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Dear Di–Feb. 7, 2013

You should also be checking out my online column. I’ve answered some especially out-there questions on the interwebz, so if you can hold off from immediately clicking play on your favourite porn vid—which I have a feeling might just be 2 Girls 1 Cup—you can read a few more of my answers to the craziest of questions.
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Weekend Rundown, Feb. 8 to 10

Not sure what to do this weekend in Ottawa? The Fulcrum’s got you covered with a weekend rundown. We’ll fill you in on the hottest restaurants, the coolest shows, and the exciting things going on around town so you can make the most out of your weekends
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Weekend Rundown

Midterms are fast approaching, and we could all use a break! Escape by watching A Royal Affair at the ByTowne Cinema at 4 p.m. It’s a costume drama that tells the true story of a physician who brought the Enlightenment’s values of reason over blind religion to Denmark in the 18th century. History comes to life on screen, plus there’s some bodice-ripping sex.

Can women have it all?

“Ideally, I’d have a PhD, I’d be a professor, my research would be fantastic, it wouldn’t suffer; but I’d also be able to have a family. I’d be married, I’d have children, and somehow my career wouldn’t have to take a hit because I took time off to have a kid—but my family also wouldn’t suffer after I go back to work after giving birth,” she said. “I wonder if it’s really possible to have all of those things.”
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Dear Di–Jan. 24, 2012

Your dick is not the size of a baby’s head, so it’s not too big to fit inside a vag. I’ll give it to you though, giving birth is not necessarily a comfortable experience; so yes, your girth might be causing some gargantuan issues in the sack.

Consequences of colonialism

The Fulcrum sat down with professors of Aboriginal studies, Aboriginal activists, and students to better understand how Canada’s Aboriginals are currently being marginalized and how universities fit in the bigger picture.
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Dear Di—Jan. 10, 2013

How can we students even know if you’re that good at sex? I challenge you to have sex with me, then I’ll write a letter to the editor to tell everyone if you’re really all you’re cracked up to be.