I dreamed of people from BiCon. Lots smiling faces. It was good to see some familiar people. There were also unfamiliar people. Perhaps they were previous attendees whom I haven't met, or future attendees whom I've yet to meet. It was good to have such a dream in the depths of winter.
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Rubber Ball weekend
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Hi-de-ho to all ye Rubber Ball people. Somebody out there must be going. Any news or reports would be appreciated! Something to spice up our Monday. Or/and Tuesday?

Gotta git behind the mule.

'night

xx

Sad news
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I just heard the news we were half-expecting. One of my sister-in-law's unborn twins, a boy, has died in vitreo at 28 weeks. Poor little guy had serious spina bifida & heart problems. This does leave the other twin, a girl, with the danger of being premature, but also that they can focus on her welfare now. They would like her to pass 32 weeks before birth occurs.

It's a terrible loss.

My thoughts and prayers are for the boy who didn't get a chance to breath air, even once. May he have better fortune next time. My thoughts and prayers for my dear brother, sister-in-law and their girl to be born.

Now hear this
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OE5fIoveLoM

For anyone who listens to music or jackhammers.
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