Support your summer station today with a donation at ncpr. Framed by interviews with an unseen journalist, the four Canadian soldiers look back at an incident that occurred in a remote corner of Afghanistan involving them, Afghan forces and the Taliban. The brief interviews are interspersed with scenes that re-live portions of the incident, some re-running two or even three times from different points of view a la "Seven Samurai.
Rylund Johnson opens the door when I climb aboard in a red flannel onesie, peering through thick rimmed glasses perched above a bushy beard. It started about four years ago, with workshops to demonstrate shibari, a specific kind of rope bondage, and since has grown to cover all manner of kink, both great and small. Kind of like a bookclub, but with floggers.
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Sure, while most of us can agree on some television shows or musicians that are loved across the globe, there are some other " risque " forms of entertainment that many Canadians find taboo. Strip clubs used to be the place where guys would get together on the weekends and girls would go for their bachelorette parties. For years, the sex industry has always been at the epicenter of controversy and stigma but flourished nonetheless.
Cold and bombshell Canadian babes are getting smoking hot and cunning when they see hard sexually aroused schlong. They are turning in to wild and bestial sluts, who are ready to open their legs wide and let any-body in slowly penetrating their wet horny beavers. Do not miss the action.
What happens when a woman doesn't want to have kids because it could kill her but the solution for that is considered to be incorrect and untrustable? Produced by 2B Theatre Company, What A Young Wife Ought to Know, gives the audience a story about Sophie and her process during marriage, sisterhood and motherhood, even when motherhood is not something she was desiring. Directed by Christian Barry and written by Hannah Moscovitch.
I was unsure what to expect, as I knew it was a two-man play and I am often wary of these types of shows because so much rides on the actors' ability, with very little margin for error. Not only was I not disappointed, but I was, in fact, astounded at how successfully Mark Crawford and Paul Dunn pulled it off. But more of that later. First let me give you a little background of the story.
Neil Young 's 68th birthday and crack-smoking Toronto mayor Rob Ford have us thinking a lot about Canada this week. For a country with a relatively small population especially compared to its total sizethe place sure has given us a huge number of amazing musicians. Click through to see the results.
The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. Thanks to a progressive attitude and strong scientific fundingthis country is on the leading edge of knowledge about sexuality. Zosia Bielski talks to top researchers about what they — and we — are into.