Monthly Archives: July 2011

If you believe in education for education’s sake, not for profit, please sign this petition.

The Classics department (along with several others) are under threat at Royal Holloway, University of London. If you’re a Classicist, or simply believe a university is an institute for education NOT businesses for making money, then that is enough reason … Continue reading

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The Epic of Gilgamesh is proving to be an interesting read!

‘”This is he, Shamhat! Uncradle our bosom, bare your sex, let him take in your charms! Do no recoil, but take in his scent: he will see you, and will approach you. Spread your clothing so he may lie on … Continue reading

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Tantra—new-tantricks … Sounds interesting. Hell yeah, I recognise that temple from Terry Jones’s “The Surprising History of Love and Sex”!

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