Mystic Mc’s Magical Predictions: March Edition

Cian McDonnell Astro-physicist turned astrologer tells Motely readers the highs, but mostly the lows the stars have in store for them this month. Aries: You move into the sphere of influence of Uranus this month, one of the coldest places in the Solar System. You may find yourself acting frosty towards other people. Or you […]

Touch Starvation – the Sex Lives of UCC Students During COVID-19

The Motley Current Affairs Team have collated the sexiest survey ever performed in UCC because who doesn’t need some statistical sexual voyeurism in their lives right now? Written & compiled by John Hunter and Alana Daly Mulligan.   COVID-19 has impacted our lives in many ways: online learning, reduced travel, restricted gatherings, closed bars and […]

In the Lonely Hour: How Has Pornography Adapted to a Quarantined Audience?

Kane Geary O’ Keeffe observes the ways in which online pornography sites have adapted to audiences since the outbreak of the pandemic.   It’s no longer taboo to address the fact that online pornography is a mainstream staple of online entertainment (despite what your parents may think). After a year-long flirtation with indoor boredom for […]

Let’s Talk About Sex, Baby…Please? Ireland’s Refusal to Address Adequate Sex Education

The way we talk about sex, or more to the point don’t talk about it, can create an unhealthy or shameful relationship with sex that can be difficult to let go of. Current Affairs Staff Writer Conor Daly talks about some of the ways we can start diversifying our Sex Education.    Growing up in […]

Porn Parodies Just Aren’t That Accurate

Jack Coleman Reviews the Canonical Discrepancies Between the Porn Parody ‘Game of Bones’ and the ‘A Song of Ice and Fire’ Series.   The internet is home to a LOT of pornographic material, as any teenager growing up with access to the web will be aware. There also exists, naturally, online communities relentlessly dedicated to […]

UCC’s Confession:

Every month, Motley publishes a spill-your-guts confession. This month, our first confession is a thoughtful reflection on what it’s like not being out in your workplace.    The summer before last, I got a job at a manufacturing company. I didn’t have any specialised skills; I was packaging boxes filled with products. I just wanted […]