Sex: what is the new normal?

Some of the evidence in the Graham Dwyer trial has brought Ireland’s relationship with sex into sharp focus. Can we reconcile ourselves with changing sexual practices?

16th April, 2015

Here’s the first thing you need to know about Sandra: if you were to meet her casually in Dublin, chances are you’d consider her to be a fun, likeable but conventional kind of person.

A sharp dresser and a good talker from rural Galway, 31-year-old Sandra works for a high-flying firm down by the Dublin Docklands. Attractive in a curvaceous way, with a heart-shaped face, plump lips and mischievous eyes, Sandra...

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