School for Scandal
Journalist Lisa Harris came along to Sam's salon last week and wrote a frank, informative and entertaining article which we love!
Here's a taster:
"Sex is an expression, not an act
As a speaker, Roddick is like good sex: honest, open, fun, unpredictable and sensitive. Seated on a plush red chair, Roddick is at once a Madame character, dispensing advice and spanking techniques Ill get to blowjobs later yet she simultaneously embodies the intellect and activist, reflecting on how sexuality has sculpted western society. Roddicks duality precipitates into her outfit, as she wears an oversized jumper in a relaxed, informal fashion, so that only her skin tight, tactile leggings give a hint of her sensuality beneath.
Roddicks message is simple: sex is an expression, not an act. You are the tool of talent, Roddick enthuses as she encourages us to see the bedroom as a theatre for the true self, rather than an exercise in stereotypical role playing. Roddick is most emphatic when she makes the distinction between process and goal-orientated sex, as she believes that many of us suffer at the hands of our own expectations around orgasm. Rather than making physical contact about the end product, Roddick asks her Salon guests to enjoy the journey, and especially enjoy the senses of touch, taste and sound in themselves..."