Ironing Night

What’s more important? The fetish or the relationship?
Photo by Rob Nunn

Photo by Rob Nunn

When a man loves to dance the rumba, enjoys embroidery and owns three ironing boards, it’s inevitable that some of his friends will assume he’s gay.  Neville was untroubled by the beliefs of others and adopted a policy of ‘neither confirm nor deny’ regarding his sexuality.  On vacation he further confounded his friends’ expectations by scaling mountain peaks, roping steers in Arizona or white water rafting his way up rivers.

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Pauline Masurel

About Pauline Masurel

Pauline Masurel is a gardener who lives in the South West of England. Her short stories and flash fiction have featured in anthologies, been published around the web and broadcast on BBC radio. She often performs her own work in the Bath & Bristol areas. When not writing she keeps herself entertained by knitting, growing her own veg and doing the occasional spot of fire juggling.



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