Author Archive: Anon
Robert Zimmerman, better known as Bob Dylan, is coming to New Zealand to play three shows in August and September. He’s 73. His life and legend, along with that of the Beatles and the Stones, tower over modern music. Salient writer Mr Jones gets inside the man, the music and the myth. THE MAN I try my best/ To be just like […]
All of you freshers out there who have met the guys and gals of your dreams at uni and are about to be cruelly separated over the summer, I am here to tell you that it actually can work.
Society’s taboo around female masturbation is unhealthy and outdated.
Reflections on anxiously casual sex.
But at the same time something about it has been troubling me. My complaint certainly doesn’t need to be said, but it feels as if it ought to be at least mentioned, and the final issue seems to be the place to do that. Whenever I read Salient, I tend to encounter students musing upon […]
The chairs are in a circle, the brochures and pamphlets are out, the tea and coffee are set up. Pink is belting out her hit single ‘Sober’. In an attempt to let people know that something is going on, the doors are wide open, yet once in the meeting room, anonymity is secured through the […]